Friday, March 11, 2011
All Natural Cleaner
When thinking about the natural and healthy things that we put into our bodies, we often over look the things that are outside our bodies. What I mean by this is the things we have to touch on a daily basis. Like the sink, the toilet the doors knobs, etc.
If we can kill the germs before they are able to reach our bodies, the healthier we will be for it.
The majority of the products used today contain chemicals which can be just as bad as the germs that the product was made to fight. It is easier to keep our home clean verses having to go out into the public and deal with items that other people may have contaminated.
I just recently heard on the radio of a test that was conducted on the handles of shopping carts in various location stores with a result of 70% of the handles being contaminated with fecal matter.
Some stores are now displaying sanitation wipes for customers to use to clean the handles of their chosen shopping cart.
It is important to practice safe sanitation habits when out and about.
How many times have you gone out to a fast food restaurant and did not wash your hands before eating your hamburger? Or if you did go wash your hands, how many times did you touch the door knob when exiting the rest room? Did the person before you wash their hands when they left the rest room?
A safe practice for this situation is to use a paper towel to open the door before exiting the restroom and then throw the paper towel away after exiting.
Or how about the salt and pepper shakers sitting on the tables. Did you put salt or pepper or catchup on your burger and then use your hands to eat your burger? Or when you left the restaurant, did you pick your teeth with your finger nail?
These are the things we rarely think about that can spread germs to one another.
Listed below is an all natural cleaner that you can use around the home for sanitizing. The formal can be carried in a small spray bottle and placed in a purse or brief case to be used when away from home.
You may also be able to shop around and purchase products that are chemical free and all natural that do just as well as the chemical version.
Here is the formula:
• White Vinegar
• Lemon Juice
• Tea Tree Oil (optional)
Step 1: Fill a clean spray bottle half way with regular or distilled water.
Step 2: Fill the bottle nearly the rest of the way with white vinegar.
Step 3: Add a teaspoon of lemon, a dash of cinnamon, and 3-5 drops of
tea tree oil (tea tree oil kills germs naturally).
Step 4: Label the bottle or mark it in some way so its contents can be identified.