5 DIY Homemade Cleaning Products

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Cleaning agents have been used for quite a while in the general upkeep and hygiene of houses and apartment buildings. As we all know, cleaning agents are very useful; however, repeated use could be a big problem. In recent times, people prefer using natural methods when it comes to their cleaning needs. People are using more organic home products that can be used as effective substitutes to other synthetic cleaning products. In recent times, people have also generated ingredient-based recipes for cleaning agents for particular purposes. Here are 5 recipes for cleaning agents for various needs.

Glass cleaner

Use 1 part of water, mixed with equal parts vinegar. The solution makes for a pungeant smell, but once you keep the area ventilated, the smell goes away quickly. Always ensure that you use this solution with newspaper instead of cloth while wiping the glass surface. It gives you a better effect.


In case you are injured with scratches, bruises or minor cuts, it is always good to ensure that the wound is thoroughly cleaned right after the injury. It is done to ensure that there aren’t any settlement of germs which could make it sceptic. Mix one part of alcohol with the same amount of water and gently clean the wound. You have to ensure that you need to undergo a few rounds of cleaning with the last round at at least 75 percent alcohol and 25 percent water.

General cleaning

For the general type of cleaning, mix one tablespoon of dish-washing liquid to a bottle of water and you can use it as general disinfectant.


For fighting those tough grease stains you could mix the same quantity of dish washing liquid and water. This would make a great combination for grimy areas in kitchens and bathrooms.

Stain Remover

When it comes to really tough stains, mix two parts of hydrogen peroxide and one part of dish washing liquid. It is best to place this is a spray container so you could lightly apply to the stained area.


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