The spirit behind green cleaning means to be cognizant of the cleaning products you buy and opting for sustainable alternatives that have non-toxic ingredient lists. Green cleaning practices are safer for you, your family (including furry friends), the planet, and in turn, the environment in your home.
To help, Hive created this guide that tackles the challenge of authentic sustainable cleaning for you, so that you can shop easier and clean everyday messes better.
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Have you ever thought to use Mayonnaise to remove crayon marks from walls and residue from labels? What about using ice cubes to remove furniture leg indentation from carpets?
Find out which common household items can be used to clean your home for next to nothing.
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No Cleaning Products, No Problem
You would probably be surprised to find out that in almost every room of the house you could find something to help you cleaning. From your kitchen or pantry, you could use lemons to make shower heads sparkle; ketchup to make copper shine and baking soda to clean mud off rugs and carpets. For those of you with spare cola in the house, it can be used to clean the toilet bowl!
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Spring cleaning can be a very rejuvenating process and once complete will leave your home feeling fresh and new. But why do we carry out this strange annual practice? And are there any specific things you need to do? Well to find out scroll through TerrysFabrics‘ ultimate guide to spring cleaning. Plus there’s also a free printable 100+ checklist to help you make a start. With over 100 tasks to tick off, your home will be sparkling clean, completely de-cluttered and prepared. So if you find spring cleaning overwhelming then read through this simple and easy to follow guide.
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It’s officially spring (yaaaay!) but along comes the Spring Cleaning (meeeeh!). This is not the first time I try to “spring clean” my small apartment, but I have to tell you, for me is both exciting 😀 and overwhelming D:
Last year we decided to do some research on Organising specialised blogs, to give you tips from the very professionals and make it less overwhelming and exhausting as well. I hope they are useful. Cleaning a little bit every day makes Spring Cleaning a bit lighter and not a torture and such exhausting days. Which in the end I know is very satisfying, I know not everybody is very into this activity, so why not make it a light and organised (family) time?
Go to my last year’s Spring Cleaning post to get details, tasks, tips and tricks for each day.
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