Natural Kitchen Cleaners

December 01, 2013

Hi All,

This week I discussed natural kitchen cleaners in my video. Here are the specifics for each one:

All Purpose Kitchen Cleaner:
1 tablespoon of dish soap/washing up liquid
1 Bottle of water

Adjust the amount of soap depending on your preference, if there is a residue left behind after you wipe then reduce the amount of soap.

This will do all your everyday cleaning in your kitchen, it will cut through grease and work beautifully.

Oven Cleaner:
1 Cup of Baking Soda
1/2 Cup of Sea Salt
1 Tablespoon of dish soap/washing up liquid

Mix these ingredients together and gradually add water to the mixture until it becomes the consistency of a soft frosting.

Use a paintbrush to spread this mixture over the inside of your oven. Leave it overnight then wash off with a sponge the next morning.

Disinfectant:
50/50 Rubbing alcohol to water
I use my steam cleaner - 15 seconds of steam will kill most bacteria and sterilise your surfaces.

Thanks for stopping by! let me know if you try/use any of these... or if you have your own DIY cleaners or tips?

Rach xx

2 comments:

  1. I use the same recipe (pretty much) for oven cleaner and it works a treat! Can't go wrong with baking soda :-) My all round purpose cleaner is a mix of tea tree oil, lemon, water & liquid soap, linked here:

    http://www.livegreenbeauty.com/2012/01/diy-all-purpose-cleaner-natural-tea-tree.html

    I use it on kitchen & bathroom surfaces :-) ox

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    1. love this :-) I want to switch to a more natural dish soap soon - we just use fairy at the moment, so in the meantime I will use castille soap in my cleaners, great tip thank you :-)

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