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Recipes for Some Homemade Cleaners – Part one

Posted on Dec 21, 2011 by in Recipes | 0 comments

green cleanersIn the past few years green cleaning became very popular. That is because when you decide to green clean all you need are some products that you already probably have in your kitchen cupboard. If there is something you do not have, you can buy all the things from the nearest supermarket, and they are a lot cheaper than any commercial products. Plus all that when you use green cleaners, you help save the environment because they are eco-friendly and don’t contain any harsh chemicals. Here are some recipes for the most useful green cleaners:

To make your own creamy soft scrubber cleaners Deptford say that all you need is just to take a bowl and pour in it ½ cup of baking soda, add some liquid detergent and mix them. Use just a sponge to apply this solution. It is perfect for bathrooms because it is easy to rinse and doesn’t leave any grits. If you want to save the product just add a teaspoon of vegetable glycerine to the mixture, so that it keeps it moist and put it in a jar for later.

For a home made window cleaner all you have to do is to take a spray bottle and mix in it ½ teaspoon of liquid detergent, 1/3 cup of vinegar and 2 cups of water. Shake it up well and use it as you would use a commercial one. Instead of a cloth, cleaners Deptford recommend you use newspapers. They don’t leave such marks. This works not only on windows but on all glass surfaces in your house, as well as mirrors.

For more useful recipes read part two.

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