Homeowners use ammonia in their laundry room because it works to dissolve grease and crush stains. It also helps to whiten white clothing and soften your bathroom towels! However, you have to be aware of the potent fumes and dangerous reactions that may occur if it is mixed with the wrong household cleaners. There are many different uses for ammonia in your laundry room and we are going to explain a few different uses! For starters, only use clear ammonia for your laundry especially lighter colored clothing, and avoid using ammonia on silk or wood!!
Many homeowners don’t know that apple cider vinegar is a miracle worker that is inexpensive and a natural alternative to commercial cleaners. Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is non-toxic, ideal to remove bacteria, mineral, dirt and it is biodegradable. ACV is used to make your whole house a lot cleaner, but it also is good for your health! Don’t let commercial sprays and the toxins contained inside effect your health. Check out the following cleaning methods with ACV to ensure a clean house and to leave your house smelling, unlike commercial cleaning sprays.
Whether you are just doing laundry for yourself or you have a house full of children that make never-ending piles of clothes that need to be washed, doing laundry can get overwhelming if you are working in a messy space. Washer and dryer units take up a lot of room wherever they are in your home, not to mention the extensive space that is occupied by laundry baskets and piles of clean or dirty clothes. Here are some great ways to clean and organize where you do your laundry that will make the process of doing laundry much easier for you. Continue reading