5 Natural Cleaning Techniques You Should Know

by Airbiotics October 11, 2017 5 Natural Cleaning Techniques You Should Know Unless Danny Tanner from Full House is your spirit animal, loving to clean with endless enthusiasm probably does not describe you. But, even if you hate cleaning it’s almost guaranteed that you hate having a messy house even more. Cleaning your living space is a great way to clear your head and feng shui your life.  If you find that you’ve been stuck in a rut as of late, introducing some new, natural cleaning techniques into your routine might be just what you need in order to take your cleaning regimen from drab to fab. Read on to learn 5 natural cleaning techniques you haven’t heard of.

1. Cleaning With Apple Cider Vinegar

You may have heard of using the stuff in your cooking, but did you know there are a ton of ways you can use apple cider vinegar to clean your home? Rather than use harsh cleaning chemicals that could have negative effects on your health and the environment, choose apple cider vinegar as a natural alternative. You can unclog a drain with the help of A.C.V.  and baking soda, or even clean your washing machine with the liquid. Its uses are plentiful to say the least. 

2. Cleaning With Lemons

When life gives you lemons, you could use them to make lemonade, or you could opt to use the fresh disinfecting citrus to clean your home. Not only is the smell of fresh lemons crisp and refreshing, lemons are powerful cleaning agents. Next time you see a lemon in your fridge, use it to shine faucets and other silver hardware throughout your home, or try rubbing glass shower doors with lemon to get rid of any unsightly buildup. 

3. Cleaning With Probiotics

Did you know that most household cleaners kill both good and bad bacteria while leaving a harmful layer of dead bacteria known as biofilm in its place? Airbiotics StaBiotic™ Mist formula is unique to other household cleaners in that it protects indoor living spaces form both air and surface contaminants.   

4. Cleaning With Baking Soda

You are probably most familiar with using baking soda as a natural deodorizer, or maybe you’re used to using it as an ingredient in your favorite cookie recipe. Baking soda is a great household cleaner as well. Have pesky crayon marks on the wall? Add baking soda to a damp sponge and scrub the area clean. Once you discover the different ways you can clean with baking soda, you will notice that the possibilities are endless. 

5. Cleaning With Toothpaste

Toothpaste is no longer just for your teeth.  It can be used to remove stains from fabric and get rid of water rings on wooden furniture. Have a pair of scuffed converse lying around the house? Use toothpaste to clean off the marks. Your kicks will look brand new in no time. There are so many easy and natural substitutes to the commonly used household cleaners. Try adopting any one of these techniques and you’ll be well on your way to a more natural and all-around healthy home environment.

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