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Cleaning these four items without the use of chemicals is easier than it sounds. There are a lot more green cleaning products available now than ever before. You should clean all these items at least twice a year.
This article will show you how to clean each item.
When you make up your cleaning solution, use a glass spray bottle. Not only are they easy to fill and clean, but they are also safe for use with essential oils. Plastic will break down, but glass lasts longer.
Clean windows and sills with the spray cleaner described above. Start with the cleanest parts and proceed to the dirtiest—this will keep the cloth or sponge clean the longest. You can also have a pail on hand with warm water in it. This will allow you to rinse the sponge without having to run to a sink.
I recommend you clean windows in this order:
(The average home does 10- 12 loads of laundry a week!)
Dryer fires are one of the most common causes of house fires!
These can be cleaned with the same spray. For a quick clean, you can also use nontoxic wipes or a cloth soaked in the same cleaner.
Remove the hood fan covers and the grease filter. Most are reusable and can be cleaned.
Remove racks & spray
Remove fridge items
Sprinkle with baking soda
Attach a garden hose
Use the same spray& wipe clean
Let sit 20 min & rinse
Open valve and drain into a tub or to outside
Check for expired dates and put items back.
Wipe the top of the stove when done.
Disconnect hose turn on and let fill.
Wipe down the outside when it's all clean.
© 2017 Terrie Lynn
Terrie Lynn (author) from Canada on June 05, 2017:
Hi Arron that is so true. Thank you for reading my article. I hope you enjoyed it and it helped you in your cleaning.
aaron goodson on May 25, 2017:
when my temple is dirty i detox. When somewhere i live is dirty i clean
Terrie Lynn (author) from Canada on May 24, 2017:
Hi Florish, Thank you. It does seem like like it's never ending. Just when i think there is nothing left to clean, it's time to start again. Just remember to take time for some too.
FlourishAnyway from USA on May 24, 2017:
This has inspired me to clean even more thoroughly than I already do. I'm always cleaning but it seems the house is never actually clean. It's a process, I suppose. These are helpful tips.
Terrie Lynn (author) from Canada on April 20, 2017:
Hi Lesli. That's great. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a message. Have a good day.
Lesli on April 20, 2017:
Really enjoyed those cleaning tips and pics; has inspired me to get off my couch and clean my windows. Thanks for that!
Terrie Lynn (author) from Canada on April 14, 2017:
Thank you. It's not easy some times, trying to explain the steps a person takes to clean some items. Have a great weekend.
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on April 14, 2017:
You told us and showed us. Thanks for these no-excuses tips on cleaning these four areas. Very helpful.