Besides you and your loved ones, dust and dirt take up most of your home space—and that is extremely bad. Too much of them can put you and your children at risk of developing illnesses, such as respiratory disorders (think of asthma). Yet choosing conventional toxic-filled cleaners don’t do anything good either. 

It’s time to bring back the cleanliness of your dwelling without the toxins:  

1. Read the labels. Just because the ad says it’s “natural” or “organic” doesn’t mean it’s completely environment friendly. So far, there’s no correct definition for these words, and there are no definite guidelines to follow.  

But to give you a hint, stay from cleaners with ingredients you can’t even pronounce. Do your research and find out which brands are considered as truly natural by several reputable health organisations.  

2. Use baking soda and apple cider vinegar. You know those grimes that build up on your kitchen and bathroom tiles, as well as your tub? Yes, they have to go ASAP! However, you don’t need to spend a lot of money on harsh chemicals. Look into your kitchen and gather your arsenal: baking soda, apple cider vinegar, and water. Combine one part of baking soda and one part vinegar with two parts water. Get on your knees and scrub the dirty away from your bathroom floors. Whenever the grime appears tough, allow the mixture to stay in the affected area for a few minutes before scrubbing.  

3. Don’t throw your old toothbrushes. Before you end the life of your toothbrush, give it one more mission: get rid of stains and accumulated dirt in ultra-tight surfaces and places such as in between tiles and around the faucet. If the dirt has not been around for too long, you don’t need anything else but your good-old toothbrush.  

4. Consider a steam vacuum cleaner. There are different types of vacuum cleaners out there, but think about using a steam vacuum cleaner. As its name suggests, it lifts off dirt through steam, which is mainly composed of water. The vacuum cleaner also doesn’t leave any residue since the steam evaporates very quickly.  

5. Remove lime buildup. Do you have hard water? You’ll know it by merely looking at your faucets and shower heads. If they rust too quickly, then there’s a good chance there’s a vast buildup of lime deposits in your water.  

Nevertheless, this should not compel you to buy a new shower head all the time. Get rid of it very easily with hot white vinegar. Place it inside the bowl, and immerse your shower head into it.  

Save Yourself the Hassle! 

The best way to keep your family safe and sound—and healthy—is to use natural cleaning solutions. But coming up with your own concoctions takes a lot of time and money. So why don’t you spare yourself from a potential headache and let professional domestic cleaners handle it for you? Today many London domestic cleaners have taken the green route. They opt for natural or environment-friendly process to clean a variety of materials, from leather to vinyl. And they can do the job anytime you like.  

So give them a ring right now and ask for a quote.