One of your worst enemies in the kitchen is definitely grease. Hang on a second, did you know using olive oil can get rid of Kitchen Grease?
As most of you know, lemons are full of vitamin C, not only this but they are a powerful antiseptic as well as antibacterial properties.
Power of three
The top 3 eco-friendly cleaning products if you want to stay away from using chemicals are are white vinegar, citric acid found in lemons and bicarbonate of soda.
Spray first, scrub afterwards
Bathroom tiles soon get grubby, especially the grout. Re-use a spray bottle and and mix 1 part white vinegar to 1 part water. Spray all over your grout, leave to settle and then use and old toothbrush to give them a good clean.
Windows of opportunity
Keeping your windows clean is hard work! An easy eco-friendly solution is to add 1/4 cup of white vengar with two or 3 cups of water, why not add a few drops of lemon juice too.
Mirror, mirror on the wall...
…which is the cleanest of them all? Mix 4 tablespoons of lemon juice with 8 cups of water, even better if you have a clean empty spray bottle which you can use.
Well, this wood polish may sound like a tasty salad dressing, but it works! Mix two parts olive oil with one part lemon juice. Test on a small area first.
Own less, clean less
De-cluttering your house, and ensuring you have enough storage makes your home feel tidier, and will be easier to clean.
Bio-logical detergents use enzymes to break down dirt and grease. To make your own natural dishwashing liquid disolve 15g of grated natural soap such as kernel, in 0.5litres of boiling water. Then add 3 tables spoons of bicarbonate of soda and 10-15 drops of essential oil, add some more water (if required).
Plant some freshness
Finally, as well as cleaning using eco-friendly solutions, think about increasing clean air in your home. Do away with chemical air fresheners and fill your space with plants! They are a living air filter neutralising toxins and also help you to feel more relaxed.