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Top Tips For Keeping Your Home Hygienic

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Parents are facing many dilemmas in modern times in their efforts to do right by their children. It was a routine practice forty years ago that if a child received a couple of bouts of tonsillitis, the offending glands were removed. On one hand people are told that dirt and bacteria are good for children as it helps to boost their immune systems, but others recommend surgical cleanliness in order to promote good health. The chemicals used to kill bacteria are strong poisons and more people than ever are asking what effect their long term use can have on children. After all, children spend a lot of time with their fingers in their mouths and the fumes given off by strong chemicals could easily affect young lungs.

If you are looking for some more natural ways to keep your home hygienic and healthy without causing harm, there is some valuable advice for you here. Read on and see the obvious benefits of cleaning the natural way.

The Power Of The Lemon

Citrus juices are naturally acidic and are great for cutting through grime around the home, It is so powerful that you are advised to mix it with equal parts water before use. It is suitable for use on all surfaces except wood and it will kill bacteria and leave a surface hygienically clean. Use it wherever there is a grime build up on kitchen tiles, work surfaces, on the sink and taps; it is a very versatile cleaning fluid. Put the solution into a spray gun for convenient use and carrying through the home.

All Hail The Vinegar

Do you spend lots of money on descaling chemicals for use in the bathroom and kitchen? Well, you need look no further than your food cupboard for a more environmentally friendly solution.

  • Spray taps, tiles, or any other problem areas with vinegar and leave it for five minutes to do its work before rinsing the limescale away.

  • Boil white vinegar in your kettle to bring it back to its former glory.

  • If the plug holes in your home are constantly giving off a bad smell, use one third of a bottle of vinegar down each one to kill the bacteria there.

  • A cup of vinegar boiled in the microwave will give off an acidic steam that cuts through the grease that has built up in there, making it simple to wipe out afterwards.

Of course, bad smells are also a sign of blocked drains so don’t wait to call for a professional survey if you suspect a problem with them. I recommend the use of drain CCTV in London. Headaches would be diminished if you leave it down to someone else!  

Those are the main two chemicals needed around the home to complete most cleaning tasks, but there are other products, such as baking soda, that can also be put to use. Baking soda is great for removing smells. Place a cup of soda in cupboards, in the fridge, or even sprinkle it over fabric furniture for a few minutes before vacuuming it off to leave a fresh smelling sofa.

That is all the advice I have for you today. Remember, things you do now may give your kids a healthier life when they are older, so be sensible about chemicals of your choosing. Safe cleaning!

 

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