A SPRING IN OUR SEAT.
Some spring cleaning DIY hacks that are safer and milder.
With milder temps ahead, you’ll want to head outdoors soon. Since our products are a fixture in your home or office, we wanted to share some productivity tricks that can help you hack your way through the spring cleaning chores.
A priority at Fine Fixtures is the combination of eco-friendly and safe. Good for your environment and good for your health create the perfect housekeeping solutions.
Effortlessly glide through those transparent surfaces with no streak and no chemicals.
Combine all ingredients in a spritz bottle and add water as preferred:
- 1/2 cup rubbing alcohol
- ⅓ cup white distilled vinegar
- Distilled water
- Essential oil for scenting
THE WOOD CLEANER:
Safe and pesticide free ingredients you can pronounce are always better for your wood and your health.
Combine all ingredients and shake well before use. Spray on wood and rub with microfiber cloth:
- ½ cup white vinegar
- ¼ cup olive oil
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tbsp vegetable glycerin (optional)
- 20-30 drops lavender essential oil
Visit the nook and crannies the way granny did back in the day.
Combine all ingredients and allow the paste to absorb on surfaces for 5-10 minutes before cleansing:
- ½ cup baking soda
- ¼ cup hydrogen peroxide
- 1 tsp dishwashing soap
Whip up a bottle of this pristine potion and whisk your harsh chemicals farewell.
Combine all ingredients and don’t mind the fizz. Scoop and scour:
- ½ cup baking soda
- ½ cup washing soda
- ½ cup liquid Castille soap
- 25 drops tea tree essential oil
- 10 drops lemon essential oil
- 10 drops peppermint essential oil
- 2 tbsp white vinegar (optional)
An all-purpose 3 ingredient mix you’ll want to keep in your vanity at all times.
Combine and keep handy at all times:
- 1 part white vinegar
- 1 part water
- Lemon rind
- Rosemary sprigs
We hope you welcome spring into your home, Fine Fixtures style. Whether you prefer store bought, DIY or a combination of the two, we wish you a fun and functional spring cleaning season.