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NBR Natural Household Cleaners

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Any ladies make their own cleaners? Or what natural products work best for Windows, floors and general cleaning? I'd like it to disinfect too. Thanks ladies.

Re: NBR Natural Household Cleaners

  • My grandma uses vingar with water to clean her windows and mirrors. She also uses it to wash the bathroom. I dont use it, but ive seen her use it and it works pretty good.
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  • I use vinegar, baking soda, dish soap and lemon juice (not all together) to clean my house. The only cleaner I still buy is toilet cleaner, because we have super hard water and natural wasn't cutting it.

    Windows and mirrors I spray with straight vinegar, wipe with microfiber cloth. 

    Tile floors I use baking soda and water paste on grout, let it sit, then wash the floor with vinegar.

    Wood floors I wash with just a damp cloth, dipped in hot water and dish soap. 

    General cleaning I use half vinegar, half water in a spray bottle with a couple drops of dish soap.

    Oven, I make a paste with baking soda, leave it overnight, wipe in the morning.

    Kitchen surfaces (like cabinets, or fixtures that get greasy) I use hot water with dish soap and lemon juice.

    There are some EOs that can be added for extra cleaning. Nature Clean Mars a hospital grade disinfectant based on thyme oil-I've never bothered though, if I truly need to disinfect (like when everyone has gastro) I use bleach.

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  • I use vinegar, baking soda, dish soap and lemon juice (not all together) to clean my house. The only cleaner I still buy is toilet cleaner, because we have super hard water and natural wasn't cutting it.

    Windows and mirrors I spray with straight vinegar, wipe with microfiber cloth. 

    Tile floors I use baking soda and water paste on grout, let it sit, then wash the floor with vinegar.

    Wood floors I wash with just a damp cloth, dipped in hot water and dish soap. 

    General cleaning I use half vinegar, half water in a spray bottle with a couple drops of dish soap.

    Oven, I make a paste with baking soda, leave it overnight, wipe in the morning.

    Kitchen surfaces (like cabinets, or fixtures that get greasy) I use hot water with dish soap and lemon juice.

    There are some EOs that can be added for extra cleaning. Nature Clean Mars a hospital grade disinfectant based on thyme oil-I've never bothered though, if I truly need to disinfect (like when everyone has gastro) I use bleach.

    All of this. 
    BabyBugutsky
  • I really like Method brand cleaners, they are plant based, smell super good and 90% of the time do the job. Otherwise I use vinegar for most hard water build up (rarely oxy clean kaboom when vinegar doesn't work) and baking soda on burnt pans. I do use bleach for the toilet though. 
    BabyBugutsky
  • Seventh generation and Norwex products at our house 
    BabyBugutsky
  • I do the water, vinegar, dawn soap and baking soda mixture as well. I also add some tea tree essential oil since it is naturally  anti bacterial. For bathrooms I kick it up a notch and add borax. Works great!
    BabyBugutsky
  • I use vinegar, baking soda, dish soap and lemon juice (not all together) to clean my house. The only cleaner I still buy is toilet cleaner, because we have super hard water and natural wasn't cutting it.

    Windows and mirrors I spray with straight vinegar, wipe with microfiber cloth. 

    Tile floors I use baking soda and water paste on grout, let it sit, then wash the floor with vinegar.

    Wood floors I wash with just a damp cloth, dipped in hot water and dish soap. 

    General cleaning I use half vinegar, half water in a spray bottle with a couple drops of dish soap.

    Oven, I make a paste with baking soda, leave it overnight, wipe in the morning.

    Kitchen surfaces (like cabinets, or fixtures that get greasy) I use hot water with dish soap and lemon juice.

    There are some EOs that can be added for extra cleaning. Nature Clean Mars a hospital grade disinfectant based on thyme oil-I've never bothered though, if I truly need to disinfect (like when everyone has gastro) I use bleach.

    I second all of these, this is pretty much exactly my mo
    BabyBugutsky
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