White vinegar can clean and disinfect almost every part of your home. The reason is acetic acid.
Acetic acid is an organic compound found in vinegar, and it is also used as an ingredient in most store-bought cleaning products. Vinegar’s high acid concentration allows it to remove dirt and grease while also killing harmful bacteria.
White vinegar is colorless, making it especially effective for cleaning because it won’t leave stains on surfaces. You can mix white vinegar with water and use it to mop floors, wipe down kitchen counters, clean windows and many other cleaning needs.
Lemon is another kitchen staple with an acidity level strong enough to cut through grease and grime. Lemon acid is antiseptic and antibacterial, serving as a natural bleach. An added value to cleaning with lemon juice is its citrus scent which leaves any surface with a refreshing smell.
You can use lemon to clean and remove odors from serval appliances in your home. You can mix lemon with water to remove oil from stove tops or to clean your windows. A mixture of two parts olive oil and one part lemon on a clean cloth can be used to polish rustic wooden furniture and revitalize its natural look.
Club soda can be used to remove stains from carpets or fabrics. The carbonation allows it to lift the stains caused by spilling wine or food on surfaces. You can pour club soda on the stain, scrub the affected area and rinse it with clean water. Blot the area with a clean cloth to soak up the excess water. You might need to repeat the action until the stain is completely gone.
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Ensuring every part of your home remains clean can be challenging when you have a busy schedule. At Maid Bright, we specialize in using effective and eco-friendly products when cleaning your home. You can rest assured that your space is safe and spotless.
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