Simple spring cleaning solutions

Apr 20, 2016

Spring cleaning is here, which means you’re likely looking for simple and effective ways to freshen up your Brampton apartments. For today’s post, the Timbercreek Communities blog team has assembled a list of cleaning solutions, without the potentially dangerous chemical ingredients.

DIY dusting spray

It’s likely you’ll notice an immediate difference after you dust your apartment. Wiping TC Brampton Cleaningaway the thin layer of dust that built up over winter will leave your furniture and decor looking like new. Make your own citrus dusting spray to add extra shine without adding extra chemicals that could be harmful for your family or your pets.

DIY window cleaner

Another hack for seeing major cleaning improvement in little time is to start with the interior windows in your rooms at Rambler Towers Apartments (25 Rambler Drive). Use a homemade window cleaner that’s better for the environment. Start by finding a spray bottle to hold your mixture. Then combine white vinegar, rubbing alcohol, corn starch and water. If you want to add a fresh scent to your spray, add a few drops of your favourite essential oil.

Health Planet Brampton

For a variety of organic and natural cleaners that are ready-made on the shelf, visit Health Planet Brampton (150 West Drive). This local spot is just over a five-minute drive from Rambler Towers Apartments. Didn’t find what you’re looking for? The Whole Foods Market (155 Square One Drive) in neighbouring Mississauga is another good bet for finding natural cleaners. This store is a 15-minute drive away.

Timbercreek Communities wants to make spring cleaning as simple and efficient as possible. The blog team hopes today’s post gave you a few new ideas of how you can green clean by using all-natural cleaners or visiting a store that specializes in organic products. For more information about our Brampton apartments, visit our website today.

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