Wednesday, February 21, 2018

How to Detox and Cleanse Your House Cleaning Products

How to Detox and Cleanse Your House Cleaning Products

So you are on a health kick and decided to go on a detoxification program. You try hard to have internal cleansing to rid the body of toxins. You check detox spas, get colonic irrigation, keep detox diet plans and do body cleansing by doing sauna detox.

Well, aside from the above mentioned detoxification activities, you should include your home because little do you know that even when you have a cleansed home, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s healthy. Your cleansing products may be harmful to your body and overall health! Fortunately, you can create nontoxic, inexpensive counterparts to nearly every conventional cleansing product with items found in your pantry.

Aside from getting colonic hydrotherapy, trying the master cleanse detox diet plan, you should also include in your detoxification program detoxing your home with inexpensive and effective homemade cleansers. Plus, you can customize your cleansers with bacteria-busting essential oils.  Read on for some cleanse and detoxification tips for your home!

Detoxification via Nontoxic cleansing kit

You can cleanse and detox your house from top to bottom with simple ingredients. To save time and money, buy the ingredients in bulk and make cleansers in advance.

Detox and Cleanse with Baking Soda:

Detox and cleanse your home with a truly multitasking cleanser, baking soda is a perfect substitute for cleansing powders that scour sinks and tubs without scratching. It’s also great for wiping down and deodorizing the fridge. Combined with an equal amount of vinegar, baking soda can freshen drains and prevent them from clogging.

Detox and Cleanse with Borax:

Detox and cleanse your home by combining equal amounts of white vinegar and borax will banish mold and mildew from hard surfaces. This natural mineral can also cleanse your toilet. Pour 1 cup of borax into the toilet bowl and let it sit for a few hours before scrubbing to cleanse out stains and odor.

Detox and Cleanse with Distilled White Vinegar:

Detox and cleanse your home with this pantry staple that cuts grease, eats away lime deposits and destroys odors. Because of its neutralizing properties, white vinegar is also good for cleansing windows, kitchen counters and bathroom fixtures. Simply dilute 1 part vinegar in 4 parts water. A natural antibacterial because of its high acid content, vinegar is an effective detoxification alternative to caustic cleansers on toilets and floors.

Detox and Cleanse with Hydrogen Peroxide:

This cleanse and detoxification agent can be typically found in the medicine cabinet. This disinfectant can also be used as an effective bleach alternative in the laundry room. Because it’s also a powerful oxidizing agent, it works especially well on food, soil, plant, blood and other organic stains. Just make sure to spot test in a discreet area because, like bleach, hydrogen peroxide may lighten fabrics. For each average-size load of whites, add 8 ounces of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide after you have filled the washer with hot water.

Detox and Cleanse with Salt:

This detox and cleanse ingredient is perfect for cleansing grungy ovens as this natural abrasive is also great for soaking up fresh carpet stains such as red wine, coffee or ink. Pour salt on the wet stain. Let dry, then vacuum.

Detox and Cleanse with Vegetable Oil (Castile) Soap:

This natural soap is great for floors and all-purpose cleansing when combined with vinegar, borax or even warm water. For an all-purpose cleanser, add 1⁄2 teaspoon of soap to either 2 cups of water or to the “All-Purpose Cleaner and Disinfectant” recipe below. For floors, combine 2 teaspoons of soap with 3 gallons of water. Make sure to rinse well to remove any dulling residue.

Detox and Cleanse with Washing Soda:

This old-fashioned laundry booster cuts through tough grease on grills, broiler pans and ovens. Because washing soda is a strong alkaline, it’s perfect for tackling dirty linoleum floors. But because it’s caustic and strong enough to strip wax and peel paint, wear gloves when using—and use sparingly. Adding just 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 teaspoon of washing soda to 32 ounces of hot water will tackle the toughest grease.

Detox and Cleanse with Lemons:

Lemon’s citric acid content cuts stubborn grease and make your home smell fresh. Lemon juice is also a natural cleanser, especially when combined with the sun. Freshen cutting boards by rubbing a cut lemon over the surface. This is especially effective for banishing fish odors. Undiluted lemon juice can also be used to dissolve soap scum and hard water deposits.



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