Eco-friendly cleaning ideas
Spraying the entirety of your place with bleach might seem like the only way to make things ‘clean’ after you have a mini get-together or even on a general basis. But do you know that cleaning your premises in Sydney this way is affecting you? Chemicals no matter how glorified they are in the cleaning industry are still toxic. Luckily, there are a lot of DIY chemical-free materials that you can use daily.
Although we would strictly recommend that you go with professional cleaning services in Sydney month-on-month for availing complete deep cleaning and on-premise sanitization.
Here are some of the chemical-free ingredients that we at JBN Cleaning recommend to you for everyday cleaning. You can make these with the ingredients you can find in your pantry without having to look any further.
Here are some of the chemical-free cleaning ingredients
1. Hard smudge cleaner
Cleaning in Sydney needs to be natural if you want the whole of our country to remain healthy. Here’s something we at JBN Cleaning would suggest for reducing your everyday hassles. Mix up white vinegar, water, and lemon rind at equal proportions. Pour it into a bottle that you would then have to set aside for a week to let them infuse for a week. Post this, you can transfer it into a spray bottle and use it to wipe away hard stains on walls and countertops. With the fresh scent, this offers, you can also be assured that it doesn’t leave away the uneasy smell that bleach leaves behind.
2. Glass cleaner
While cleaning services offer the best result compared to any homemade ingredients, your business might still not have enough bandwidth for outsourcing your everyday cleaning requirements. Commercial window cleaning is something that you can’t overlook in your everyday routine. Here’s how you can make an ingredient that works for glass surface cleaning.
- Take 2 cups of distilled water
- Add it with 2 spoons of vinegar
- Add a suitable amount of lemon rind to the mixture
- Mix 5 to 10 drops of essential oils if you wish. This can help you turn your cleaning recipe into a scented cleaning mixture.
- Set it aside in a glass bottle preferably in a warm ventilated area.
- Take it after three days, shake it up, and transfer it into a glass spray bottle.
- Use the mixture on the windows that you want to be cleaned and at JBN Cleaning we could also encourage you to use a microfiber cloth when cleaning these areas for that extra shine.
There are other natural ingredients that you can make a recipe out of for any of your needs when it comes to cleaning in Sydney. Here are something that we at JBN Cleaning would recommend you to try in case you’re not hiring a cleaning service in Sydney who can do it for you themselves.
3. Distilled white vinegar
This is synonymous with baking soda and it is more inexpensive than all the other chemical-based cleaners. It can also act as a natural disinfectant.
4. Hydrogen peroxide
Available in all local drug stores in Sydney and you can use it for different types of cleaning
5. Tea tree oil
It has a lot of inherent microbial properties and can be an effective floor cleaning disinfectant.
6. Olive oil
Olive oil can be used to give that final finish and an added shine to the surfaces after you clean them.
Another widely used DIY material for cleaning in Sydney.
Why should you consider using chemical-free cleaning ingredients?
- The overwhelming smell that the chemical supplies leave behind can affect the entire vibe of your place and also can be harmful to your respiratory system.
- Chemical-intensive cleaners can be harmful to the environment.
- Offers complete safety for everyday usage.
- Relatively inexpensive if you do it right.
- They make you less prone to allergies or other infections since they are mostly natural.
- They are gentle on sensitive skin even if in case you come in direct contact with them.
Okay, but what’s actually in a chemical cleaning supply that’s harmful?
Bleach contains chlorine and chloroform which are linked to respiratory and neurological effects. They can also be extra harmful when it comes in contact with any acids or ammonia.
Common skin and respiratory irritants.
Formaldehydes used for lengthening the lifetime of the chemicals and are a potential carcinogen.
Perchloroethylene is used in chemicals that are utilized in on-spot cleaning supplies and is claimed to be a neurotoxin and even a carcinogen.
Different combinations of chemical compounds are used here and they can trigger asthma, skin allergies, and eye irritation soon after their first scent.
At JBN Cleaning, we are strictly against all of these.
Hiring a professional cleaning service who are eco-conscious would be way easier
While preparing all the DIY material might sound simpler, it doesn’t always work to give you the results you’re looking for. There are some places or surfaces that might demand intensive understanding before you plunge into using all that you can find around. This right here is why you should consider hiring a professional cleaning service in Sydney for all your requirements.
At JBN Cleaning, we take the environment seriously. We are hell-bent on only sticking to supplies that are non-toxic, harmless, eco-friendly, and based on naturally available ingredients. We are constantly on the lookout for better products and equipment in the market to upgrade ourselves with the best. We have been setting a standard for commercial cleaning in Sydney for the past ten years and we are looking forward to continuing to do so.
At JBN Cleaning, your health concerns are what we factor into equations before all else. We have built a name for ourselves over the years for the diligence that we have been offering time and again. We don’t offer fixed packages but instead, we analyze your requirements and give you a quote based on the intensity of the work involved. Get in touch with us if you’re looking for an office cleaning service. You might even be surprised when you see how affordable we really are.