Home makers have a habit of keeping their homes clean and they don’t with stand any dirt in any of the rooms. From bathroom to kitchen, every corner of the house should be cleaned properly. There are so many cleaning products available today that promise a lot of things but deliver very little. These cleaners are nothing but wastage of money.
Do you hassle in trusting cleaners produced by companies? You are not satisfied with the promises companies make while selling their products? You don’t need to splurge cash on these so called cleaners as today we will guide you to DIY cleaners that are low costing and provide the desire results. There is a recipe available for almost all rooms of your house, check them out to get your hands on these amazing cleaners.
DIY Cleaner to Fight against Stains and Grease
If you are one of the baking experts, you will love this cleaner recipe as it will help you clean your oven in no time. With all the baking, oven surface and walls gets stains and grease that are very difficult to clean with your bare hands. Trusting so called cleaning products won’t help you either. Instead you should DIY this simple cleaning method to get rid of the grease and stains in your oven. The remedy requires ¾ cup of clear house hold ammonia, which should be poured into a small bowl. Next, place the bowl into your oven and make sure the oven is turned off, close the door and leave the bowl in overnight. In the morning, take out the bowl from the oven and wipe the inside of the oven with a moist paper towel or damp sponge dipped in baking soda. You will be able to get rid of the grease and stains in the oven.
Mold and Mildew is no more a Problem
Mold and mildew are a common problem in the bathroom, but it can be very hectic to get rid of it if you don’t know the correct remedy. This DIY cleaner will finally get rid of icky mold from your paint and tiles. All you need to do is pour ¼ cup of chlorine bleach, three teaspoons of borax and 1.5 cups of water in a spray bottle, shake it until you feel the products are mixed well. You have to keep the room ventilated while spraying the formula on the infected area. Let it sit there for 10 to 20 minutes, after giving it enough time, wipe the mold away. The remedy is effective and costs less than getting cleaners from the markets that don’t yield effective results.
Freshen Up your Carpets with the DIY Cleaner
Carpets can be home to various germs and bacteria. The reason is that most people don’t get it cleaned often and doing the cleaning on your own is kind of difficult if you don’t have the required cleaning stuff. However, with this cleaner you can refresh your carpet. It is a herbal freshener that not just mask odors, but truly freshens up the carpet’s fibers. The process is very simple, crush a large handful of fresh lavender in a bowl to release the flowers scent. Add a cup of baking soda to it and mix. Pour it in a can with holed lid or use a cheese shaker to sprinkle the mixture liberally on the carpet. Leave it there for half an hour and then clean it with a vacuum. You will notice the difference in the carpet. It will look cleaner and smell better without making too much effort. It is worth trying to make your dining room look cleaner and better.
Get Rid of Smelly Living Room
Do you often need an air freshener to freshen up your living room? It might cost you too much? But here is a way you can reduce your expenses on air fresheners and DIY a freshener of your own with some house hold and cheap products. Pour ¼ cup of rubbing alcohol, 25 drops of bergamot essential oil, and eight drops of clove essential oil and five drops of lemon essential oil into a spray bottle. Shake well so that all the products mix well, then add a cup of distilled water and shake again for a minute or two. Leave the mixture for few days to let the scent mature and blend. After resting, use it to freshen up your room.
Keeping Clothes Healthy with the DIY Fabric Comforter
People want their clothes to last longer, but it is not possible without using a fabric comforter or softener. Using detergents reduce life of your clothes but with the help of a softener, you can actually make your clothes last a little longer. This DIY fabric softener is cheaper than any store bought version. After filling the machine with water, add ¼ cup of baking soda, then out in your dirty clothes. When reaching the final rinse cycle, pour ½ cup of vinegar into the softener dispenser or straight into machine, depending on the model.
These DIY cleaners are brilliant and you can expect the desire result, which you might have expected from branded cleaners. They are cheap and effective and can be made effortlessly at using natural products. Enjoy cleaning with homemade cleaners.