Cleaning your home doesn’t have to be a burden for the environment.
Most people use cleaning products bought in the market that are usually not environment-friendly. However, there are tons of cleaning solutions that effecively cleans your home that doesn’t hurt the environment.
We, at SAHM, love everything frugal and environmentally friendly, so we made a list of cleaning ingredients that you can use to make your own homemade cleaning products so your homes are kept squeaky clean without leaving a mess on our environment.
Click on the links for the recipes! Happy cleaning!
For us, here at SAHM, soapnuts are heaven sent! There’s just so much you can do with soapnuts. Out of it, you can make the following:
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- Liquid solution
- Laundry detergent
- Laundry handwash
- Household cleaner
- Window and mirror cleaner
- Dishwasher detergent
If you haven’t heard of it before, well, soapnuts are not actually nuts and they are not even related to nuts! They are a type of berry the size of a macadamia nut that are cracked open and dried in the sun, producing a dark golden ‘shell’. These shells are what are known as ‘soapnuts’. They are composed of saponin which is a surfactant that takes out dirt and oils from clothing when mixed with water.
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White vinegar is easily the most handy cleaning solution for your stain removal problems. Perhaps almost all homemade cleaning products contain vinegar as one of its cleaning ingredient. To clean your bathroom, click on this recipe.
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Yep. Cornflour is not only great for cooking, you can also use it to clean your home. While it is used as a binding agent for puddings, as a thickener for soups, or as breading in Italian cuisine, it can also effectively clean your home.
You can use it to remove blood stains and clean your windows.