Monday, November 2, 2020

Foods You Didn't Know Could Use As Cleaning Products


When it comes to cleaning around the house, running out of supplies to clean with can be a drag. However, you don’t need to stop everything you’re doing to make a trip to the grocery store just yet. Did you know that there are a few common household food items that could double as cleaning products? Take a look in your fridge or cabinet to see if you have any of these things to help you finish your chores:

Baking Soda

While this one is probably the most well known, not many people think to just up and use this right away. Mix this ingredient with warm water and it can help soak off any residue or gunk you have in any area of your home. It’s very natural and can be used on surfaces such as stainless steel and silverware. Make sure to let it sit first before wiping it off!


Lemons can actually be a fairly strong cleaning product. The acidity in them is antibacterial and antiseptic. It can act as a natural bleaching agent! And you need not only use the edible part of the lemon, as the rind’s oils help leave surfaces shiny and pristine. Also, don't forget that fresh citrus smell is a great deodorizer too.


Bet you didn’t know you could use salt as a natural cleaner. It works in two ways, one being a way to absorb any potential stain. Since it soaks up water easily, you can use it on any area that liquid has just been spilled on. Secondly, it's a very good scrubbing agent that you can use to give products or appliances a good cleaning. You can’t go wrong with a strong scrub.

Cleaning and taking care of your home can be a lot of work for one person, and it is often best to bring in some professionals to help. Contact GreenPro Cleaning and Restoration to take care of your ducts, attics, crawl spaces, and water damage needs.

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