DIY Natural Floor Cleaner

This won’t sparkle, and sometimes it leaves the odd streak, but it is great for all types of hard floor. The secret is to use a barely damp mop, not a soaking one. An old-fashioned rag mop which you can still buy at hardware stores works very well. It’s also a good idea to carry around a shaker full of Wendyl’s Premium Baking Soda to sprinkle on any hard-to-shift spots as you go. The baking …

 

 

Do This For Sparkling De-fogged Mirrors

Cleaning your bathroom mirrors is as simple as spraying with a solution of one part water to one part Wendyl’s Premium Double Strength White Vinegar or you can use our pre-made Wendyl’s Glass Cleaner that also contains essential oils for a sparkling, clean, finish. If you don’t have premium white vinegar or natural glass cleaner but you do have soda water … try filling a spray bottle with it and use that on your mirrors, …

 

 

DIY Natural Oven Cleaner

Cleaning the oven is potentially one of the most toxic jobs we do in our homes. If you’ve had a look at the ingredients that are in oven cleaners from the supermarket, you’ve no doubt been horrified. Fortunately, there is a much less toxic yet option: Green Goddess Premium Baking Soda and Green Goddess Premium Soda Ash mixed together and left overnight will remove grime effectively. If your oven is in a really bad way …

 

 

14 Household Uses For Soda Ash

Soda ash is baking soda’s older, gruntier brother. It’s a powerful natural cleaner but unlike its counterpart, it cannot be eaten. Soda ash, other wise known as sodium carbonate, is fine with a powdery consistency where as washing soda (often called soda ash) is gritty and harder to work with. We only use Wendyl’s Green Goddess Premium Soda Ash in our natural cleaning and laundry products with it’s high alkalinity (PH of 11) it’s brilliant for removing …