One option is to follow a frugal cleaning lifestyle. This is characterized by the minimal use of commercially bought chemicals for cleaning. Mostly, safer alternatives that can be found at home are used instead. Have you ever thought of using vinegar, salt, baking soda, and borax when cleaning your house? Also, a frugal cleaning lifestyle includes recycling cleaning tools to save on cost. It also involves turning non-cleaning tools into cleaning tools (using old toothbrush to clean nook and crannies in the bathroom). So if you are looking for ways on how to cut on cleaning supplies and cleaning tools costs, you are in the right place. You will also benefit from the healthier cleaning methods of frugal cleaning lifestyle.
A collection of great hints and tips on going 'green'. Includes vinegar, citrus fruits and salt!
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