Cleaning Your Carpet With Eco Friendly Products

Carpets have an unusual charm. If a room does not have a carpet, it may look naked and empty, on the contrary if it has one, the rooms acquire distinct character and feel welcoming and warm. Even though carpets are quite a common decoration tool, they have their negative sides as well. They have plenty of negative environmental impacts, even if they are made of modern materials. Filthy carpets can really rotten the air quality of your home. That is way cleaning a carpet regularly is important, but not all cleaning methods are good for the carpet or the inhabitants of the household. That is why here follow some alternative methods aimed at cleaning and refreshing your carpet. They do not require highly toxic products which could harm you or ruin your carpet.

To create a homemade carpet freshener, here is what you should do. Take one cup of crushed, dried herbs, one teaspoon ground cloves, one teaspoon cinnamon and one teaspoon baking soda. Mix the ingredients and afterwards spread the mixture over the carpet. Allow it to remain there for a couple of minutes, and then vacuum the cleaning solution. Alternative recipes include:

– Mix one small box of baking soda with a few drops of potpourri oil. Sprinkle the mixture on the carpet, and wait for 20 minutes before vacuuming.

– Use one cup baking soda, one cup cornstarch and 15 drops oil fragrance. Apply on the carpet and leave for 10 to 20 minutes, afterwards vacuum. It is good to store the mixture in a sealed container.

Cleaning your carpet routinely via homemade eco remedies will increase the quality of your home air and will allow you to breathe easily.

Here is a tip on how you can create e deep cleaning solution, by using eco friendly products. Mix ¼ cup liquid soap vegetable oil based and three tablespoons of water. Stir the ingredients via egg beater in a big bowl. After the mixture is ready, rub the foam on the stained areas. When finished rinse with water, and make sure to dry properly the carpet.

Even if you use those remedies regularly and clean thoroughly your carpet by using them. Still it is for the best to call firms offering eco-friendly carpet cleaning based for time to time. In terms of cleaning services has many firms using eco friendly cleaning products.

How to Clean a Burnt Pan

Sometimes when we cook and do something else in the same time, accidents happen and the food burns and sticks to the bottom of the pan. This is quite an unpleasant, but a very common situation. At least, it happens very often to me.

Most people usually rub and scrub their burnt utensils for hours, using expensive detergents and other materials. This is extremely unnecessary, as you have all you need in your kitchen cupboard, and all you have to do is to put some thought into your actions. Here are three techniques to clean your burnt pan, which I learned from a professional cleaner.

  • As soon as you throw away or eat what you’ve cooked/burnt, fill in the pan with water and put it back on the stove. Leave the water to start boiling and add a tablespoon of salt to it. Switch off the appliance, leave the pan for an hour and wash it afterwards.
  • The second method is almost the same as the first but instead of putting salt you must put baking soda into the water, and leave it to boil a couple of minutes more. Let the water to cool down, throw away the solution, and rub the burnt food from the pan with the back side of a sponge.
  • The last technique, is also with natural products. Put a tablespoon of salt and a tablespoon of bicarbonate of soda into the burnt pan, and pour one cup of vinegar over them. The products will start fuzzing, but when they calm down, fill up the pan with water and put it on the stove until it starts boiling. When the water cools down, the cleaning of your pan will be a piece of cake.