DIY Organic Green Cleaning Solutions

Now that winter’s almost over in most places, spring cleaning is just around the corner. Using cleaning products with environmentally-friendly ingredients is always preferred, especially since most products on the market tend to be toxic in one form or another. The tips ahead will let you focus on cleaning with green cleaning, non-toxic solutions instead. Let’s talk about some DIY organic green cleaning solutions. 

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Cleaning Tile and Porcelain

Using a simple blend of baking soda and water is an easy way to get tile and porcelin clean. All you do is simply mix together to create a paste and then scrub areas down with a sponge or cloth. You’ll be surprised at how effective this method is due to its fine grit, but at the same time it won’t damage the surface of the porcelain or tiles. Depending on what you’re cleaning you may even want to add a bit of salt to the mix for extra scrubbing power. The use of vinegar and lemon juice will also work on destroying mildew and cutting grease, but they will need to work for a while before you can see results. Tea tree oil can also serve as a disinfectant in most areas when mixed with water, which will eliminate the need for harsh chemicals to kill bacteria on most of your surfaces. If you need professional help click here.

Cleaning Counters

DIY Green Cleaning

Since the kitchen is where we prepare food, it’s important that we keep it clean and sanitary. This means you need to remove all biological waste that may serve to feed bacteria as soon as possible. It’s a good idea to clean your counters as you go, wiping up spills and messes promptly. Crumbs and splatters need to take priority when keeping your kitchen clean because they can quickly become a breeding ground for bacteria. The simple blend of baking soda and water or vinegar will work well in the kitchen, especially when it comes to cutting boards. Consider adding tea tree oil to the blend as well for disinfectant properties.

Window and Glass cleaning

Glass is always one of the more tricky surfaces to clean, as it often suffers streaking and needs to be treated with the right cleaners to avoid that. You don’t really need to deal with commercial chemicals to complete the job, as you can get it all done with the same products as you would otherwise. White vinegar is one of the most effective natural glass cleaners. All you do is simply mix the two in equal parts in a spray bottle and voila, clean streak-free glass. Paper towels may cause streaking, so you can use wash leather, a squeegee or microfiber cloths like the ones from Zabada clean. Check out the Zabada Clean Review for more information. 

Cleaning carpets

Clean Carpet

Keeping carpets clean with green products can be a relatively easy task, since most of the hard stuff can be taken out of them with a good vacuuming and beating if necessary, but sometimes musty smells persist and they may need to be dealt with accordingly. The use of baking soda can complete the task with relative ease, as it will absorb most smells and it will allow one to simply vacuum it up when done with the rest of the cleaning efforts you dealt with. I also came across another super effective carpet cleaning solution that’s safe and Eco-friendly, read our Genesis 950 Review to learn more.  For more house cleaning ideas: London Carpet Cleaning Ltd.

Wood Cleaning

Natural Wood Cleaner Recipe

Don’t miss this simple Natural Wood Cleaner Recipe for clean wood tables and floors too. So many online DIY recipes call for an excessive amount of oil. Some suggest using lemon juice and vinegar, but that can be harsh and strip delicate wood surfaces. This recipe will leave your wood tables and floors clean and without an oily residue. 

So there you have it! Just a few simple DIY Organic Green Cleaning Solutions. Cleaning your home doesn’t have to be toxic or difficult. With a little baking soda, vinegar, essential oil and elbow grease, you can have a clean green home. 

*Image Credits: All Images from FreeDigitalPhotos.netCleaning Wine Stain From A Carpet Image courtesy of Mister GC; Maid Cleaning With Vacuum Cleaner Image courtesy of stockimages; Cleaning A Coffee Stain; Image courtesy of Mister GC; Modern Kitchen Interior Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici; Hand And Sponge Image courtesy of nuchylee at; Woman Clean Leaves At Home Image courtesy of marin. 


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Heather Roberts is a freelance guest blogger from London, UK. She has got many published articles on various topics such as cleaning, organizing, home and garden etc. She loves to spend her time with family and friends and she also tries to live an eco-friendly life.

Author: Heather Roberts

Heather Roberts is a freelance guest blogger from London, UK. She has got many published articles on various topics such as cleaning, organizing, home and garden etc. She loves to spend her time with family and friends and she also tries to live an eco-friendly life.

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  1. Great tips! My favourite green cleaning solution is with the coffee ground. I’m mixing it with soapy water and it’s a perfect solution for cleaning greasy spots from almost every surface.

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    • Wow! These are great suggestions. Thank you so much. 🙂

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