• Thorough Natural Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak

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  • Keeping your house and office desk clean is a must to keeping great health!  Many bacteria's and mold can grow if things are not properly cleaned.  Below are 25 tips for you to clean thoroughly and Naturally!  Try them out, let us know what you think and be sure to share your own ideas by commenting below.  We are always looking for the healthiest way to keep out home and office clean!

    Some of us are absolute neat freaks, cringing at the sight of unsightly bacteria or disorganized magazine stacks. Then there are the people who cover the rest of the spectrum: slightly OCD, remotely clean, absolute slob, and everything in between. This list is for all of them, but especially the inherent neat freaks. Here are 25 thorough cleaning tricks for the neat freak.

    1. Refresh your mattress

    All you need is baking soda and the essential oil of your choice!  I used lavender, because I love the smell, but you can use any you’d like.

    1 cup Baking Soda

    4 drops Essential Oil

    Combine these two ingredients in a  covered bowl and shake.  Then, sift it through a small strainer or sifter.  Walk away for about an hour or so.

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    Using the hose end of your vacuum and an upholstery attachment, thoroughly vacuum the mattress.  Bye, bye dust mites and other nasty things.  The baking soda helps draw up any moisture and deep dirtiness.  It deodorizes and leaves the mattress smelling fresh and clean.  I also love the faint scent of lavender left by the essential oil.

    It leaves your room and mattress with a refreshing clean scent, however, just make sure that if you have tile, hard wood, or laminate floors, that you’re prepared to wipe or sweep it up, because you are going to get some on the floor!

    I can’t believe I never thought of this!

    2. How to remove any carpet and mattress stain

    Remove any carpet stain (and anything off a mattress as well). - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

    3. Use waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints

    Rub a faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints. - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

    4. Clean your shower while showering

    Take a Scotch Brite dishwand but fill it with 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 dishwashing detergent. Use that to clean down the shower while you're in it. Two birds with one stone!

    I mixed 1 part baking soda and 1 part coconut oil, rubbed a little on the sticky spot, and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I scrubbed the spot with a scouring pad, rinsed it off, and voilà! Good as new, gunk is gone. – See more at: http://www.rosybluhandmade.com/2012/03/05/diy-gunk-remover-easy-recipe-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-residue/#sthash.pGA3p2OS.dpuf
    I mixed 1 part baking soda and 1 part coconut oil, rubbed a little on the sticky spot, and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I scrubbed the spot with a scouring pad, rinsed it off, and voilà! Good as new, gunk is gone. – See more at: http://www.rosybluhandmade.com/2012/03/05/diy-gunk-remover-easy-recipe-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-residue/#sthash.pGA3p2OS.dpuf

    5. Natural Residue Remover

    I mixed 1 part baking soda and 1 part coconut oil, rubbed a little on the sticky spot, and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I scrubbed the spot with a scouring pad, rinsed it off, and voilà! Good as new, gunk is gone.

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    I mixed 1 part baking soda and 1 part coconut oil, rubbed a little on the sticky spot, and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I scrubbed the spot with a scouring pad, rinsed it off, and voilà! Good as new, gunk is gone. – See more at: http://www.rosybluhandmade.com/2012/03/05/diy-gunk-remover-easy-recipe-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-residue/#sthash.pGA3p2OS.dpuf
    I mixed 1 part baking soda and 1 part coconut oil, rubbed a little on the sticky spot, and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I scrubbed the spot with a scouring pad, rinsed it off, and voilà! Good as new, gunk is gone. – See more at: http://www.rosybluhandmade.com/2012/03/05/diy-gunk-remover-easy-recipe-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-residue/#sthash.pGA3p2OS.dpuf

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