Cleaning and Disinfecting with Vinegar

Cleaning and Disinfecting with Vinegar

When it comes to home cleaning, there are always a plethora of chemicals to choose from. You will want to employ maid services if you don’t have time to get all of your cleaning done. In this modern world, residential cleaning can be the last thing of some people’s minds. This is why house cleaning services exist. We will be exploring cleaning and disinfecting with vinegar in this blog. It will help you to learn more about how this natural home product can work for your cleaning needs whether you hire staff or do your residential cleaning yourself.

Is There a Special Vinegar Used for Cleaning?

You might be surprised to learn that white vinegar from your pantry is what people use to clean the home. You don’t need to use it at full strength either. You can dilute it in parts of one to four. The one part will be vinegar while the next three parts will be water. The water you use can be tap water, provided that it is clean in your area.

What Kinds of Items Can You Clean?

There is really a variety of home items that you can clean. Vinegar is a disinfectant, so you can use it anywhere that you would usually disinfect. You might want to use something a bit stronger on the toilet bowl. However, vinegar can still serve to clean even your toilet. You can use vinegar anywhere that you want to get a good clean without disrupting your septic system. This is helpful too if you live in the country and you have a septic tank installed on your property. It can be used for indoor as well as outdoor usage. You can always make the concentration a little stronger if you feel that your area merits it.

The Hypoallergenic Effects of Vinegar

It really depends on how against store-bought cleaners that you are. You may find that you get itchy from cleaning with cleaning products. This might be a sign that you have sensitive skin. It may also indicate that the product you use is irritating your skin. If it irritates your skin, it is bound to have the same effect when you touch the residue on your appliances. In this case, you can use vinegar as a stand-in for cleaning. Most people find that vinegar does not have the same annoying effects. It can be consumed, so it’s generally also safe to use on surfaces without any problems. People with allergies should give vinegar a try.

What If You Employ a Cleaning Service?

Just because you employ a cleaning service doesn’t mean that you have to let them use their chemicals in your home cleaning. House cleaning services are ready and willing to accommodate their clients. You can definitely ask them in advance to do the cleaning with vinegar if this is your comfort zone. The only caveat to this is that you should probably be asking ahead of time. They need time to purchase supplies if they don’t have vinegar on hand. You can also offer to provide the vinegar upon their arrival if it’s not in their usual arsenal.

Dwhite Casper

Dwhite Casper

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