The best cleaning solution is often one that you already have in your kitchen cabinet. From granite counter all-purpose cleansers to shower and bathroom tile scouring pastes to hardwood floor polishing pastes, you can produce your cleaning products at home using common ingredients like baking soda, vinegar, and stress-reducing essential oils.

Commercial cleaners are packed with harmful and damaging ingredients to simplify household life. The long-term health risks for the family and environmental degradation produced by the manufacturing and disposal of these chemical-based items are considerable. Eco-friendly, natural cleansers can save money and help the environment simultaneously, which is a win-win situation for everyone.

Baking Soda

Using baking soda to clean your home is a cheap and effective way to get the job done. Just a few pounds may buy you 200-300g of the substance. Because it’s a moderate alkali, baking soda works as a cleaner by dissolving grime and grease. It may also be used to remove stains from refrigerators, ovens, and microwaves because it is non-toxic and absorbs strong food odors.

White vinegar (distilled)

Like baking soda, white vinegar is also affordable and multipurpose. It can be utilized as a non-toxic disinfectant—Mix 100ml of white distilled vinegar with 2 liters of warm water for a rinse-free cleaning method.

Hydrogen Peroxide

It’s a versatile chemical. To make your laundry spot remover:

  1. Use two parts hydrogen peroxide with one part dishwashing liquid.
  2. Use a gentle scrub brush to remove wine, chocolate, grass, blood, and armpit stains from garments.
  3. Use the duplicate spot remover to clean carpet and upholstery stains.

Testing the chemical on an inconspicuous region is recommended because of the hydrogen peroxide’s bleaching properties.

Lemons

Acidity in the juice, and the grease-cutting oil in the skin, make lemons an excellent cleaning aid. In addition to being affordable and simple to get, the aroma of citrus is also refreshing, clean, and uplifting. In addition to cleaning copper, lemon slices may also be used to eliminate rust spots and odors.

Salt

Using plain table salt to keep your house clean is an eco-friendly and low-cost option. The granular texture makes it an efficient cleanser, and it can remove wine stains, clean drains, and brighten your clothes. Rub faded rugs and drapes with a washcloth soaked in a saltwater solution to restore their original hues and deodorize the kitchen sink with the mixture of salt and hot water.

All items mentioned above are excellent all-purpose cleansers that you probably already have in your cupboard, and they cost next to nothing. Make one of these DIY homemade cleaners using household items instead of running to the shop the next time you make a big mess, and you’re out of your favorite cleaning product. These all-natural remedies will get rid of the dirt at your home while keeping your wallet happy.

1. Scented all-purpose cleaning solution

Ingredients you’ll need:

  • Water
  • White vinegar
  • Citrus rinds
  • Rosemary

The following components should be combined, poured into a spray container, shaken, and infused for a week before use. Clean garbage cans, erase stains from walls, and much more with the homemade all-purpose cleaner after it is ready. The rind of a lemon and providing a pleasant aroma may also improve cleaning power. Be cautious that acidic cleaners should not be used on granite since they might damage the surface.

2.An all-in-one kitchen deodorizer and cleaner

Ingredients you’ll need:

  • baking soda in the amount of 4 tsp
  • 1 pint of lukewarm water

Baking soda is all you need to clean your kitchen surfaces, appliances, even the interior of your refrigerator. It is an excellent deodorizer and may polish stainless steel sinks and appliances. Baking soda may be poured down the drain or trash disposal to eliminate odors. Make a paste of baking soda and water to brighten and remove stains from stainless steel. Gently massage in the direction of the metal’s grain using a moist cloth. Rinse and then buff.

3.Homemade Glass Cleaner

Items that you’ll need:

  • 2 cups of water
  • white vinegar or cider vinegar, half a cup
  • Roughly 1/4 cup of rubbing liquor (70 percent of the prescribed dosage)

A few drops of orange essential oil can be used to enhance the scent (optional)

Combine these components and put them in a spray bottle to prepare a vinegar-based cleaner the next time you need to clean your windows and mirrors. The solution will dry too rapidly and create streaks if you clean windows in the sun. First, spritz a paper towel or soft cloth with the solution, then wipe the mirror clean with a soft cloth or sponge.

4.DIY Brass Cleaner

Items you’ll need:

  • Lemon juice or white vinegar
  • Salt

Sprinkle salt on a sponge that has been dampened with vinegar or lemon juice to clean non-lacquered cabinet pulls and more. Apply a light scrubbing motion to the surface. Immediately after rinsing with water, use a clean, soft towel to dry.

5.An All-Natural Method for Cleaning Marble

Items you’ll need:

  • Mild dishwashing liquid: 2 tablespoons
  • Luke warms water

The next time you need to clean natural stone surfaces, mix dishwashing soap with water. To remove soap scum from marble, use a sponge and rinse well. Use a soft cloth to buff the marble; do not allow it to dry on its own. The acidity of vinegar and lemon will eat away at marble and granite, so be careful when cleaning these surfaces.