A Mean Clean - All-Natural Home and Commerical Cleaning and Organizing
 All Natural Cleaning Products That We Use



We make and create our very own cleaning solutions.

All Purpose
  
   Vinegar and water
           o    Equal parts. Not to be used on marble. Improperly diluted vinegar can be acidic.
 
   Castile Soap
           o   Diluted liquid Castile soap can be used as an all purpose cleaner.   
 
Kitchen
  
   Vinegar and water
          o    Most appliances can be cleaned with equal parts vinegar and  water.  Stove top, counter-tops, all surfaces.  
 
   Lemon Juice
          o    Great for scrubbing the bottom of copper pots, works to clean and shine the pans.
          o    Natural de-greaser
 
   Castile Soap
          o   Liquid Castile soap is an excellent degreaser.
 
   Cornstarch
          o    Absorbs oils and greases, making it great for kitchen counter tops.
 
   Salt
         o    Abrasive solution for scrubbing, use to get rid of rust and mildew.
 
 
Bathroom
  
   Vinegar and water
          o    Can be used to clean surfaces, the bathtub/shower, the floor, and the sink.
 
   Vinegar (undiluted)
          o    Used to clean the inside of the toilet bowl to get rid of unsightly rings.
 
   Vinegar and Baking Soda
          o    Makes a great foaming cleanser.
 
   Lemon Juice
          o    Dissolves soap scum and hard water deposits

 
Laundry
 
   Vinegar
          o    Natural Fabric Softener, especially with families with sensitive skin, place ½ cup (undiluted) in with wash load.
          o    Can be used to clean the inside of the washer as well.
 
   Cornstarch
          o    Starching solution for clothing.
          o    Absorbs oils and greases.
 
   Toothpaste
          o    Very mild abrasive. Can also be used to remove stains on items such as white clothing and tennis shoes.
 
 
 
 Why are these products so amazing?
 
Vinegar
  •    Smell goes away once it dries
                 Disinfectant and deodorizer
  •    Is safe on skin, especially if you have sensitive skin.
  •    In the bathroom it will eat away soap scum and hard water stains on your fixtures leaving them shiny and beautiful.
  •    Can kill away mildew.
 
Lemon Juice
  •    Great substance to clean and shine brass and copper.
  •    1 cup olive oil and ½ cup lemon juice = furniture polish for hardware furniture. Use one cloth to rub and another one to wipe clean.
  •    Natural scrubber with some baking soda on the inside of a lemon that has been cut in half.
  •    Be aware it can act as natural bleach so test it out before use.
  •    Put a whole lemon peel through the garbage disposal for a fresh smell, oranges can also be used for the same purpose.
  •    Natural de-greaser
  •    Lemon juice is natural bleach, especially when combined with the sun.
 
 
Baking Soda
  •   Scrub surfaces in the same way that a mild non-abrasive commercial cleaner would. To be used on things that need to be scrubbed but not scratched.
  •   Can be used to soften laundry
  •   Amazing deodorizer.
  •   One of the most versatile cleaners on the planet.
  •   Works to remove stains.
 
Castile Soap
  •   liquid Castile soap is an excellent degreaser.

Salt
  •    Can be used to clean silver and copper.
 
Toothpaste
  •  Very mild abrasive. Can be used to clean silver. Can also be used to remove stains on items such as white clothing and tennis shoes.
 
Hydrogen Peroxide
  •  Disinfectant
  •  Can be used to clean up blood stains
 
 
 
There are commercial all- natural/green products that are available wherever natural products are sold, we have tested and proved the efficiency of these products to ensure they are safe around your home, pets, family.

If you would prefer that we use such a product we would need to know which one you would like us to use, we can provide a list of natural cleaners, please keep in mind it would be more costly.
 
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