There are dozens of cleaning methods out there that revolve around baking soda and vinegar, and which are 100 percent efficient to remove almost any stain, almost anywhere in the house.
You can use them to clean your drains, scrub the kitchen and bathroom sinks, scrub the toilet, clean the bathroom tile or bathtub, scrub your burnt pans, burnt stove grills, dirty ovens, burnt and greasy stoves, greasy kitchen cabinets and the list could go on for a while.
- Besides baking soda and vinegar, alternative methods for cleaning the house, include:
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Essential oils, like tea tree oil or lavender oil
- Castile soap
- Fresh herbs, citrus, or citrus peels
- Olive or vegetable oil
- Distilled water
A great mix for cleaning a textile couch would go something like this: baking soda, vinegar, and preferred essential oil.
Borax and Castile soap are usually introduced in the homemade cleaning mixes when there are hard stains involved. They’re considered to be fitted for heavy-duty cleaners.
Citrus peels, such as lemon or lime, are great ingredients for removing smells. They’re great for deodorizing, but also for whitening, as so it is baking soda.
Olive oil is a great ingredients for cleaners suited for materials such as leather. And it is also great for “hydrating” the pans after scrubbing them clean. It is also great for furniture dust mixtures.
Using distilled water in your homemade cleaners ensure zero hard water marks.
Baking soda, vinegar, distilled water and essential oil is an efficient way to get out carpet stains and also for deodorizing the stain, if pet urine is involved or any other bad-smelling spill.