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Natural tricks to clean the house without chemicals

Although there are many products on the market that promise to leave our house, clothes or objects shiny and smell good, they do not always meet their objectives or we do not have enough money to buy them.

For this reason, there are various natural products that leave the house clean and disinfected, even with a good smell. And best of all, with fewer expenses for our pockets, good news in the face of the economic crisis we are going through. The website elmueble.com recommends four easy products that we can use.

WATER AND SALT

If you have a garment that can stain the rest of your clothes when washing it all together. So, a homemade solution is to soak it in salt water before washing it. The best thing about this method is that it will set the colors and prevent fading. In addition, salt is a good natural degreaser, if your garment has fat then it is an ideal method.

“You can use it to clean the iron, for example, so take an old rag and put coarse salt on the surface of it. Then, turn on the iron and rub back and forth the base of the iron on the cloth with the salt. You will say goodbye to all stains!”, they advise.

LEMON AND VINEGAR

A disinfectant and degreasing cleaner is vinegar whose qualities are enhanced by adding lemon juice that will help us clean our kitchen or bathroom, the best thing is that it is not abrasive and will not damage smooth objects.

“By rubbing the surfaces with a cloth moistened with lemon juice and vinegar, you will restore the shine of taps, sinks and showers. It goes great to clean the bathroom because the vinegar acts as a powerful anti-limescale. It also serves to leave furniture shiny and clean, without a trace of dust. Simply wet a cloth with a little vinegar and lemon juice.

A disinfectant and degreasing cleaner is vinegar whose qualities are enhanced by adding lemon juice.  (Photo: Evitaochel on Pixabay. Under a Creative Commons license)

OLIVE OIL

If your goal is to restore the shine of your appliances, then you can try the effectiveness of olive oil, which has qualities to clean and shine stainless steel objects.

“Olive oil also works great for hiding scratches on wood. To keep it in good condition and remove or cover up scratches, we can gently rub it with a few drops of olive oil and a clean cloth”, they recommend.

If your goal is to restore the shine of your appliances, then you can try the effectiveness of olive oil.  (Reference image: Pexels)

ICE

“If your glass-ceramic hob has rings of dirt around the burners, rub them with an ice cube and then pass the metal scraper. Wipe with absorbent kitchen paper to remove any residue. You will see how it works!”

Ice can help clean some items around the house.  (Steven Depolo | Flickr)

Source: Elcomercio

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