Hey everyone! With all of the nasty germs floating around, I decided to put some popular household cleaners to the test by doing an at-home Agar test! Which cleaning sprays work best? Do natural cleaners like Thieves and Norwex really work? Stay tuned to see my results as I test household cleaners against bacteria!
Please keep in mind that I am not a scientist, chemist, or doctor and this fun experiment was done in my kitchen, not a controlled lab. I tried to be as careful and accurate as possible because I wanted good results! Also, this was just done for fun so I can make an educated decision on the products I want to use to clean MY home. You do what is right for your home and family, no judgement from me!
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On today’s episode of Live Young Lifestyle, we learn the detrimental effects of common household cleaning products on our health and the environment, the three types of cleaning products we should avoid, and some safer, do-it-yourself household cleaners.
Do-it-yourself cleaning recipes:
All purpose cleaner: Mix 50% water and 50% distilled white vinegar in a spray bottle. Use on countertops, basins, windows and floors.
Bathroom tile and sink cleaner: Mix 1/2 cup baking soda with a little liquid dish soap to make a paste.
Greasy surfaces: Mix vinegar and salt and scrub.
Oven cleaner: Sprinkle baking soda on oven stains. Moisten with water and let sit overnight. Wipe clean with damp sponge.
Laundry: Add 1/2 cup of distilled vinegar to the rinse cycle to remove strong odors, brighten colors, and reduce static cling.
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I am a clean freak but now that I am a mom, I am a bit more wary of the products/chemicals that I let into my house these days. So, I decided to make my own non toxic cleaners and I’m happy to say that they work better than the brand name ones! Check them out here.
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Hey friends! In this video I’m sharing how to make a few simple and easy DIY cleaning products, then testing them out around my house. I recently decided I want to start making an effort to switch over many of my household products to more “green / natural” options. Not only are these DIY cleaners more natural, but they are also very cheap and cost effective! First DIY cleaner I make is a stone safe countertop cleaner using castile soap, alcohol, distilled water, and peppermint oil. Then I make a DIY general all purpose cleaning spray using distilled vinegar, distilled water, and peppermint oil. Next is a DIY phone / touch screen electronics sanitizer using alcohol, distilled water, and tea tree oil. And finally, I make a DIY soap scrub spray using castile soap and distilled water. After I make all these DIY cleaners, I then go and give them a try around my house. For the most part, I was happy with them. However, I have my concerns about how safe rubbing alcohol actually is to use, as well as the smell of vinegar.
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Who doesn’t love to save time and money? Well, DIY cleaners do both of these things, so they’re a staple in our cleaning kit here at the CMS HQ. In this video, I share with you 7 of my favorite natural DIY cleaning products that you can make at home for pennies!
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