ARCSI | Make Your Own Cleaners: Stove Tops
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Make Your Own Cleaners: Stove Tops

28 Mar Make Your Own Cleaners: Stove Tops

A real good friend of mine who is a school teacher asked me if I know a green recipe for cleaning her stove tops.  I gave her this recipe that I use because it’s chemical free:

Combine one tablespoon of salt with one tablespoon of baking soda then add one table spoon of water and mix the paste together then dip a cloth into the cleaner and scrub away!


 

Gary earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Temple University.  He taught in schools for four years.  At the end of his first year of teaching, he students voted him the Best Teacher Award.  A couple of years later he started a cleaning company called Happy Cleaning.  Now he enjoys running a cleaning company and teaching how to green clean.  Utilizing his teaching talents, training and experience, Gary now teaches green cleaning, including how to make homemade cleaning products that are chemical free.  After learning about all the dangerous chemicals in traditional cleaning products, and what they do to our environment, he began researching and developing alternatives cleaning solutions.  He studied for four years about how to use natural ingredients that have no negative effects on the environment.