Clean the House in Under $20
Monday night after work I stopped by Target to pick up toilet bowl cleaner and shower cleaner.
Doesn't it stink when you have to buy cleaning supplies. You can walk out of the store with barely two bags and your spending over $30 for the stuff. What's worse is this stuff isn't fun stuff, it's boring cleaning stuff.
I don't know about you but I don't get a whole lot of enjoyment out of cleaning.
How would you like to clean your house in under $20? Not only will you save money, but you won't have all those nasty chemical smells floating about your home in the aftermath of your cleaning. I sure wish I would have saw this article, "How to Clean your House Entire House for Under $20", before purchasing my cleaning supplies Monday night. I already used them so there's no taking them back to the store now. Rats!
All you need to purchase are the following:
A scrub brush
Then check out all the combinations you can make with the items to clean practically everything in your home naturally.
To clean a stinky drain: 1/2 cup of Baking Soda poured in the drain and flushed with warm water.
To clean your bathroom floor: ! bucket of warm water, 1/2 cup of Baking Soda and a scrub brush.
To clean your shower door: Rub down the doors with vinegar & paper towels, then rinse.
Here's the link for more cleaning tips.
No more stinky chemical smells that has you lighting candles or opening your windows and doors to air our your home.
I'll remember this when it comes time to purchase more cleaning supplies.