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As it turns out, you may be able to have the best of both worlds (while helping the world!) when it comes to cleaning. Yep, you can keep your home impressively clean and be eco-friendly.
Kathleen is the chief stewardess in charge of managing a yacht in Tahiti (take a look inside in the video above!), and she's dishing all of her cleaning secrets—including how to make three eco-friendly cleaners at home, each only using two ingredients that you definitely already have on hand.
ECO-FRIENDLY HOMEMADE CLEANER #1: Vinegar Water
"Vinegar water is great because it kills bacteria and it's eco-friendly," Kathleen says.
How to make vinegar water cleaner: Mix two parts vinegar with one part water.
What to clean with vinegar water: "You can use it on almost every surface around your home, except for stone," the chief stewardess says.
What you shouldn't clean with vinegar water: "Do not use vinegar water on marble or granite."
ECO-FRIENDLY HOMEMADE CLEANER #2: Alcohol Water
How to make alcohol water cleaner: Mix two parts alcohol with one part water.
What to clean with alcohol water: "Anywhere where there's germs you want to kill, you can use alcohol water," Kathleen explains.
ECO-FRIENDLY HOMEMADE CLEANER #3: Soapy Water
How to make soapy water cleaner: Dilute one tablespoon of a natural dish liquid with water.
What to clean with soapy water: "Soapy water is great for cleaning more sensitive materials, such as marble and granite," the stewardess says. "But you can use it on various surfaces throughout your house."