Deep Cleaning/ Green Cleaning Guide for Your Kitchen

Life is busy and in the midst of it our homes suffer from our lack of energy to clean. But that neglect stops here. We’ll look at cleaning places we forget, using cleaners that don’t have toxic chemicals, and easy ways to keep your mobile home fresh throughout the year. Remember, a cleaner home is a healthier and more organized home.

Let’s start with those gritty places we forget!

  • Sink and shower drains
  • Washer/dryer interiors
  • Shower curtains/ liners
  • Baseboards
  • Coffee pot
  • Microwave interior/plate
  • Oven/ detachable heating elements
  • Fridge
  • Rugs
  • Comforters
  • Tablecloths
  • Window Panes

Now, let’s talk cleaners. I understand wanting that fresh-knock-you-over scent, but it may be harming you and your family. Simply consider making your own cleaners or purchasing a safer alternative. It’s always better to know the ingredients behind what you use and how they affect you and your skin. Making your own cleaners may not smell the same, but it certainly costs a lot less and won’t leave you feeling lightheaded after a deep clean.

There are three things in every green-product maker’s toolbelt:

-Baking Soda

-Vinegar

-Lemon juice

With these things you can rule the deep cleaning world and not get a headache!

There are tons of ideas that can help you get started! As you transition to green cleaner – invest in some strong sponges and steel wool. You’ll have to add a little more elbow grease since you’re not using harmful chemicals, but with a little effort you’ll get a better, safer clean.

Now, let’s freshen our home!!

  • Open windows each evening to air out stale smells
  • Wash the window treatments and hang them up to dry, then press them if needed
  • Rinse out trash can
  • Make homemade fresheners
  • Change the air filters

 

 

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