Many people clean their home using chemical detergents and harmful products. After all, they are readily available in the store and produce a very effective solution to dirt and debris. With this said, many of these chemicals are too strong for use in the home and can damage your drains as you pour it away as well as the environment. Luckily, there are eco-friendly alternatives. Read on to find out more information…
The saying goes that you should make lemonade when life gives you lemons however the team here at Parkside believe that there are a few other applications for the lemon. For example, its high acidic content makes it a natural deodorizer! In addition to this, a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda can remove stains from plastic containers and you can also use it to disinfect a chopping board.
Also known as sodium bicarbonate, baking soda is an mild alkaline substance that has a range of different functions in the home. for instance, you can remove surface rust from a range of different places by mixing baking soda with water in order to create a thick paste. In fact, this paste can also be applied to the bottom of your oven in order to clean any build up that has accumulated over time.
With its strong antibacterial properties, white vinegar can be used effectively anywhere in the home. For example, it is great at removing stains from textiles when it is diluted in waster and its ability to act as a natural deodoriser can make it effective at eradicating strong scents that linger after cooking with fish and garlic.
When it comes to our domestic cleaning service, we want to make our clients as happy as possible. After all, eco-friendly cleaning is much gentler on our environment. That is why we try to use products that are mild in order to guarantee that the surfaces in your home won’t be damaged. To find out more information about our domestic cleaning service, get in contact with the best cleaners Manchester has to offer today!