Of all the cleaning jobs around the house, cleaning the shower is my least favourite. It was one of my chores when I was a kid, and for most of my adult life, I cleaned the shower exactly how my mum taught me. The problem was, the cleaning method I was taught used a LOT…
Painting the walls is an excellent way to freshen up a room. But what if it’s not in the budget? Here’s a frugal alternative to that is almost as good.
Save money and avoid chemicals when cleaning the windows by making our own DIY glass cleaner. Leave your windows glistening with this effective homemade cleaner.
Carpets starting to be a little bit smelly? You don’t need to buy commercial carpet deodorisers that contain artificial ingredients. Instead, try this old-fashioned effective DIY carpet deodoriser that you probably already have in your pantry.
A tidy living space is good for your mental wellbeing. It also makes having visitors a lot less stressful. But who wants to clean all the time? Here’s how to have a tidy house (especially if you have young kids) without all the effort.
Better than rags made from hubby’s old undies’, these reusable homemade cleaning cloths are super simple to make and practically free if you use an old towel and fabric you have around the home. Pair these cloths with homemade all purpose cleaning spray for a frugal and naturally clean home.
You don’t need a whole host of cleaning products filled with nasty chemicals to have a clean home. Just three simple, natural, cheap ingredients will do the lot. Save money, your health and the environment with these natural homemade cleaners.