Homemade Chemical-Free Cleaner


Do you have some spots in your home that are hard to clean? Or furniture that is stained and you u can can’t make it look new again? There is a simple and natural solution to your troubles and you can make it yourself. It is a homemade cleaner and contains only natural ingredients. You will need a bottle with a spray cap, cleaning vinegar, baking soda, rosemary and lemon. Mix the ingredients in the bottle and you will manage to clean almost everything from stains, sticker leftovers and even your children’s toys. It’s a natural cleaner, without chemicals and eco-friendly too. Plus you will be saving a lot of money making the cleaning at home, so it’s the perfect way to get rid of nasty stains. Find more details in the link below..

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4 Responses to “Homemade Chemical-Free Cleaner”

  1. efrat says:

    what are the amount of each ingredient?

    • K says:

      from the link…
      I mixed up my solution using the Heinz CLEANING vinegar. It’s about 20% stronger than regular vinegar so you can either dilute it like I did with 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water for cleaning kids toys or use it full strength to tackle tougher messes like stained bathroom tiles or ovens. I let the solution sit for about a day and half to infuse the vinegar and then went to work.

  2. tdevi says:

    how much of each ingredient and what’s the difference between cleaning vinegar and regular distilled white vinegar??

  3. A. Mac says:

    Excellent article with excellent ideas and points! Couldn’t agree more. Definitely love making home brewed cleaning products, but sometimes I get a little lazy and don’t want to mix my own but still definitely want the home to be safe, but also want it to be CLEAN and still want to be natural and organic. Mix in using Freshana Organic Solutions’ products. 100% natural, organic, safe and effective cleaning products and air purifiers when you don’t have time to make your own. Awesome stuff. 🙂

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