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How To Clean A Microwave – 14 Exceptional Methods + Recipes

Cleaning a microwave used to be one of my least favorite chores, but now it's super simple, and it only takes me a few minutes. What's more, I do it on the cheap and only use natural ingredients that are already in my kitchen store cupboards. No commercial cleaners or toxic chemicals here! So how do I do it? Well, here are my 12 fast-acting all-natural microwave cleaner recipes that are low on elbow grease but high on effectiveness. Sustainability at its best!
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How To Clean Using Baking Soda: 16 Bathroom Problems Solved

Baking soda is a fantastic all-natural, non-toxic cleaner that can clean just about anything in the bathroom. That's why when soap scum builds up, or I detect a nasty whiff from the toilet bowl, baking soda is the first product I reach for. In this article, I will share with you my 16 favorite uses for baking soda in the bathroom, along with the recipes and how to apply them.
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15 Things You Should Never Clean With Vinegar And Why

Although hailed as an affordable, Eco-friendly cleaning marvel, there are simply some things that you should never clean with vinegar. Primarily as these things don't react well with acids and will become irreparable through repeated exposure. In fact, there are some surfaces, such as smartphone screens, that can be damaged from even a single application. Therefore, it's vitally important to learn more about this little miracle worker's limitations as well as its applications. So join me as I reveal 15 things that you should never clean with vinegar and I explain why?
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Homemade Cleaning Products That Work And Why We Should Use Them

Homemade cleaners made from all-natural ingredients are much milder than those created for the retail market. However, this does not reduce their effectiveness when tackling those pesky hard to clean cleaning jobs. In comparison, many of today’s commercially manufactured cleaners are simply too strong for their intended purpose. And, while a few products may cause immediate reactions from acute exposure, (headaches, skin burns, nausea, irritation of the eyes), hidden problems arise with repeated contact. Indeed, Ingredients in common household products have been linked to asthma, cancer, reproductive disorders, hormone disruption, and neurotoxicity.
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What Is The Most Eco-Friendly Way To Clean A Toilet?

To clean a toilet, cut a lemon in half, then wipe the lemon around the toilet. Sprinkle kosher salt or baking soda over the lemon so that it acts like a scourer for any stubborn stains or bits of dirt. Finally, use a non microfiber damp cloth to wipe away any residue and buff to a shine. Dad's tip: Limes are also high in citric acid so if you prefer the fresh smell of limes then choose these instead. Alternatively choose a grapefruit for those larger areas.
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Can Vinegar Kill Germs? (Or Are There Better Natural Options?)

Just how effective is vinegar when you want to kill your household germs? Do you have doubts about its efficiency? Should you be changing back to the toxic commercial cleaners on the market? Or are there some hidden natural cleaners that can do the job better? If you have these questions running around in your mind and want to be sure of the answers, then read on. I promise that every question you have about the effectiveness of vinegar will be answered and explained here. Plus, at the end of the article, I will reveal the hidden natural cleaning alternatives we should all be using.
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35 Uses For Bicarbonate Of Soda In The Kitchen (Cleaning)

Bicarbonate of soda (Baking soda) is my favorite natural cleaner, as it appeals not only to the environmentalist in me but also to my inner cheapskate! It won't break the bank to buy, it's very effective, and it's extremely versatile. Almost every area in your kitchen can benefit from a wipe-over with bicarbonate of soda. This will help to prevent a build-up of grease and grime whilst deodorizing the kitchen at the same time. However, bicarbonate soda can leave a thin white film behind, so always rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth afterward to remove any remaining residue.
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