8 Weird Natural Cleaning Products That Work

Of all the different cleaning products in the world, there are some that you may have never thought of. Here are 8 weird natural cleaning products that work great. When cleaning your home, you may be used to using store bought, chemical cleaners. It's usually the thought that chemicals work better that keeps people using them, or the fact that they have just been using them for so long they don't feel the need to change their ways. But some of these natural home remedies and natural cleaners are just as good, if not better than the chemical ones because they don't contribute to polluting our earth. Chemicals are also not the best products to use in the household because they can really affect your health. If you have little ones in your home or pets, they can sometimes get into the cleaning products which can be poisonous and even deadly. To avert this disaster, using natural cleaners is a way better choice, plus they are all probably things you already use in one way or another anyway.

Of course, we all know about the natural home remedies like baking soda and distilled white vinegar. These two things have played a role in home cleaning methods for a very long time. Vinegar is known for it's natural disinfecting qualities and baking soda is known for it's abrasive qualities. Both of these natural cleaners provide deodorizing benefits too which comes in handy when cleaning things with a pungent odour. These two items are also on the list with the other 6 natural cleaners and cleaning tips, but some of these items may surprise you. Like ketchup, would you have ever guessed that ketchup would be good for cleaning? Most people wouldn't, but apparently it's really good for cleaning brass, copper or silver. It's worth a try instead of using the expensive silver cleaner. All you do is apply the ketchup to the surface you want to shine up and allow it to set in. Then, just take a soft cloth and remove it, polishing the metal as you take it off. Toothpaste is also good for polishing silver too, but it also works great to clean grout and to defog mirrors. Make sure you use the white toothpaste because it has the little pieces of abrasive material in it that works to polish. Another condiment that's great for cleaning purposes is mayonnaise. You can slather some of this spread on your wood furniture to polish it up naturally. Because of all the oil in mayonnaise, it works really well to condition the wood and keep it looking great.

Olive oil is also wonderful for polishing wood, silver and even keeping leather looking great. You don't need too much of it either to see the amazing benefits. You could also try out coconut oil, almond oil or any other type of oil you have. You can keep some of these natural cleaners around at all times and use them for various jobs around the house. For example, vinegar is great for cleaning the toilet as well as the kitchen sink. Baking soda can be used as a bath tub and shower powder cleanser as well as in the oven to remove stuck on gunk. There are also great cleaning tips that use a few of the cleaners together to create a powerful combination cleaner. For example, you can combine hot water, baking soda and vinegar to unclog your drains rather than using chemical Draino. The combination of vinegar and baking soda creates a section that really works on some of the toughest stains and blockages. Try out these natural cleaners and see how great hey work.***

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