Keeping our home clean is a daily chore that you either love or hate; for me there are certain aspects that I love and happily do and others that I loath and would love to pass on to someone else. However, it does mean that I have to find extra motivation to inspire me to complete the task in hand, sometimes it is changing how you attack a task and another option is to consider the products that you are using. Do you hate cleaning the bathroom because you hate the smell of bleach? What surprises many people is you don’t have to use the expensive cleaning products or bucket loads of bleach to have a clean and germ free home.
Cleaning And Finding Products That You Like
While some purchased products are great for getting items around your home clean, it is possible that the chemicals inside are doing more harm to the environment and to our families than what we’re led to believe.
However, with that said it is important that are homes are clean and germ free and while there are green products on the market it is cheaper to make these products yourself; you don’t need a degree in manufacturing or chemical composition, the products that you need are cheap and easy to get.
Finding the right combinations of products that suit you and your family is important. It is possible to create a water based cleaning product that is kind to your family and easy to create.
Cleaning products that use baking soda as a key part are very popular because this product is so versatile and it works really well too.
Finding a toilet cleaner that cleans your toilet and leaves it sparkling clean is high on any germ freaks list, I am one of these. However, if you are looking for general cleaners that work you might find that many recipes involve using the clear distilled vinegar as the basis of the cleaning product.
Many people just don’t like the smell of vinegar and it puts them off trying to make the homemade cleaning products, but don’t despair, there are alternative cleaning product recipes that don’t use the clear vinegar in their recipes.
There are options for you to find cleaning products that can actually smell pleasant as well as perform well.
The Costs Involved In Cleaning
The cost of the items you will need to make the products are cheaper than if you are buying a commercially made cleaning product, saving you money on your grocery shopping.
However, there are more beneficial costs involved which you will need to consider; the cost to your health and that of your children if you continue to use the chemical laden products, which are expensive and with potential health risks if inhaled.
Therefore, if you are trying to motivate yourself to clean an area of your home try changing the products that you use, you might find that these tasks are pleasant and more enjoyable than you could imagine by using homemade cleaning products.