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6. Here’s a laundry solution for washing white clothes. Use 1/4 cup washing soda (sodium carbonate) in place of bleach. Along with the washing soda, add 1/4 cup of white vinegar. Did you know? Bleach is one of the most toxic substances for the environment. Washing soda costs only a few pennies per wash load, and it is far less expensive than bleach.

7. The solution to washing dark clothes is to use 1/4 cup of white vinegar and 1/4 cup of salt. Salt helps to restore faded colors, and also to remove dirt and grime. While the laundry is washing, we can concentrate on the soft flooring of the home.

Did you know? The carpet in your home filters out a lot of the toxins in the air that you breathe. Most of the allergens and toxins that are in the home are brought in from outdoors. This is a major problem for allergy sufferers. The carpets in your home should be cleaned regularly and steam cleaned thoroughly by a certified carpet cleaning technician.

8. When cleaning your carpets, there are three solutions to choose; salt, baking soda or cornstarch. Just as salt helps to restore the color of dark colored laundry, it also helps to bring out the color in carpeting, while at the same time, removing dirt. Sprinkle 1/4 to 1/2 cup of salt (depending on the size of your rug or carpet), let it sit for 15-30 minutes, and then vacuum. You can also alternate between salt and cornstarch. The instructions are basically the same. To remove odors from carpets, add 1/4 cup of baking soda to the salt (or cornstarch) and mix the two together thoroughly, sprinkle on the carpet and let it sit for at least 30 minutes, and then vacuum completely. You will notice the difference immediately. If you want to add a little fresh scent to your carpet, you can sprinkle Cinnamon, or All Spice on the carpet, let it sit for 15 minutes and then vacuum the area thoroughly. Bathrooms no longer have to be a chore to clean. The same organic cleaning items used in the kitchen are suitable for the bathroom; white vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice. However, you can also use rubbing alcohol as a backup solution and you've got a great glass cleaner.

9. Here’s a solution to substitute for any bargain brand bathroom glass cleaner. Start with 1-2 tablespoons of white vinegar mixed with 1 quart of water in a spray bottle. To remove oily fingerprints and hairspray from the mirror, dab on a little rubbing alcohol and wipe with a cloth.

10. When cleaning your bathroom/bathtub glass sliding doors, just use 1/4 cup white vinegar mixed with 3/4 cup of hot water. Those hard water stains will wipe away like magic! When polishing wood furniture, hardwood floors, or even wooden blinds, the job does not need to be a costly one. All you have to do is use citrus oil. It will give all your wood surfaces a beautiful glow as well as a wonderful citrus fresh scent. You can purchase a gallon of citrus oil from any home improvement store, or your local Wal-Mart. It costs about $5 a gallon, but will last you at least 6 months.

11. When polishing your wood furniture, just pour a small amount of citrus oil (undiluted) onto a lint-free cloth, and polish to perfection. If you’re cleaning and polishing your hardwood floors, dilute one cup of citrus oil in one-gallon hot water. Use a sponge mop and mop the floor. Do not use the braided mop, for it will leave braided mop fibers behind. For heavy duty jobs, do not dilute use full strength. If you’re cleaning your wooden mini-blinds, dilute 1/4 cup of citrus oil with water in an empty spray bottle. Lay the blind out on the floor or outside on a towel. Spray the blinds lightly, and wipe gently with a sheet of fabric softener. Using the fabric softener sheet will grab the dust off of the blinds. For crayon marks, spilled candle wax, and residue left from tape and any other adhesive, dab with mineral oil and wipe gently with a cloth. To Read More Click Here >

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