Today's Quote

“If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.” Thomas Jefferson

Monday, January 12, 2009

Bathroom Cleaning with Natural Cleaners

You will need:
Baking Soda
Lemon Juice or White Vinegar in a spray bottle

Mix a paste of baking soda, salt, and water. There is no magic mixing combination just a small amount of each. Scrub the inside of the sink with this paste, before rinsing spray with the lemon juice or vinegar, then rinse clean. The outside rim of the sink and the faucet spray with lemon juice or vinegar and wipe clean.

Counter tops:
Spray with lemon juice or white vinegar and wipe clean.

Spray with white vinegar (not lemon juice) and clean with a piece of newspaper.

Clean back, handle, seat and bottom of the bowl with lemon juice or white vinegar and wipe clean. The inside of the bowl and the bottom of the seat you will need a paste of lemon juice and baking soda. Scrub both areas with this paste. Then spray the bottom of the seat with lemon juice and wipe clean. Flush the toilet to rinse the inside of the bowl. Nice, shiny and disinfected. Never use the same cleaning rag that you cleaned the toilet with to clean other areas of the bathroom unless you clean the other areas first and the toilet last.

Spray the whole shower with lemon juice or vinegar, let sit. Make a paste of salt, baking soda and water. Then with your cleaning rag, paste and elbow grease scrub the shower and bathtub. Spray again with vinegar or lemon juice and rinse thoroughly.

Scrub the floors:
In a bucket of warm water,put in some lemon juice, baking soda and a drop or two of dish soap. With a scrub brush and elbow grease, scrub the baseboards and the floor and wipe clean with a damp cleaning rag as you go.

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