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Homemade Cleaners

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When cleaning your home, there are so many available options to choose from, and if you are like most, you just add Clorox to your grocery list and pick it up at the local department store. Yet, often times, these cleaners are costly, they aren't always the safest for your home environment, and they aren't the most eco-friendly. What most don't realize is you have some options that are time efficient and will save you money in the long run. 

First, it's important to recognize exactly what you use on a regular basis. What do you use when washing your clothes, cleaning your bathrooms, your countertops, or even your carpets? Make a list of these items, and determine which items you are willing to have an alternative to. Then comes the fun part, you actually get to make your own household cleaners! This is a great way to save a buck, and gives you a way to work around your family's needs. Whether it's homemade laundry soup, an eco-friendly safe spray to wipe down counters and other items that build residue, or even a bathroom cleaner that leaves your toilets, sinks, and tubs in pristine condition. The task might require an afternoon of your time, but often times this saves you from the additional trip to the store, and will last your throughout the months to come. Want to get started? Click here for your homemade household cleaner recipes. 

Also, for some of you, you are looking for the necessary tools you will need as you venture into your new home. If you are like most people, before you move in, you like to give it a good scrub. Each of these recipes are great for giving your new place another round of cleaning without it being hazardous to your health. Maybe you are all set on the cleaning supplies, but have yet to find that home to apply them to? Well, you are in the right place! Please contact us at Rowe Real Estate, and we would be happy to assist in all your needs. 

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