11 Eco-Friendly Cleaning Tips You Need To Know


There are a few among us who don't want to keep their homes at some vague level of cleanliness, and maybe that is because they don't like chemical products. But, do you need to use harsh cleaning products? Many commercially available cleaning substances are bad for the environment and, in some cases, could even be bad for our health. But, what's the alternative if you don't want to live in squalor? Well, there are plenty of everyday substances you probably already have around the house that can be used as eco-friendly cleaning products! Check out the eleven tips below to learn more!


Learn how to make your own wrinkle releaser.

Entirely Eventful Day


White vinegar is excellent for removing limescale.



To avoid streaks on chrome, clean, let it air dry, and then wipe it with wax paper.

The Snug


Use salt to scrub your cast iron pans!

Martha Stewart


Lemon and baking soda can be used to scrub almost any surface.

Fem Hack



To keep your toilet sparkling for weeks after cleaning, fill a mason jar with vinegar, poke holes in the lid and stick it in the cistern of your toilet. Every time you flush, your bowl will be freshened.

The DIY Guinea Pig


Here's how to make an awesome tile grout cleaner.



Learn how to remove grease stains from fabric.

We Got Real


This homemade no-streak glass cleaner is the bomb!

Whole New Mom


Bring brass back to its full shiny glory using a mixture of flour and vinegar.

Mrs Kendall


A paste that is made from equal parts baking soda and water is an all-purpose scrubbing solution!

Daily Mom

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