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5 DIY Natural Cleaning Eco Friendly Products

5 DIY Natural Cleaning Eco Friendly Products

Today I will share with you 5 Eco Friendly cleaning tips that are non toxic and  can be easily made from products you have around the house. From the oven to the loo we have it sorted 😎

Toilet Cleaner 

For a sparkling clean loo it’s easy pour some white vinegar into the toilet bowl I use about 500ml then add a good amount of bicarbonate of soda and approx 12 drops of your favourite essential oil into the toilet bowl. Let it sit for a few minutes, then scrub with toilet brush, the mixture will fizzy away all those nasty stains and germs.

 

Window Cleaner

Mix together 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water and use on windows and mirrors for a fabulous clean without chemicals. Sometimes I add a squeeze of Eumundi Farm Fresh lemons for a wonderful scent.

 

Mould and Mildew

I fill a spray bottle with white vinegar and add a few drops of tea tree oil for added mould killing properties. I spray the affected area and let sit for approx 1 hr then rise area with clean warm water and rub with a cloth to remove any stubborn mould. 

Microwave Cleaner

I always find the microwave gets dirty so quickly so I found this a fail proof recipe to clean the microwave easily. I place a cup of vinegar in a microwave safe container and add the juice of one lemon and turn on the microwave for 2 minutes. Leave the door closed for a further 2 minutes for the steam then pop open the door and simply wipe away the grime with a cloth.

 

Oven Cleaner

The oven I always find difficult to clean and it’s hard to remove the grime and always takes plenty of elbow grease but I have a way to easily remove the mess. All I do is combine 1/4 cup bicarbonate of soda, 1 tsp of salt and some warm water. Keep adding warm water to the mixture until you start to form a paste. I cover all sides and the inside of the door and let sit overnight. The next day I scrub and wipe the surfaces with a moist cloth and the grease and grime wipes away easily.