Looking for green cleaning recipes that are easy? Here you go:
All-purpose borax spray
Does half of your house look dirty and nasty? If that, this borax solution can really help you.
Borax is a natural substance that has cleaning properties. It has the ability to turn water molecules into hydrogen peroxide, and so, a borax solution can act as a cleaner in almost any situation. Borax can even act as a pest killer and a disinfectant.
In order to make this spray, combine half teaspoon of borax with a quarter cup of vinegar. Mix four cups of hot water with the combination and put everything inside a spray bottle for later use.
Allergies have become as synonymous with the warm months of spring and summer as lemonade and swimming pools. What was once a slight, but temporary annoyance has grown to become a global health concern according to the World Allergy Organization. Heightened global temperatures and carbon dioxide levels have eroded air quality and increased pollen production by plants as well as the proteins within pollen that act as the allergy-causing agent.
These changes have lengthened allergy season by as much as 27 days and have amped the intensity of reported symptoms.
Managing allergies is now an essential component to any cleaning plan for home or office. A strategy to identify, reduce and remove will allow home and business owners to maintain the health and comfort of victors and occupants. Read more
If you’re reading this article, chances are you like to have your house professionally cleaned regularly, or perhaps just once in a while. Hiring a professional cleaner is a great way not only to get the work properly done but also to save you time and money. Often times, the quality of professional cleaning you get to enjoy depends in part on how well you have prepared for the cleaner to do their work.
Below are a few things that your professional cleaner wishes you knew, things that help them do the best possible job. Doing these few minor things will ensure that you get the best service from your cleaners.
At Downtown Maid, we’re passionate about green cleaning and are always looking for new ways of how we can safely and effectively clean your home. What can I say: we love baking soda! It has so many uses around the house that we can’t even begin to list them all. Below are seven of our favorite ways to use baking soda around the house.
READ PART 1 HERE: 7 Ways to Use Baking Soda to Clean Your Home
You want your home to be as clean as possible, but if you’re like most people, you think the only way to accomplish that is to use harsh cleaning chemicals. However, while those harsh chemicals may get the job done, they can also be harmful to you, your children, and your pets.
They say that money can’t buy happiness. Wrong! Based on a number of groundbreaking researches that have been done recently, we have to disagree with this old adage. The truth is, you can buy yourself happiness, but not by getting more stuff, rather buying yourself some precious time. In this blog post, we’re going to share the surprising results of the aforementioned studies and give you a few tips on what you can do for yourself today to be happier! And yes, one of the tips is to hire a cleaning company. But please, read on for more.