Our homes and garbage cans are increasingly overflowing with dangerous products: glues, varnishes, aerosols, pesticides, paints, solvents and … household goods. To clean our house, we have a choice: a special bathroom, a special oven, a special toilet, special black linen, etc. Some even have “magical” virtues and “hunting for unpleasant odors” or “preventing deposit of water”.

All, of course, in a few seconds, do not rub or bore … It’s beautiful, isn’t it! Back side? These housecleaning tips for home contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment and our health! More and more people have breathing problems, water pollution from the use of these products. And let’s not forget about the transport, energy and raw materials needed to create these “miracles”!

The mark is intended to confirm that the products or services to which it is applied have a less negative impact on the environment and have a satisfactory quality of use compared to other similar products or services on the market. The European environmental labeling is based on the principle of a “global approach”, which “takes into account the product life cycle from extraction of raw materials, production, distribution and use to its disposal or its disposal after use”.

House cleaning tips: what you need for cooking. White vinegar: A wonderful product for the most part is a degreaser, deodorant, descaler, antiseptic, disinfectant, antiparasite and softener. It can be found in supermarkets, on shelves with spices or cleaning products.

Baking soda: its properties: · soft abrasive · non-combustible · degreaser · deodorant · descaling agent There are 2 types of baking soda: technical and baking. Both have the same properties, but the one that can be used in the kitchen is subject to greater sanitary control. For household goods, we can simply use technical baking soda, which is cheaper. You can easily find it in supermarkets (in the salt department), a DIY store, a pharmacy, or in cattle feed stores. Soda crystals: it has an anti-tariff effect, dissolves fat and is separated. More caustic than baking, it can annoy some people. ATTENTION! Not to be confused with caustic soda, extremely dangerous: traditional Marseille soap is a 100% natural product made exclusively from vegetable oil (olive, copra or palm), without dye or synthetic adjuvant. Biodegradable, genuine Marseille soap should contain 72% oil. It has an antiseptic effect. Black soap: black vegetable soap is made from potash and fatty substances (vegetable oils of flax, sunflower, rapeseed, olives, etc.). You will find this in supermarkets and garden stores. Unlike Marseille soap, it decreases and removes stains.

Bbq cooking tips. Do not buy ingredients such as fresh meat, fish, chopped foods, too much in advance. Write them all at the end of your shopping list. Attention, in the car it can be very hot not only in the cabin, but also in the trunk. Therefore, use a frigobox or an insulated bag with cooling elements. Go straight to your home and place the food immediately in the refrigerator or freezer. If you are using frozen foods, in the meantime, remove them from the freezer and defrost them in the refrigerator. If you still want to defrost at the last moment, cook in the microwave. If you want to pickle food, cover them and refrigerate them.

Large pieces of meat or poultry are preferably cut or pre-cooked. Accompanying (salads, cold potatoes, cold pasta, etc.) Can be prepared in advance, but will remain in the refrigerator until serving. The same goes for homemade desserts or ready-to-eat desserts that should be kept in a cool place. Do not remove them from the refrigerator until the end of the meal. Do not use the same board for slicing vegetables and slicing meat and fish. Turn on the grill on time and let the charcoal burn for 15 minutes before putting food on the grill.

Do not remove the accompaniment from the refrigerator until the barbecue is cooked. Place them as far away from the kebab and, if possible, in the shade. Beware of cross contamination! Meat, fish and poultry always contain a certain amount of bacteria. When these ingredients come in contact with ready-to-eat foods, these bacteria can transmit these foods. Always store raw meat separately from prepared meals. After cooking, do not leave the dishes for too long, put them in the refrigerator. If, in spite of everything, they remain at room temperature, it is better to abandon them.