1. White Vinegar Les than $5
White vinegar is freakishly acidic which makes it wonderful for cleaning hard water, cutting grease, shining glass, and it is even good for getting rid of bad odors. You can also use it for cleaning sealed wood furniture, glass, and even on fabric. You can also put white vinegar in a spray bottle and spray or mist the carpets, drapes, and upholstered furniture for a dustless odorless result.
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2. Microfiber Cloths around $20
Unlike paper towels, microfiber cloths are 100% reusable. They are super absorbent and best for cleaning up dirt and liquids. A microfiber cloth can absorb almost 10 times its weight. It is the perfect ecofriendly cleaning product. It can even clean without adding chemical products. Just add water and wipe. You can buy microfiber towels from Costco in the automotive cleaning department in bulk.
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3. Dawn Soap and Water $5 or less
Dawn soap is a degreaser, it’s made for cleaning dishes but can be used on other products and has been used to remove oil from wildlife animals as well. Procter and Gamble often tout of how Dawn soap is so simple and natural that actually saved wild life when used during the Exxon Valdez oil spill 1973 and the Oil Rig explosion in 2010 to remove the oil from animals. Mixed with water, Dawn soap makes a great general all purpose cleaner. It can be used to clean the stove, sink, bathtub, you name it…
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4. Bon Ami $10
Bon Ami is made with baking soda and feldspar. It is in a container that is easy to shake and pour, and can be used to remove the toughest stains.
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5. Spray Bottles, bucket
Spray bottles and buckets are needed in all cleaning jobs. With spray bottles, you can carry, spray, and spread disinfecting chemicals over all surface areas. A bucket is an obvious need, that can be used to contain liquid or move cleaning products.
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