Deodorise your carpet and remove unpleasant odours with this simple, quick, and non-toxic homemade carpet cleaning solution.
This 28 page instant downloadable eBook includes practical Homemade Cleaning Recipes to help save you money and reduce chemicals and toxins in your home. It’s a convenient and easy reference, with step by step instructions, using products you more than likely already have in your pantry. There are recipes for cleaning the kitchen, bathroom, floors, carpets and more.
It’s best practice for the kids to unpack their school bag as soon as they get home from school. However there can be times that this doesn’t happen, it’s left overnight, over the weekend, or worst yet till the last day of school holidays (eew). If you are hit with a bad smelling, sticky or dirty lunchbag, here are my tips below on how to clean insulated lunch bags and remove odours.
If you are trying to watch your pennies, you may notice how quickly cleaning products can eat into your budget. With reusable supplies and few common household ingredients, you can effectively clean your home AND save money! Homemade floor cleaner would have to be one of the simplest DIY cleaning recipes.
You can purchase stainless steel cleaner from the supermarket. But instead, eliminate the use of chemicals by making this very simple, inexpensive and effective homemade stainless steel cleaner using ingredients you can find in your pantry!
You don’t want to use chemicals to clean the inside of your fridge as the food will absorb the smell. Try a natural homemade fridge cleaner. This cleaner will cut through grease, disinfect and leaves a clean natural smell.