At Robert B. Payne, Inc. we’re all about doing our part to help out the environment. If you are looking for an easy home DIY cleaning project, these recipes for organic products will help you keep your home nice and clean while also helping the world in which you live.
As a home DIY idea, organic glass cleaner is great for cleaning your home’s windows and mirrors. To make this recipe, you will need two cups of water, a half a cup of vinegar, and a fourth of a cup of rubbing alcohol. Once you have all of your ingredients, combine them into a spray bottle and start shining up your home’s surfaces. Make sure that you don’t apply the cleaner directly to glass. Instead, pour some onto a cloth and then wipe down the area you want to clean.
Grease is notorious for accumulating on hard-to-clean surfaces like oven hoods and grills. To remove grease from your home organically, fill a one-gallon container with approximately half a cup of sudsy ammonia. Then dip a mop or a sponge into this solution and wipe the greasy surface. Rinse the area with some clean, clear water when you’re done.
This easy home DIY all-purpose cleaner is great to use to clean up the messes of everyday life. It works for kitchen counters, fridges, and other household appliances. To make it, combine four tablespoons of baking soda with a quart of warm water. Then pour it onto a clean sponge or cloth and wipe down the dirty area.
When you’re in need of an environmentally-friendly home cleaning remedy that will help get your home nice and clean, try one of these organic cleaning recipes.To find out more about how you can make your home a greener place to live with eco-friendly heating and cooling, contact us at Robert B. Payne, Inc. today by calling (540) 373-5876.