However, there is a cheap and cheerful way to use environmentally cleaning products ...and they are normally found in the pantry/larder:Vinegar - white distilled vinegar can be used concentrated for tough jobs or diluted with distilled water for easier jobs. It is brilliant for removing lime scale on taps, shower screens, cleaning windows, as is a general disinfectant, and general cleaner. The 'fish 'n' chip' smell does dissipate and leaves the air smelling fresh and clean. Do not use vinegar on marble or some stone products.
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"Lemon juice and bicarbonate soda - once the ingredients have been added together and made into a paste, it is great for cleaning dirty areas such as ovens...but some elbow grease is needed as well!
Bicarbonate soda - sprinkle on to carpets before vacuuming to freshen them up. Put some into a container and put at the back of the fridge to keep out odors. Lemon juice and olive oil - one cup of lemon oil, half a cup of olive oil and shake together well. This makes a lovely solution for cleaning wooden furniture. The cleaning products suggested above are nothing new as women have used them in the home generations ago. Unfortunately somewhere along the line recent generations have forgotten about the 'back-to-basics' somekeyword products when they fell for the clever marketing of cleaners that used a variety of chemicals.
Other environmentally friendly products that manufactures are making are:
-Hand made paper - not only reduces pollution by 70% but also helps in saving trees as the process uses non-wood raw materials to a large extent
-Use of ECO wheels, also known as electric vehicles, which can help in reducing air pollution
-Eco friendly furniture uses raw-wood and recycled products, so is a good alternative to wooden furniture
-Equipment using solar energy provides heat without causing air and sound pollution
-Eco friendly paints have fewer chemicals in them and there is very little odor
-Eco shoes are made up of recycled rubber and plastics
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