It is not at all easy to keep your home neat and clean all day long or throughout the year. We trust and spend on varieties if cleaners that we purchase from the supermarket. But what if these cleaners could be made at home by the things we use in our daily lives?
Keep scrolling for some easy DIY homemade cleaner ideas!
- Brass Cleaner
Using white vinegar and lemon juice you can make brass cleaner that is as good as the market brands of brass cleaner you could come across.
- All Purpose Deodorizer & Cleaner
You can mix 4 tablespoons of baking soda with 1 quart warm water. You can sprinkle the solution in various parts of the home and also appliances like refrigerators and dishwashers.
- Glass Cleaner
All you need is 1/2 cup of vinegar and 1/4 of rubbing alcohol and a few drops of essential oil for aroma. The same can be mixed as a solution. You could spray them in a towel or soft cloth and then wipe the glass surface for the best of results.
- Heavy Duty Scrub
With 1/2 cup of borax, and half a lemon and a laundry booster it is possible for you to come out with a heavy duty scrub. It could be helpful in cleaning rust stains on enamel sinks, porcelain and other such surfaces. It works very efficiently and thoroughly. No synthetic cleaners in the market are match for it.
- Grease Cleaner
You would require 1/2 cup of sudsy ammonia and mix the same with water to come out with one gallon of solution. Sudsy ammonia has detergent in it and it can help remove tough and dirty grime. It could be used by dipping in sponge or mop.
- Water Ring Remover
You need one part of baking soda and one part of non-gel toothpaste. The solution could be useful in removing water rings formed on various surfaces. It is easy to apply and the mixtures remove the rings quite effortlessly.
- Clothing Stain Remover
With 1 gallon of hot water, 1 cup of powdered dishwasher, 1 cup of liquid chlorine bleach you can make a quality clothing stain remover. It could be helpful in removed tough stains from garments that are washable and bleachable. You need to soak the garments for 10-20 for best results.
- Marble Cleaner
All you require is a drop or two of dish washing liquid that is mild and which does not have a citrus scent in it. It should be mixed to warm water (2 cups) and the mixture could be used to clean natural stone countertops. You must however, stay away from lemon, vinegar or other acidic cleaner because it will damage the stone.
- Sweet Smelling All Purpose Cleaner
You would require one part water, one part white vinegar, rosemary sprigs, and lemon rind. The entire combination must be poured in to a spray bottle and then it should be infused for a week before being used. It could be a good solution for freshening laundry, and also for removing spots on carpet and much more.