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If you read the back of one of your cleaning products, you will probably be shocked at the number of unpronounceable chemicals in the list of ingredients; however, there is a way to clean that is much more environmentally friendly. Intrigued? Here is how to clean your home or office without chemicals.

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The basics

You will be surprised to find that many cleaning products can be found inside your kitchen cupboards. White vinegar and lemon juice have antibacterial properties, whereas olive oil is perfect for wooden surfaces. Try baking soda for stubborn stains, as it becomes gritty when water is added. You never know you might quite like it and it will save you money in the long run to.

Cleaning wooden surfaces

If you have a wooden floor or a dining table that is getting a little grubby, we recommend mixing a cup of vinegar with a teaspoon of olive oil. For flooring, add some hot water to the mix to help it spread further. Otherwise, try natural beeswax to restore wooden furniture. This has been used in many successful applications, including historical churches.

Alternatively, you could install laminate flooring to save you some time when cleaning. White laminate flooring can be cleaned with a slightly damp sponge.

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Cleaning in the workplace

Some companies set a weekly rota of staff that have to take part in cleaning the office and it always seems to be the same routine. As if the day wasn’t long enough you now have to stay behind to clean up after everyone. A great suggestion you can make to help motivate the staff is hire a Commercial cleaning Gloucester company to come in to do it and allow the staff that little extra time to relax and not not worry who is going to be next on the cleaning rota.  You could look into this and send your boss an email with links like intocleaning.co.uk/ to get the ball rolling.

Cleaning windows

Opening your windows lets fresh air into the home, but you can also freshen up the glass by cleaning it with a mix of white vinegar and water. Adding quarter of a cup of vinegar to two cups of water is perfect for removing those smears. Wipe off with a clean cotton rag. Sometimes you might find that after your items almost look new and the smell of vinegar goes away quite quickly.

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