My Top environmentally friendly Cleaner

These 6 kitchen ingredients are able to clean effectively and are environmentally friendly

1. Vinegar

Vinegar or white vinegar is a product that is environmentally friendly but effective for cleaning purposes.

Besides being effective for cleaning scales on pots or pans, this vinegar solution is also effective for removing mold and mildew on bathroom floors and walls.

Vinegar can also be used to replace the bleach function. As we know, bleach contains chlorine which can damage the quality of ground water. So, if there are stains on clothes, we can use vinegar.

I also have a cat, well, vinegar is also effective for cleaning cat cages. If I used to use bleach to disinfect it, now I use vinegar. More environmentally friendly and economical.

2. Baking soda

Just like vinegar, baking soda can also be used to descale pots or posterior, you don’t need to use a lot of soap, just baking soda.

I also usually use baking soda to clean carpets that have spilled drinks or colored food.

Baking soda can also be used to deodorize the refrigerator. Instead of buying a refrigerator freshener, it’s better to just use baking soda.

3. Lemon or lime

This is what I like the most. Because I often wash, lemon and lime are always my mainstay.

I usually soak my dishes first using lime juice mixed with hot water. As a result, the greasy on the plate immediately rises. No need to use a lot of soap and water.

I also use lemon and lime to remove stains on clothes. No need for dab soap anymore.

Lemon and lime juice can also be used to clean glass, making it even more shiny.

4. Olive oil

if you have furniture made of wood, you can use a little olive oil to clean it. Just drop 3-5 drops of olive oil on a dry cloth and then wipe the wood furniture. Well, the results are shiny instantly and last longer.

5. Potato skins

If you finish peeling the potatoes, don’t throw away the skin,

The inner potato skin can be used to clean glass furniture. Just wipe it off, just lift the dust off.

6. Salt

Yes, who would have thought that this one thing could be an effective disinfectant, you know. You must have salt in your kitchen, right?

Well, I use a solution of salt and hot water to clean kitchen cloths and sponges. Just soak for 15 minutes, wipe and clean sponge again.