Homemade cleaners | Domestic Cleaning Tips

Most cleaning requires simple solutions and a little “elbow grease”. Keep a stock of baking soda, white vinegar, cloudy ammonia and pure soap in your cupboard. These can be combined to make environmentally safe cleaners. With a little know-how you will soon be able to clean almost everything.

Your oven could look really dirty if it hasn’t been cleaned for a while. Baked on food, oily drops, and unpleasant odour is all that your oven could represent now. You could use commercial oven cleaning products to get rid of the grime and odour in your oven, but I personally do not recommend them.

Speaking from my past experience,  industrial-strength cleaners are really unpleasant to use. I tried my best: I opened windows and doors; I held my breath when spraying but without success. The cleaner’s fumes and drops always managed to find my eyes, throat and lungs, causing irritation and cough.

A stained carpet can take a lot of the appearance of a room. Fortunately, if you take proper care of your carpet all of that can be avoided. Doormats, regular vacuuming, and a good professional cleaning once in a while will help you to keep your carpet looking great for many years to come. But what do you do when a small spot or unsightly stain has appeared on the carpeting?

Brass tarnishes over time and there isn’t much to do about it. Fortunately, it also doesn’t take much to restore its shine. If you are wondering how to clean brass quickly and easily than you are on the right spot. Here is a very effective method to make brass looking as good as new using baking soda and lemon juice only.

The first association most people make when it comes to cleaning the microwave is what cleaning detergents are needed. Still, it really is possible to clean the microwave in a natural and thus cheaper way. There are many products, which you already have in your home, that can really do an amazing job for your microwave.