Top 3 Natural Cleaning Products You Need

Who wants to live in a dirty home? Nobody, that’s who. These days, almost everything in your house is cleanable with the help of various cleaning products. But you don’t have to use chemicals to achieve clean results. In fact, there are top 3 natural cleaning products are much better for you and for your family as well.

I want to share my top 3 natural cleaning products because I truly think they can make a tremendous difference in your home.

 What are Natural Products?

We made natural cleaners from ingredients that can be found in nature or in our kitchen cabinets. Some of the most commonly used natural cleaning products include baking soda, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, lemon juice, salt, lavender oil, lemon peels, and essential oils.


Vinegar can be used for so many things. It’s honestly amazing. If you’re looking for a good, all-purpose cleaner, vinegar is something that you should always have in your house. Since vinegar is acidic, it works great to remove rust. It also does a great job of breaking down grease and cutting through soap residue. If you have a hard time getting rid of stains on your carpet or in your clothes, vinegar can help you remove them. 

The best thing about vinegar is that it doesn’t have any negative side effects like the other products on this list do. It’s safe to use around children and pets, but it can still get the job done if you need to clean up after them too!

Olive Oil 

I have been using olive oil as a natural cleaning product for several years now. I first learned about it when I read The Wholesome Cookbook. Olive oil is wonderful to use because we can use it in so many ways. Here are some of how I use it: 

Cleaning Produce and Fruit: 

I use a little olive oil to clean off produce like apples and potatoes before eating them. It makes the fruit taste so much fresher! Just rub a little olive oil on your hands, then rub the produce along with your hands. Then just wash your hands as you normally would. 

Cleaning metal and glass:

I use the end of a paper towel to apply olive oil to my stainless steel sink, then wipe it down with another paper towel. This will leave your sink shiny and fingerprint-free! You can also use this method of metal silverware and glass cookware.

Baking Soda 

Baking soda is one of the most popular natural cleaning products you can use in your home. There are so many ways you can use it. You can clean your refrigerator, oven, microwave, flooring, and much more with baking soda. This ingredient is very cheap and an all-natural way to get rid of all the nasty things in your house. These are three significant reasons you should start using baking soda as one of your primary cleaning products today.


No matter what type of house you have, you can reduce the number of toxic chemicals in your home. And by using natural cleaning products, you will not only be reducing the harmful chemicals and toxins in your home but also money spent on cleaning products too.

10 Unusual Ways You Can Use Baking Soda

There are many items in your kitchen that can be used for multiple purposes. But one that stands out above the rest is baking soda. Yes, thatís right, simple, every day, right out of your pantry baking soda.

Here are ten ways you can use baking soda that goes beyond simply adding it to your favorite baked goods recipe:

You'll be amazed how effective this combination works. The drains will be clean and you wonít have added anything toxic to the drain system.

Here's what you do:

Pour one cup of regular table salt, one cup of baking soda, and half a cup of plain white vinegar down the drain. Leave it alone for 15 minutes and then pour two quarts of boiling water into the sink. Follow this by running the hot water into the sink for at least one minute.

Baking soda is truly a multi-purpose item. The applications extend way beyond just using it to make your biscuits light and fluffy.

Yes, You Can Use Vinegar and Baking Soda To Clean Any Part of The House!

How many cleaners do you have in your home? Do you have five, ten, or more? Did you know that if you have vinegar and baking soda, you can clean almost anything in your home?

You donít need the new cleaning products on the market. Not only are they laden with chemicals, but they donít really clean any better than homemade recipes.

Vinegar and baking soda, when used separately or together, can clean many of the items in your home just as well, if not better, than the cleaning products on the shelves of your local store. But what exactly can they be used for?

In the kitchen

Replace ìLiquid Plumberî by putting the following ingredients into your drain: 1 cup table salt, 1 cup baking soda, and Ω cup plain white distilled vinegar. Let them sit for at least 15 minutes. Then, carefully pour two quarts of boiling water into the sink. Follow that with running water for at least one minute. Your sink should now flow freely, and it wonít pollute the Earth.

Clean your microwave by boiling a mixture of one-fourth of a cup of vinegar and one cup of water. Boiling this solution will create steam in your microwave that will help loosen any stuck-on food. Just remove the food with a soft cloth or sponge.

In the living room

Is your carpet stale? Sprinkle baking soda straight from the box onto your carpeting. Leave it on the carpet for at least 15 minutes, and then vacuum it up. Your carpet will smell fresher, and you wonít be adding unneeded chemicals to your home. If youíd like a light fragrance, stir a few drops of essential oils into the baking soda, then use as described above.

Is that a stain on the carpet? Remove stains with a mixture of two tablespoons of salt dissolved in one-half cup of white distilled vinegar. Rub this mixture into the stain and let it dry. Vacuum the stain right up! Add two tablespoons of borax to the mixture if the stain is large or from a dark liquid.

What about the paneling? Does it look dull? Mix one pint of warm water, four tablespoons of vinegar, and two tablespoons of olive oil. This mixture, when applied to the paneling and left to soak into the wood, will clean your paneling. Polish the wood with a dry cloth to help revitalize it.

In the bathroom

Dip an old toothbrush into undiluted distilled white vinegar. Now scrub away the dirt and stains from the grout between the tiles in your shower or around your sink.

If your shower stall and doors need to be cleaned, make a solution of one-half cup white vinegar, and one-fourth cup of baking soda added to one gallon of warm water. Wipe down the walls and door with this solution immediately after a shower.

From these few hints, itís obvious that you can clean your home without commercial products. With vinegar and baking soda, and maybe one or two other ingredients, you can clean your whole house. Itíll be healthier for your family because you didnít use unnecessary chemicals to clean it.