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Green Cleaning at Home

greenCounter tops, sinks, linoleum, tiles:

Baking soda is a great all around environmentally benign substitute for anywhere you’re accustomed to using powdered cleansers.  It rinses easily and, while it may require a bit more elbow grease, it is generally up to the task.  Baking soda is also cheaper to buy and certainly worth a try.

 Glass and Mirrors:

Try cleaning the windows in your home with 4 tablespoons of lemon juice mixed with a half gallon of water. If that doesn’t do the trick, you can give rubbing alcohol, witch hazel or vinegar a try. 

Of course you want to avoid using paper towels and newspapers are quite messy.  A better choice is a clean, lint-free rag, an old cotton T-shirt or cloth diaper.­  And a practical tip, courtesy of my mother – never do the windows when the sun is shining on them.