Non-Toxic Kitchen Cleaner

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Using less chemicals in the home is healthier for you and your family. Find out how to make an excellent cleaning agent that cost a fraction of the price of a store bought, chemical cleaning solution.

What You Will Need:

¼ Cup Baking Soda

Approximately 2 Tbsp. Peroxide

Directions:

Add ¼ cup of baking soda to a bowl. Add enough peroxide to make a paste. Use a fork to mix the two ingredients.

What to Clean With the Paste:

Pots and Pans

Stove

Oven

Refrigerator

Bath tub

Shower

Sink

Either apply paste to items by hand or add the paste to a clean sponge, for tougher stains. For particularly dirty baking pans, apply the paste to a balled up piece of aluminum foil and scrub. This method works better than using plain steel wool.

Do not save the mixture. Make the solution as needed to clean items. The paste works the best after it has just been mixed.

Do not use this paste on granite or natural stone countertops or on stainless steel appliances.  

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