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Making Cleaning Products From Natural Ingredients | GRATEFUL

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Learn how to make non-toxic cleaning products, including all purpose surface and glass cleaner. RELATED: How to test if your water is safe for drinking

Non-toxic cleaning supplies are better for the environment and your health. While there are hundreds of cleaning product brands out there — some better than others — the truth is that you just never know what harmful chemicals are hiding in the bottle. Take control back by making cleaning supplies at home that fight germs without releasing toxic fumes..

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  1. #COMMENT21

  2. Pure lemon juice with filtered water & peppermint oil really makes a great all-around cleaner safe for pets & your home will smell great.

    1. QUIZ LOMEIN does lemon juice and peppermint oil will dissolve in the water?

  3. Regular Vodka that diluted has no antiseptic property. There were too many errors to keep track of here.

  4. Right I’m gonna make exploding spray.sounds fun.store it for explosive results.

  5. It’s pronounced “cas-teel”.

  6. Baking soda works as a cleaner when you make it into a paste with water and dishsoap to help brighten things, but the dish soap is what cuts the grease. You can scrub *some* stains out, but baking soda and water on it’s own won’t really do much.

    1. Correct. Baking soda is fine as a mild abrasive but isn’t a surfactant, so a dish detergent complements it well as both a binder and surfactant. The mixture is called a polstice.

  7. Oh my. Is she ever clueless!

    Baking soda is a deodorizer? Add to ammonia and sniff. How’d it work? It ‘cuts through grease pretty easily’? It’s not a surfactant. Dissolve in water, add oil or grease of your choice and shake. None will dissolve.

    Vinegar cuts through grease? Well, my experimental bottle of oil and vinegar salad dressing hasn’t changed in over 10 years. Vinegar refuses to dissolve any of the oil.

    AVOID THIS NONSENSE!

    1. @Frank Gutowski Projection, no? ROFL!

    2. Xymo Nau

      Are you the YT police? You sound like you enjoy posting self righteous, condescending remarks, while avoiding commenting knowledgeably on technical aspects of a video. That tells me you’re a nosy busybody.

    3. @Frank Gutowski “armchair”? What are you sitting on, fat boy? You are truly grandiose in your attitude. I’ve met people like you before. Love the sound of your own voice and must be right all the time. You are so tiresome. Go away and bother someone who might think you’re a genius. That will make two of you. “I don’t find you to be credible”? On the topic of home made cleaners? ROFL! Gosh, if any woman is unlucky enough to be co-habiting with you, she must be on medication.

    4. Xymo Nau

      Too bad you haven’t learned anything. Oh well, this is YT.

      On the other hand, your self righteous, condescending attitude would fit in well with the YT Police Department. You could go from channel to channel chastising viewers for not being as ignorant as you think they should be.

    5. @Frank Gutowski You do understand this is a handy home hints video, not a science forum, don’t you? Is this the sum of your tiny little universe that you feel the need to wander amongst the offerings on You Tube, calling people out and demonstrating your incredible grasp of The Truth? Have you nothing more in your life than this? Seriously? Because, if not, I feel genuinely sorry for you. Maybe use your time to help other people instead of tearing them down? And respecting that their experience is legitimate, even if you can’t wrap your scientific greatness around it? I would suggest you’re not invited to many gatherings with your attitude. Bite your lip instead of proving the world wrong, and you may be a happier person.

  8. Never mix baking soda with vinegar or lemon juice, otherwise you’ll neutralize the mixture and it’ll be useless as cleaner.

    1. Actually, because lemon juice contains citric acid, reaction with baking soda will produce sodium citrate, which is a good water softener. LemiShine for dishwashers is >90% citric acid.

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