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Make A Poultice

You can make a poultice to draw infection, treat boils and abcesses, relieve inflammation or a rash or simply draw the poison from a bee sting!

The paste can be applied directly to the skin and covered with a piece of clean cloth. The cloth can then be covered with plastic wrap to hold in the moisture. A compress is used the same way but usually warm liquids are applied to the cloth instead of raw substances.

The list of ingredients to use for a homemade poultice is endless!

Don’t forget that you can use poultices or compresses on your pets and livestock also!

You may want a thin layer of cloth between your skin and the onion. A homemade mustard poultice is very powerful and can burn your skin if applied directly. Mash the fresh weed for the paste or use a tincture as a compress. Simply heat milk and add a bit of bread, wrap in gauze or cheese cloth and place on cut or wound.

Snip or crush a small handful of comfrey leaves into a dish. Let cool a little then spread the pulp directly on the affected area. Pour off excess water and mix in 2 tablespoons of slippery elm powder. I can’t afford a dr and don’t go to them unless i have no other choices. I have used tabacco poultices for over 30 years for insect stings. Human organs such as the liver lungs and kidneys are over engineered. The dentist kept throwing antibiotics at it, but it kept returning. My brother was afflicted with a large boil to the side of the nose. The poultice can be changed every 3 to 4 hours or whenever it dries out. These poultices can even be used to treat chest congestion, hemorrhoids and earaches.

A potato poultice is good for inflammation and eye troubles such as conjunctivitis. For even better results take up to one teaspoon tumeric in a cup of warm milk along with using the external tumeric poultice. It works pretty fast and often much better than over the counter products.

Cover with gauze and bandage to hold in the poultice in place. Mash thyme leaves and cover with boiling water (same as comfrey poultice). Learn how to make a poultice for warts and wart removal home remedies here!

You can wrap a word in square brackets to make it appear bold. I boil small amount of milk, add small amount of vinegar until it forms a ball. Depending on the time of day, we would just leave it on overnight. It sounds disgusting, but it is your own perfect pharmacy – a healing cocktail mixed personally for you, by you! I had no insurance of any and also was unemployed at the time. Learn a simple meditation that you can do just about anywhere!

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Honey is collected from wild bee colonies, or from hives of domesticated bees, a practice known as beekeeping. Honey use and production have a long and varied history as an ancient activity. The honey stomach holds about 40 mg of nectar, or roughly 50% of the bee’s unloaded weight, which can require over a thousand flowers and more than an hour to fill. The hive bees then use their honey stomachs to ingest and regurgitate the nectar, forming bubbles between their mandibles, repeatedly until it is partially digested. The honeycomb is removed from the hive and the honey may be extracted from that, either by crushing or by using a honey extractor. The amount of food necessary to survive the winter depends on the variety of bees and on the length and severity of local winters. If exposed to moist air, its hydrophilic properties pull moisture into the honey, eventually diluting it to the point that fermentation can begin.

The bees mix glucose oxidase with expelled nectar they previously consumed, which then creates two byproducts: gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide, partially responsible for honey’s acidity and ability to suppress bacterial growth. The practice was common dating back to ancient times, when honey was sometimes blended with plant syrups such as maple, birch, or sorghum and sold to unsuspecting customers. In an unadulterated honey, the carbon isotopic ratios of sugars and proteins should match. Honey barbecue and honey mustard are other common flavors used in sauces. Cell immobilization methods, however, proved effective for enhancing mead quality.

At room temperature, honey is a supercooled liquid, in which the glucose will precipitate into solid granules.

Instead, as the temperatures become lower, the viscosity of honey increases. Viscosity increase due to cooling occurs very slowly at first. Honeys from heather or manuka display thixotropic properties. The fructose gives a negative rotation, while the glucose gives a positive one.

However, honey contains fructose, which caramelizes at lower temperatures than glucose. The specific types of acids and their amounts play a primary role in determining the exact temperature. However, the reaction can also be slowed by storing the honey at colder temperatures. Melting crystallized honey can easily result in localized caramelization if the heat source is too hot, or if it is not evenly distributed. The pollen in honey is traceable to floral source and therefore region of origin. The taste may vary from year to year, and the aroma and the flavor can be more or less intense, depending on which bloomings are prevalent. Monofloral honeys have distinctive flavors and colors because of differences between their principal nectar sources. In practice, because of the difficulties in containing bees, a small proportion of any honey will be from additional nectar from other flower types. Honeydew honey is popular in some areas, but in other areas, beekeepers have difficulty selling the stronger-flavored product. This honey has a much larger proportion of indigestibles than light floral honeys, thus causing dysentery to the bees,[74] resulting in the death of colonies in areas with cold winters.

Bees collecting this resource also have to be fed protein supplements, as honeydew lacks the protein-rich pollen accompaniment gathered from flowers. It also liquefies any microcrystals in the honey, which delays the onset of visible crystallization. Heat also affects appearance (darkens the natural honey color), taste, and fragrance. Raw honey contains some pollen and may contain small particles of wax. When honey is exposed to ultrasonication, most of the yeast cells are destroyed. Ultrasonication also eliminates existing crystals and inhibits further crystallization in honey.

The processing also produces a honey with a smooth, spreadable consistency.

This process may or may not include the use of drying and anticaking agents. As an alternative to this labor-intensive method, plastic rings or cartridges can be used that do not require manual cutting of the comb, and speed packaging.

Honey gets its sweetness from the monosaccharides fructose and glucose, and has about the same relative sweetness as sucrose (granulated sugar).

Honey is produced by bees collecting nectar for use as sugars consumed to support metabolism of muscle activity during foraging or to be st ored as a long-term food supply. In cold weather or when other food sources are scarce, adult and larval bees use stored honey as food. The forager bees then return to the hive, where they regurgitate and transfer nectar to the hive bees. The bubbles create a large surface area per volume and a portion of the water is removed through evaporation. The bees work together as a group with the regurgitation and digestion for as long as 20 minutes, passing the nectar from one bee to the next, until the product reaches the honeycombs in storage quality. As removed from the hive by a beekeeper, honey has a long shelf life and will not ferment if properly sealed. These species are known to feed on nectar and produce honey. To safely collect honey from a hive, beekeepers typically pacify the bees using a bee smoker. Before the invention of removable frames, bee colonies were often sacrificed to conduct the harvest. Many species other than humans are attracted to wild or domestic sources of honey.

Honey, and objects immersed in honey, have been preserved for centuries. Adulteration of honey is sometimes used as a method of deception when buyers are led to believe that the honey is pure. Sometimes, crystallized honey was mixed with flour or other fillers, hiding the adulteration from buyers until the honey was liquefied. Primary fermentation usually takes 28 to 56 days, after which the must is placed in a secondary fermentation vessel for 6 to 9 months of aging.

Although supplementation of the must with nitrogen, salt, or vitamins has been tested to improve mead qualities, no evidence suggests that adding nutrients reduced fermentation time or improved quality. Fresh honey is a supersaturated liquid, containing more sugar than the water can typically dissolve at ambient temperatures. This forms a semisolid solution of precipitated glucose crystals in a solution of fructose and other ingredients. The rate of crystallization is affected by many factors, but the primary factor is the ratio of the main sugars: fructose to glucose. Some types of honey may produce very large but few crystals, while others produce many small crystals. Like most viscous liquids, the honey becomes thick and sluggish with decreasing temperature.

The sheet-like appearance of the flow is the result of high viscosity and low surface tension, contributing to the stickiness of honey. The higher the water percentage, the more easily honey flows.

These types of honey enter a gel-like state when motionless, but then liquify when stirred. The effect honey has on light is useful for determining the type and quality. The overall rotation can be used to measure the ratio of the mixture. Like all sugar compounds, honey caramelizes if heated sufficiently, becoming darker in color, and eventually burns. Of these acids, the amino acids, which occur in very small amounts, play an important role in the darkening of honey. Maillard reaction occurs slowly at room temperature, taking from a few to several months to show visible darkening, but speeds up dramatically with increasing temperatures. However, honey takes substantially longer to liquify when just above the melting point than at elevated temperatures.

Honeys can be from specific types of flower nectars or can be blended after collection.

The rheological and melissopalynological properties of honey can be used to identify the major plant nectar source used in its production. To produce monofloral honey, beekeepers keep beehives in an area where the bees have access to only one type of flower. Honeydew honey is very dark brown in color, with a rich fragrance of stewed fruit or fig jam, and is not as sweet as nectar honeys. The production of honeydew honey has some complications and dangers.

Good beekeeping management requires the removal of honeydew prior to winter in colder areas. Raw honey is as it exists in the beehive or as obtained by extract ion, settling, or straining, without adding heat (although some honey that has been “minimally processed” is often labeled as raw honey). Those cells that survive sonication generally lose their ability to grow, which reduces the rate of honey fermentation substantially. Creamed honey contains a large number of small crystals, which prevent the formation of larger crystals that can occur in unprocessed honey. It is traditionally collected using standard wooden frames in honey supers. Comb honey harvested in the traditional manner is also referred to as “cut-comb honey”.

Baker’s honey is outside the normal specification for honey, due to a “foreign” taste or odor, or because it has begun to ferment or has been overheated. Additional requirements exist for labeling baker’s honey, including that it may not be sold labelled simply as “honey”.

Homemade Bleach by

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And besides, some people are allergic to chlorine – might there be a decent alternative for them? The long answer – yes, but with different recipes for laundry and cleaning if you really want to knock out viruses, not just mold and bacteria. Honestly, chlorine inhalation is what bothers me most about having it in my home. Two, sodium hydroxide is highly corrosive, and even though it has changed states here due to the chemical reaction with water and chlorine, the mixture is still corrosive. In its purest form, hydrogen peroxide even sometimes used to propel rockets because of its explosive nature!

Because it weakens and loses its potency so quickly once mixed, there is no “recipe” for it beyond that, as you don’t want to mix it up ahead of time.

And of course, you’ll have the best results if you spray and let it sit to dry without wiping or rinsing. The lemon juice is actually an important part of this recipe, so don’t skip it. So why not thank them in ways that they’ll truly appreciate?

One person at this forum purports that the standard rule of thumb is 8-10 oz of 35% hydrogen peroxide to 1000 gallons water to attain a reading of 30 ppm after application. Can either of these be used safely to soak our vegetables in for parasitical and amebic reasons?

The bugs and parasites you’re dealing with are nasty – you don’t want to mess with them!

So, again, the easiest source is the stuff from any drugstore. But that’s outside the scope of this post – that’s a different subject entirely. I shared this in a fb group and plan to make some soon!

Lemon essential oil does have potent antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, which certainly makes the bleach more effective, but there are other essential oils that are potent in that regard as well.

I would just add a few drops (5-10) of any other scent, but you can certainly add more if you’d like. Want an alternative to chlorine bleach but don’t want to make your own? To decide whether homemade bleach is right for you, first you should know your ingredients, both of regular chlorine bleach (aka sodium hypochlorite) and the homemade versions. Chlorine fumes can cause everything from mild headaches and dizziness to internal tissue damage of the nasal, pulmonary, and bronchial tissues, if the exposure is either severe or prolonged. You may remember sodium hydroxide as the active ingredient in drain cleaner and the ingredient we use in soapmaking to convert oils into soap (it’s also known as “caustic lye”). However, at the concentrations we use here, the corrosive levels are very low and there is very little vapor vulnerability. Lasts up to 1 month in a clear bottle, 2-3 months in a dark bottle. Wrap the spray bottle in a brown paper lunch bag and secure at the top.

The citric acid acts as a whitener, a very mild disinfectant, and as a water softener (thus allowing stains to be lifted out more easily). So why not thank them in ways that they’ll truly appreciate? These recipes are an alternative to chlorine bleach, but they are bleaches in and of themselves. I was wondering what sort of hydrogen peroxide you use; are some brands better than others, without stabilizers and such?

If you have 29% on hand, you can use it, but you’ll need to add a fair bit of water, as 29% is quite powerful and will burn your skin and corrode various surfaces on contact. Certainly feel free to mix it up according to your mood or preference!

If you would prefer to skip the essential oils altogether, they aren’t absolutely required (so feel free to leave them out), but they certainly do give the bleach its effective punch for disinfecting surfaces.

How To Remove Ringworm Fungus » How To Clean Stuff.Net by

Ringworm is a fungus that grows on skin and sheds spores, which is how it transfers to others. The spores can shake loose virtually anywhere in the environment, which is why keeping the ringworm covered is so important, but good air circulation is also needed for the infection to heal so the clothing must to be loose-fitting. Once a thorough cleaning has been done, close contact with the infection or items that are in contact with the infection is the greatest risk of it spreading. To use turmeric, mix a little water with powdered turmeric to make a paste that is about the consistency of toothpaste.

Leave the bandage and paste on for 20-30 minutes, then wipe it off. Keep the area covered with breathable clothing, such as a long-sleeve shirt or pants, as much as possible to prevent the spread of spores. Some dry clean only fabrics can be safely be washed when needed. Otherwise, using a home dry cleaning kit can allow you to expose the item to the heat of the dryer for longer, increasing the effectiveness of killing the fungus. Allow the spray to sit on the clothing for a few hours to penetrate the spores and kill them. Washing without anti-fungal spray should still kill the spores. Fill the washing machine as normal with laundry detergent, water, and clothing. Borax can be used in addition to your normal laundry detergent. Just be sure to dilute it in water first to avoid getting dye stains on your clothes. However, that does require moving the item, which may not be the easiest solution.

If neither of the above methods are possible, you can spray the upholstery with either a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and water or with an antifungal spray.

Spray the mixture over the leather and let it sit for 10 minutes, then wipe off the spray. To do so, wet a cloth with the alcohol, then wipe it over the surface of the leather. If you wish to clean your carpet, begin by spraying it with an anti-fungal spray. Both the spray and the hot water will help to kill and remove the spores.

Be sure to tell them that you are trying to remove the fungus, so they can use the appropriate products. If you are not sure it is safe for your specific surface, test it in a small hidden area first. Put the item in a bowl of white vinegar or spray it on the surface and let it soak for 10 minutes. This method should never be used for jewelry that contains stones however, as the acid can etch or damage some stones. Gold items can be placed in the sun for 30 minutes, as long as they do not have any stones that can be bleached in sunlight.

Brass and copper items should never be put in the sun as they can tarnish, and they should never be cleaned with alcohol as it can removed their lacquer. You can help it do this by boosting your immune system. For any items that have loose parts like buttons or toys with sewn or glued eyes, put them in a pillowcase for washing. Heat is also effective for killing ringworm, so any item that can withstand high heat can be steamed or ironed as well. Doesn’t have to be organic, but make sure it is without dyes or additives. Next find a small jar with a good lid; a baby food container or the like. This will be a very strong solution, and is not for areas around the eye or mouth. Immediately stops the itch, prevents spread and clears-up in a couple days. This is very useful when treating a pet or when checking for the fungus. Great if it glows, but if it doesn’t, that doesn’t mean it’s not ringworm.

I was told that one week after it stops glowing, no infection. Yes, the whole house needs to be disinfected, and more than once. Vet says there’s an 80% chance the spots are ringworm and gave me sulfur bath. When ringworm fungus enters your home, classroom, or daycare center, every precaution and cleaning measure needs to be taken to stop it from spreading.

These spores can be difficult to remove once they have spread, which is why proper cleaning is necessary. The good news is that a thorough cleaning to start out paired with taking precautions to keep the ringworm covered can resolve this problem and only as-needed cleaning will be required from there. Those in tropic areas that remain humid and warm year-round should take additional precautions as the spores can survive longer in that environment. If treating an infection on your pet, be sure to get a product that is specifically recomended for their species. To use white vinegar, simply spray or wipe undiluted white vinegar onto the ringworm three times each day. Spread the paste over the ringworm, then put a bandage over the area.

If your item is dry clean only, then that will have to do unless you want to wash it anyway. Sprays that are used to kill other fungi, such as athlete’s foot would work. Dilute the white vinegar with an equal amount of water in a spray bottle. Allow the cycle to run for a few minutes to disperse the soap throughout the water and clothing. Another great way to kill any ringworm that might be on cloth upholstery is to use a steam cleaner. It is not likely that the spores will thrive on the carpet because there is no moisture to support them. Next, fill the carpet cleaner/steamer with hot water and clean the entire area. Carpet shampoo can also be added for additional cleaning power.

It is also possible to have the fungus removed by having a professional clean the carpets. Isopropyl alcohol can also be used to kill ringworm, however, it should never be used on wood as it can damage the finish.

Also, any jewelry item that has glued parts should never be soaked as the glue can come loose. Silver jewelry that does not have any stones can be wiped with isopropyl alcohol, then rinsed with water. Pets can also carry ringworm and their areas will need to be treated as well. Leaving items in the sun for just 30 minutes can kill the fungi and fungal spores on the surface of the item. If you don’t have a steamer, you can (carefully!) hold an item over the spout of a steaming tea kettle. Make sure it is clear, like aloe is supposed to be, and without things for sunburns, like lidocaine. Fill the jar 3/4 of the way with the aloe, and then the rest of the 1/4 with tea tree oil.

Continue using after the ringworm is gone, for at least a week, if only once a day. Never, never, ever treat cats or dogs with tea tree oil!

I read horror stories on the internet from people who had it, treated it, thought it was gone and it appeared again, sometimes for as long as a year! I repeated this a couple of times a day and it was gone in five days. Instructions to wash any spots with anti-fungal soap, and dry thoroughly. Vacuum carpet often and shampoo further into kitten’s medicine process. Noticed spots on the kitten 2 days ago and brought him to the vet yesterday. I bathed him last night to one of the worst experiences ever.

Senior Biology by

You can think that nature has manipulated the variables but it is still appropriate to class one as dependent and one as independent. Although some micro-organisms are deliberately used to make foods such as yoghurt and cheese, other microbes ‘spoil’ food. He was able to reduce mortality of post operative surgery by up to 45%. Small paper discs (like out of a hole punch) are sterilised and then soaked into different anti-microbials.

Detergents and 70% alcohol have some microbiocidal effect but are not sporicidal and dry out skin surfaces. The diameter of the zone of inhibition is a measure of the effectiveness of an anti-microbial compound. Despite this, much is still to be learnt about the mode of action of these active agents on bacteria such as those shown above. Do probiotics survive the digestive tract as claimed?

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system. After 3 days in the incubator, there was growth on many (but not all) plates. Flood waters are known to contain viruses, molds and bacteria that can easily become air borne, and combined with sewage and toxins in flood waters this makes a dangerous combination. Insurance companies wouldn’t bother to clean moldy carpets because many molds produce mycotoxin which is very dangerous for humans as well as animals. Measure the size of the colony after a few days and then place a square of filter paper on the agar with various amounts of clove oil added and note the growth over the next week. Be warned: you will need to consider health risks before you get started, and your teacher will need to approve your plans.

Place the mold solution on a nutrient agar plate and incubate for a while.

Growth of molds at different concentrations of clove oil ranging from zero on the left to 100% oil on the right. Whilst students may choose various aspects of physiology, such as rates of photosynthesis or respiration, membrane permeability or diffusion rates, a popular experiment involves enzyme activity. This experiment involved varying the amount of amylase to determine the effect this has on the speed of starch break down. Alternatively, some students examined the effect of the emulsification of fat through the use of different quantities of dishwashing liquid to mimic the act of bile salts to see what effect this has on the speed of the reaction. The presence of lactic acid, produced during the lactic acid fermentation is responsible for the sour taste and for the improved microbiological stability and safety of the food. Be careful if you intend to measure titratable acidity as a function of time eg “time elapsed” (rather than just as a function of some manipulated variable (such as temperature). Note about identifying variables: “time elapsed” can be a controlled variable or independent variable (or both) in this experiment (and others that involve collecting data over a period of time). There are two independent variables: “time” and “temperature” but they can be examined separately. The difficulty with the second approach is the control of other potentially influential variables (such as humidity – as you have to take what you get).

You can run the statistics on each pair separately, but, for students who are not that “stats-savvy” then they could look for interactions between them at a visual level. Food, as well as meeting the nutritional requirements of humans, will also meet the nutritional needs of a vast range of micro-organisms. The discs are placed onto the agar plates and then into the incubator for a couple of days. Students have used the width of this ring to indicate effectiveness (and to collect quantitative data). For example, phenols sterilise well but are corrosive and toxic. This photo shows zones of inhibition around filter paper disks saturated with anti-microbial compounds. Mounting concerns over the potential for microbial contamination and infection risks in the food and general consumer markets have led to increased use of antiseptics and disinfectants by the general public. We usually think of bacteria as something that causes diseases. Probiotics are often called “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. Even after flood waters recede, the residue left behind contains the same micro-organisms.

One common way to get rid of mold is to wash the affected area in a clove oil solution. You could grow some mold on bread (such as the black-green mold pictured below) and place a few drops of a solution of it on a nutrient agar plate and then incubate it. As another treatment you could add the clove oil filter paper at the time of innoculation.

If you want to control the type of mold present – and consider the naturally occuring molds too haphazard – then you could consider buying a specific strain. Clove oil is one way to remove it although some expert cleaners prefer bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Just seal a slice of bread in a plastic bag with a few drops of water and wait a few days. You can see the oil-impregnated filter paper square has killed off the mold. If the blue colour lightens or disappears, this indicates starch is breaking down. The problem is – how do you quantify the degree of breakdown?

You use the “temperature” as the independent variable but if you measure the dependent variable (titratable acidity) every week at 0, 1, 2 and 3 weeks then you really have two experiments in one.

A plot of titratable acidity (y-axis) vs time (x-axis) would show 4 lines (if you used 4 different temperatures). Saccharomyces cerevisiae consumes glucose faster than fructose because this yeast is know to prefer glucose (and so is called a glucophilic or ‘glucose-loving’ yeast).

Natural Disinfectant For With Lemon That Is Non Toxic and Safe by

I always have in the house and chances are you do too, it’s affordable, inexpensive and non-toxic, making this lemon disinfectant a much better choice for the environment than the store bought products.

If you’re reading it on mobile, there’s no popup whatsoever. I may have over looked but what exactly is the recipe?

I barely have time to clean my house properly (and to me that means deep cleaning the heck out of every nook and cranny!). I also use my handy dandy homemade disinfectant spray to clean my cutting boards (which smell super yuk especially after cutting meat, fish, onions and garlic). I love adding lemon essential oils for extra cleaning strength and for that wonderful scent. I am very sorry you felt this isn’t appropriate, my intention wasn’t to hurt your feelings.

This is a win/win for both sides and that’s what myself and my circle of bloggy friends have been doing for years.

Homemade All Purpose Cleaner: A Simple Recipe That Really Works by

It’s simple to make, contains all natural ingredients, and smells like lavender and mint!

Did you know that mixing vinegar with liquid castile soap causes a reaction that unsaponifies the soap, breaking it down into its original oils?

So how do you know what the right ingredients are for each recipe?

We have the time, experience, and resources to make a great homemade all purpose cleaner.

This doesn’t mean that you can’t use homemade cleaners, but simply that you may have to tweak a recipe or two or use more of a cleaner than originally recommended. Put simply, no one cares about your family as much as you!

I like to use it full-strength because it’s already diluted (3% hydrogen peroxide, 97% water) when you purchase it. In 2011 she left her counseling career to pursue healthy living.

So knowing how to remove oil stains from clothes is a must, even if the stains are already set in!

Learn various ways to get rid of them including our homemade aphid spray. They were only 6 years old, but it cause a bubbling in the countertop behind my sink. Seems to do a bit better when testing against same recipes with regular tap water. Instead of boosting your cleaning experience, this acid and base actually cancel each other out. Most people don’t, and for that reason, we did all the legwork for you. Even some of the so-called natural cleaners contain chemicals you don’t want in your home. For best disinfecting results, spray on surfaces and leave for several minutes before wiping clean. If you rely solely upon this advice you do so at your own risk. So knowing how many drops that is will be beneficial when mixing the cleaner.

I think those computer screen cleansers are pricey, they’re not versatile at all and they’re also full of chemicals. I cleaned the kitchen today and this removed an old beet stain from my cutting board!

This will make a very inexpensive and effective granite cleaner!

DIY Natural Granite Cleaner With Essential Oils by

And then we’re touching those surfaces and doing things like eating, touching our skin (and if you’ve got kids, you can bet their putting those contaminated hands in their mouths!). It’s also a confirmed animal carcinogen with unknown relevance to humans, though it is a suspected human carcinogen. You may want to spot test on a super small, hidden section of the granite first to be sure! Is it okay to use in the mixture because it’s a small amount?

When in doubt call a manufacturer/installer of countertops in your town.

In other words bacteria won’ t penetrate, ( like a plastic or wood cutting board).

Would it be safe to use for cleaning since you shouldn’t inhale it?

Can you substitute the rubbing alcohol with hydrogen peroxide instead?

I am renting a condo that has natural stone and marble counter tops, floors, and shower floors. It’s just vinegar that can etch the stone, so this should work great. I am nothing if not a woman of my word, so let’s get into it!

It’s just way too easy to make your own cleaning products!

It makes sense if you think about it–we’re spraying these cleaners all over our homes, inhaling whatever’s in the mixture as we spray it and long after it’s been applied to every surface. But what about granite or countertop cleaning sprays, specifically?

It’s made without vinegar to protect natural stone, and the homemade recipe smells amazing thanks to essential oils!

The homemade recipe is best for organic housekeeping and those looking for safe, non-toxic cleaning options.

Would it be ok to substitute the rubbing alcohol for hydrogen peroxide. Dump some on dark clothing and come back and you will see color removed. During day plain water unless raw meat touches counter then wash with soap&water and rinse/dry. Expect to save lots of money and get rid of all those nasty toxins in your home!


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