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Choose Natural Cleaning Liquids for your home this Diwali

In the vibrant and diverse country of India, Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, holds a special place in the hearts of everyone. It signifies hope, renewal, and the victory of light over darkness. During this time, every Indian household comes alive with lights, sweets, rangoli, and more. The air is filled with happiness and joy.

However, before all the grandeur of lights and shine, there's a cherished tradition that must be observed – the annual ritual of cleaning the home. It's the time of the year when families welcome the goddess Lakshmi, believed to bring prosperity and well-being. It's commonly believed that a clean and clutter-free home is more likely to attract her blessings, motivating us to clean our homes diligently.

Let's reimagine this age-old practice with a fresh outlook this year and in the years to come. One that emphasizes the importance of sustainability and a commitment to eco-friendly cleaning techniques. In this blog, we will explore simple and natural cleaning tips along with environmentally conscious products for an eco-friendly makeover of our homes. Let's strive for a clean and healthy planet along with our beloved homes.

As we embark on this Diwali journey to prepare our homes for this grand celebration, let's be gentle to our surroundings this year. This Diwali, allow us to introduce you to some natural cleaning tips to give your home that special shine and cleanliness without harming the environment.

1. Natural all-purpose cleaners

In the quest for a clean, fresh, and inviting home, all-purpose cleaners are nothing less than a superhero savior. They are versatile and efficient on a multitude of surfaces. Whether you are tackling kitchen spills, bathroom grime, or any general surface cleaning, all-purpose cleaners are the go-to solution. Below are some of the recipes for making DIY all-purpose cleaners.

i. Vinegar Based All-purpose cleaner

Ingredients :

  • 1 part vinegar

  • 1 part water

  • a few drops of essential oil for a pleasant smell (optional)


- Mix vinegar and water in a spray bottle

- Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil.

- Shake well and it is ready to use

ii. Lemon infused All-purpose cleaner

Ingredients :

  • 2 to 3 lemons

  • 1 cup vinegar

  • 1 cup water


  1. Cut the lemons into slices and place them in a glass jar.

  2. Pour white vinegar over the lemon slices and let the mixture sit for about a week.

  3. After a week, strain the liquid into a spray bottle.

  4. Add an equal amount of water to dilute the mixture.

  5. Use this lemon-infused solution to clean and degrease surfaces. The natural acidity of lemons makes it excellent for cutting through grease and grime.

iii. Baking soda All-Purpose Cleaner


  • 6 tablespoons baking soda

  • 1/2 litre warm water

  • A few drops of essential oil


  1. Dissolve baking soda in warm water.

  2. Optionally, add a few drops of essential oil for fragrance.

  3. Stir until the baking soda is well dissolved.

  4. Use this solution to clean and scrub surfaces, such as sinks, stovetops, and appliances.

These homemade all-purpose cleaner recipes are not only effective but also eco-friendly and budget-friendly. You can customize them by choosing your favorite scents and adjusting the ratios to suit your cleaning needs.

However, we understand that life can get busy, and you may not always have the time or ingredients readily available. In such cases, Zerodor CARE Multipurpose Cleaner is here as a convenient, ready-made solution. Made with the goodness of orange peel extracts and enzymes, it offers you a quick and effective way to maintain a fresh and clean home.

2. Natural Room freshener spray

No matter how clean and tidy our homes look for Diwali, a bad indoor scent can spoil the mood. A pleasant welcoming smell can make all the difference and set the tone for your living space. Below are some of the recipes to make a homemade natural room freshener spray.

i. Lemon and Baking Soda Room Freshener:


  • 1 cup water

  • 2 tablespoons baking soda

  • Juice of one lemon


  1. In a spray bottle, mix the water, baking soda, and freshly squeezed lemon juice.

  2. Shake well until the baking soda is completely dissolved.

  3. Spray this zesty mixture around your rooms for a clean and citrusy scent.

ii. Vanilla and Cinnamon Room Freshener:


  • 1 cup water

  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

  • 1 cinnamon stick or 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon


  1. Combine water, vanilla extract, and the cinnamon stick (or ground cinnamon) in a pot.

  2. Bring the mixture to a gentle boil, then reduce the heat and let it simmer for a few minutes.

  3. Allow it to cool, then transfer it to a spray bottle.

  4. Spritz this comforting and sweet scent throughout your living space.

iii. Cinnamon and Orange Room Freshener:


  • 1 cup water

  • 1 cinnamon stick or 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

  • Peel from one orange


  1. In a pot, combine water, cinnamon, and orange peel.

  2. Bring the mixture to a gentle boil, then reduce the heat and let it simmer for a few minutes.

  3. Allow it to cool, then transfer it to a spray bottle.

  4. Use this warm and citrusy scent to freshen your home.

These homemade room freshener recipes use readily available household ingredients and can be easily prepared to give your living spaces a delightful and natural fragrance.

But if you're looking for a hassle-free way to enjoy long-lasting freshness in your home, let us introduce you to Zerodor Care Natural Room and air freshener. Unlike traditional air fresheners that merely mask odors, Zerodor Care goes beyond by using the power of bioenzymes. It doesn't just hide unpleasant smells; it targets and eliminates the source of the odors, leaving your living spaces truly fresh and clean. With its innovative formula, Zerodor Care is your convenient, eco-friendly solution for a naturally fresh home.

3. Natural Floor Cleaner Liquid

The importance of floor cleaners during Diwali cannot be understated. In the midst of lighting lamps, exchanging gifts, and partaking in delectable feasts, the cleanliness of our living spaces especially our floors plays a pivotal role. Below are some of the natural cleaning solutions you can make at your home.

i. Vinegar and Water Floor Cleaner:


  • 1 cup white vinegar

  • 1 gallon of warm water


  1. Mix the white vinegar with a gallon of warm water in a bucket.

  2. Stir the solution well.

  3. Use a mop or a microfiber cloth to clean your floors with this mixture. It works well on most floor types, including hardwood, tile, and linoleum.

ii. Lemon and Baking Soda Floor Cleaner:


  • 1/4 cup baking soda

  • A few drops of lemon essential oil (or use fresh lemon juice)


  1. Sprinkle the baking soda on your floor.

  2. Add a few drops of lemon essential oil or fresh lemon juice to the baking soda.

  3. Use a damp mop to scrub the floor with this mixture. The baking soda helps to clean and deodorize, while the lemon adds a pleasant scent.

These DIY solutions are not just about keeping your floors spotless they are a testament to the power of natural easy home remedies that can transform your living spaces into clean, inviting places.

Zerodor CARE floor cleaning liquid is prepared for all those who don't want to make it themselves during the already busy festive season. It is crafted with the goodness of enzymes that deliver an effective and sustainable floor-cleaning solution to make your home Diwali ready.

In conclusion, as we embark on our Diwali preparations, the importance of natural cleaning methods and eco-friendly products cannot be overstated. They not only ensure a sparkling and inviting home but also contribute to a cleaner, healthier planet. For those who seek convenience without compromising on eco-consciousness, Zerodor Care offers a range of natural cleaning solutions, enriched with the power of bioenzymes. So, this Diwali, whether you opt for DIY natural remedies or the simplicity of Zerodor Care, let the radiance of cleanliness and freshness be an integral part of your celebrations. Your home deserves nothing less.

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