Is your cleaning supplies cabinet overflowing with all sorts of different cleaning products? Everytime you open the cabinet door, spray bottles, canisters, and sponges tumble out, and you can’t decide which cleaner to use on which surface. Even worse, your shopping trips consist of filling your cart with a different product for every item and area in your home.

If you are looking to clear away the clutter when it comes to your cleaning supplies and reduce your cleaning supplies list as well, you can consider these natural cleaning products to take their place. At Bee Maids, we understand your concerns about keeping your home not only clean but safe from harmful products.  Using natural cleaning products can shorten your cleaning supplies list and give you the confidence that the products you are using not only give you the results you want but are safe for your home. You likely have some of these natural solutions on hand.  

Vinegar and Water

Eco-friendly natural cleaners. Vinegar, baking soda, salt, lemon and essential oil.

White vinegar and water might be the most versatile natural cleaner yet! Safe and handy, you can feel confident that it’ll do the dirty week and keep your family safe. Vinegar also has antiseptic properties that can safely make sanitation a breeze.

Glass Cleaner

Perfect for a glass cleaner, it will leave your windows and mirrors streak free and squeaky clean. Mix it up in a spray bottle and get to work! The University of Hawaii, Extension Service recommends a ratio of 1 cup vinegar in 1-quart water.

Hardwood Floor Cleaner

If you have hardwood floors in your home, you will want to be careful about what products you are using. Many floor cleaners can dull your wood floors, leave behind a residue, and can even break down the integrity of the flooring. Vinegar and water make for a convenient, safe, and effective floor cleaner. Use it to mop with, or in a spray bottle for spot cleaning.

Surface Cleaner

Vinegar and water can also be a fantastic surface cleaner for kitchen and bathroom countertops, stovetops, appliances and more. You can wipe down any surface safely with it, and it will help remove odors and germs with its excellent antiseptic properties.  

Baking Soda

Baking soda is a useful household item that you probably already have in your kitchen. It can be used for a variety of cleaning purposes as well.

Toilet Bowl Cleaner

You can skip out on scrubbing your toilet (unless it’s a big mess) by adding a cup of baking soda to your toilet bowl and letting it sit for an hour. After the hour is up, add one cup of white vinegar and let it sit for another five minutes. Go ahead and flush and enjoy the powerful results!

Range Hood Fan Cleaner

Your range hood exhaust fan may be one of the most overlooked items when it comes to cleaning. Once you take a look at the greasy, dusty filters, you’ll immediately want to clean them up. Figuring out the best way to clean them can be tricky due to the type of material and all of the grooves in them,

Baking soda is a simple and effective way to get these grates clean. Simply bring a large stock pot of water to boil, slowly add a half cup of baking soda, and then insert your filter. After you’ve boiled it for about five minutes, rinse it clean and let it dry.

Grout Cleaner

Cleaning grout is one of the toughest and least favorite jobs in the bathroom or kitchen. Scrubbing stubborn grout until it’s clean again can be time-consuming and a pain. Mixing baking soda with water to create a paste makes it one of the best natural cleaning products, and it will make cleaning your grout easier and leave it looking fabulous.

Essential Oils

Backing soda, towels, essential oils,, spray bottle and gloves

Have you heard about essential oils by now? They are gaining popularity for household use when it comes to health and wellness and cleaning! Whether you use them in a diffuser, on your body, or to clean with, they’re a great addition to your home. Just a few drops of oil like lemon, pine, or orange can make your natural cleaning products more effective and smell great!

Floor Cleaner

Add a few drops of lemon or orange essential oils to your vinegar and water cleaner to improve effectiveness and smell. Great for hardwood floors and other hard surfaces, too, your floors will be clean and smell fantastic too.

Carpet Freshener

A fantastic way to give your carpet a fresh smell is with baking soda and lemon essential oil. Add 20 drops of lemon to one cup of baking soda. Just shake well, allow to dry for six to eight hours, and then sprinkle on your carpet, letting it sit overnight. You’ll love the fresh scent and won’t have to worry about kids or pets crawling around on your carpet.

Cut Back Your Cleaning Supplies List

Baking soda with vinegar, natural mix for effective house cleaning

These natural household products can help reduce your cleaning supplies list by eliminating the need for many store-bought household cleaning products. You’ll love the simplicity of using items like baking soda and vinegar to effectively and safely clean your home.

If you are looking for other ways to shorten your cleaning supplies list and get that cabinet cleaned out, consider contacting Bee Maids for recurring cleaning services. Let them handle not only the cleaning but the cleaning products as well.

You won’t have to keep a large stock of cleaning products when using Bee Maids, as they can provide the necessary cleaning products to keep your home clean and fresh. You can use your natural cleaning products to touch things up in between cleanings and significantly reduce your cleaning supplies list at the same time.

Reorganize your cleaning cabinet today, and remove the ones you won’t be needing anymore. Replace them with these all-natural solutions instead, and let Bee Maids cover the rest!