Another great alternative to harsh cleaning product is baking soda, which is a natural deodorizer and gentle abrasive. I’ve mentioned it’s beauty uses before, but here are some of its best household uses: The very well known – put an open box in the refrigerator or freezer to absorb odors Rub into sponges and dish rags [...]
White vinegar – removes odors naturally on surfaces and in the air. Baking soda- absorbs odors. Keep an open box in the refrigerator, closets, under sinks, etc. Essential oils: 1. diluted in water can be used as a room spray (try sweet orange & lavender or lemon & cedar) 2. add to a bowl of water - adds [...]
1/2 cup 3 percent hydrogen peroxide in the rinse cycle 1/2 cup baking soda to warm or hot water wash cycles 1/2 cup lemon juice in the rinse cycle If you can or want to let your clothes hang outside, sunshine is a natural bleach as well!
Baking Soda – I already listed this as a key natural beauty must-have. Baking soda also naturally lightens stains on teeth! Just dip your toothbrush in some baking soda and brush like you normally would. **Warning: Don’t do this more than once a week because you can damage your enamel with too much scrubbing. Celery, [...]
A few cheap and natural items that are great to always have on hand include: 1. ALOE VERA - Either directly from your own plant or one bought at a store (stay away from the green ones -aloe vera is NOT naturally flourescent green – and go for the clear ones) Aloe vera is great anytime your skin [...]