Global warming effects bring a broad awareness to millions of folks around the world. Due to its severe effects on mother nature, a new perspective about harmful products that add to the cause of it emerges. Over the years there is an increase of toxic waste coming from everyday home products such as kitchen and bathroom cleaners. As a solution, folks are switching to use environmentally friendly products instead.
Eco-friendly Bathroom Cleaner
Removing harmful home products from your list of bathroom cleaners is a good thing. Switching to natural products are much better as they are harmless to the environment and cheap in the pockets. The following ingredients can be of use as amazing environment-friendly cleaning products for your bathroom.
1. Castile Soap
Castile Soap is one of the favorite ingredients in making homemade bathroom cleaners. It comes from all natural vegetable oils such as oils from coconut, olive, hemp, almond, and walnut. Just like the baking soda, castile soap is also a mild cleanser with a pH scale of 8.9. Mixing it with water, it will charge atoms that draw and capture grease and dirt. Because of its ability to remove grease quickly, it is a useful ingredient in making a homemade cleaner.
2. Baking Soda
Sodium Bicarbonate or best known as Baking Soda is one of the most popular eco-friendly and low-cost cleaning hacks today. It reacts with stains and results to glycerol which is a natural cleaning ingredient. Combining baking soda with vinegar creates a carbonic acid that intensifies the acids in vinegar which makes cleaning process more efficient. Baking Soda can also be an air freshener with its alkali substance that acts as air germ remover.
Almost all households have this ingredient; vinegar has a 5% acetic acid that fights bacteria you do not want to dwell in your bathrooms. But there is a downside as it is not that much of use on surfaces like granite and marble. Still, vinegar is among the many all-purpose natural cleaning ingredients. Its performance can still be stellar when it combines with other products. Vinegar and the other two products above are okay for use on bidets. Best visit Bidetgenius for more bidet products and care.
4. Citrus or Lemon Juice
Citrus juice, particularly those that come from lemons, is an excellent addition to organic and natural home cleaners. It contains substances that fight those unwanted bacterias and germs inside the bathroom. Especially on the toilet seat, glass doors and drains. It is also a useful ingredient for bathroom air freshening because of the all-time favorite citrus scent.
5. Isopropyl Alcohol or Vodka
Isopropyl alcohol or rubbing alcohol is an antiseptic that aids to fight against germs and bacteria. Also, one of its use is to speed up the drying of a wet and newly scrub floor. Vodka, on the other hand, has the same benefits like isopropyl alcohol. If you do not prefer the isopropyl, then you can replace it with vodka. Both can be stand-alone in usage as a bathroom cleaner. But combining with other products to enhance the effectiveness is also a suggestion.
Green or natural products are the newest trends that people are purchasing or favoring nowadays. Aside from it being non-toxic and eco-friendly, the cost of these products is cheaper than the commercial products available in the supermarket. These natural products can be stand-alone or in combination with other toxin-free products to enhance its cleaning performance.
Global warming takes great effect on the environment, using natural products helps a lot in conserving Mother Nature. The more you use natural cleaners and other organic products, the lesser the waste left behind.
Salman is a prolific environmental writer, and has authored more than 300 articles in reputed journals, magazines and websites. He is proactively engaged in creating mass awareness on renewable energy, waste management, sustainability and conservation all over the world.
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