5 DIY Chemical-Free Cleaning Products
Used to break down grime soap scum and grease simply create a paste with either water or lemon juice and leave it on your stove, bath or sink for about 10 minutes then gently wipe off
Toilet scrub – ½ cup of baking soda, 10 drops of tea tree oil and ¼ cup of vinegar to the toilet and scrub the bowl until the mixture starts to fizz. Let sit for 10 minutes then flush.
Lemons are acidic and cut through tough grease and grime, they also leave your house smelling fresh and clean!
Chopping boards – cut 1 lemon in half and rub it over the surface of the board let it sit for 10 minutes and rinse
Due to its acidity, it's used to gently remove soap scum and grime, without any hard chemicals!
Bath rings - Spray white vinegar onto the affected areas and let sit for about 30 minutes, then rinse with warm water and wipe away any residue
Olive oil is used to remove tough stains and help marks to slide right off the areas affected.
Cast Iron Pans – combine olive oil and a teaspoon of sea salt in the pan, scrub vigorously with a stiff brush rinse with hot water
Oils can come in many different smells; they are great to use around your home to mask the smell of vinegar and to use in your bathroom!
1 cup of water, 8-10 drops of your choice of oil (eucalyptus is my favourite) and 2 drops of lemon essential oil in a spray bottle and you now have your very own deodorizer