One of the best ways to upgrade your healthy lifestyle even further is to incorporate natural DIY cleaners for your kitchen and bathroom cleaning routine. This is an incredible way to ensure no toxic chemicals are being used or inhaled, especially by babies, toddlers or pets. They are made of completely natural ingredients that you already either have in your cupboards, or can easily find in the store for a fraction of the price of traditional chemical cleaners.
Vinegar & Water
A 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water is a cheap option. It will clean countertops, files, soap scum and gunk in between tiles, as well as floors and mirrors. For mirrors, make sure to use an old rag or newspaper to avoid streaks from paper towel.
Baking Soda & Water
Baking soda and water will get out gunk and soap scum from your shower or tiling and scrub it clean. A stronger alternative for tougher stains and buildup is vinegar and baking soda.
Baking Soda & Hydrogen Peroxide
Baking soda mixed with hydrogen peroxide is a great way to get out dark gunk from stained grout. It is for tough messes that need a little stronger help.
Alkaline & Acidic Ionized Water
This is one of those surprising natural DIY cleaners. Alkaline water and ionized water have disinfecting properties. The same properties that pull toxins from your body, also pull dirt, grease and bacteria from the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom. They also have disinfecting properties which remove germs and kill bacteria. Strong alkaline water can remove up to 99% of germs and bacteria.
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