If you have taken the time and effort to remodel or redecorate your home and going green, then it is important to remember that you have to maintain that greenness afterwards as well.
Cleaning green is an excellent way to honor your going green choices. Many individuals think that going green is something new; however, if you speak to some elders you will see that being green has been around for quite some time ñ at least in the cleaning department.
Our grandmothers probably used things like lemon juice for laundry stains and baking soda to clean out the refrigerator. Sometimes something old is something new again.
It really is not necessary to go through a case of paper towels every month for the sake of cleaning your home. Saving paper by avoiding disposable paper towels is a top-notch way to save trees. When you save trees, you save the environment.
Lemon juice has long since been used for cleaning in a variety of ways around the house.
Baking soda has many uses around the home, some that you may never have tried.
Common things found in your home such as baking soda, lemon juice, and vinegar go a long way in green cleaning.
You can also learn tips and tricks for creating your own laundry detergent and soap. All-natural essential oils such as lavender or tea tree oil are excellent additives to a homemade laundry detergent or a homemade furniture polish.
Sure, you can put your plastics, glass, and paper out in the blue recycling bin every week for someone to come pick up. Alternatively, you can do your own creative recycling of products. Finding creative recycling solutions not only saves you money, but it’s also good for the environment when you find another use for...