5 DIY natural cleaners for home using baking soda

The cost of commercials, chemical-based cleaning products can be high. Not only the high price, but it can also affect your health due to the chemicals and can also cause environment pollution. So, it’s good to switch to something which is safer, cheaper and doesn’t cause any harmful effects while keeping your home clean.

You can make your own natural cleaning products using non-toxin ingredients. Today I will tell you the top-5 natural Baking soda cleaning recipes which you can make easily and it’s completely safe to use.

natural DIY cleaners for home using baking soda

5 DIY baking soda cleaners:

Toilet cleaner:

If you want to make your own toiler cleaner at home you can make it using baking soda. Add half cup of baking soda, one cup distilled white vinegar with half teaspoon of tea tree oil (essential oil). Mix it all and spray this mixture inside the toilet bowl, seat, lid and handle. Let this mixture stay for few minutes (10-15). Then, sprinkle more baking soda and scrub the dirt with the help of toilet brush. This natural cleaner not only cleans the toilet but it also kills germs and bacteria as it has tea tree oil.

Bathroom tub cleaner:

Mix 2 cups of baking soda with half cup of washing soda and liquid castile soap (melted). Also, add 20 drops of tea tree essential oil and peppermint essential oil. Mix thoroughly and use a little bit whenever required. Just scoop small amount and then rub/scrub it using sponge. This cleaner will prevent any scratches as it’s not hard.

Drain Cleaner:

To clean drains, you can pour half cup of baking soda down the drain and just after it, drain half of vinegar too. This results in chemical reaction which allows the clogs to wash down the drain. This is very good for stronger cleaning. To clean up the residue, pour boiling water after 15 minutes.

Laundry cleaner:

To make your own laundry cleaner, you need to melt one bar soap in a pan so that it’s completely melted. Then take a large bucket and fill it with 2 gallons of hot water. Mix the melted soap and also add 2 cups of baking soda in the bucket. Mix everything well and yes; your own DIY laundry cleaner is ready. Use half cup every time or use more for tougher jobs. This is an easy recipe to convert baking soda in washing soda.

Tile cleaner:

For tub and tile cleaning, just add 2 cups of baking soda in one cup of water. Now dip a sponge in this mixture and wipe surfaces using it. This is the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to clean toilet or kitchen tiles. For tougher stains, first wipe it with vinegar and then use baking soda for better results.

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