South superstar Samantha Akkineni aka Samantha Ruth Prabhu is making the best use of the lockdown and she is trying something new every day which is simply helpful. Just a while ago, she urged everyone to join the 48 days of the Isha kriya journey. And this time, the actress who is all about going eco-friendly was seen learning about bio enzymes and showcased how to make a DIY cleanser with bio enzymes a home with simple ingredients and we think it is pretty useful.
While sharing a smiling picture of herself posing with her DIY cleaner, she also mentioned where these formulas can be used. She then mentioned on her caption, "What is a Bioenzyme? Bioenzymes are natural organic cleaners made from fermenting citrus peels. They can be used as floor cleaners, bathroom cleaners, glass cleaners, for dishwashing, laundry etc .. Bioenzymes contain good bacteria which breakdown stains and grime from a multitude of household surfaces."
She also explained it's pros and specification of bio enzymes as she further wrote, "Why Bioenzymes? Bioenzymes are natural cleaners and can keep your house free from the nasty and toxic chemical cleaners. Also they are great going down your drain.. Apparently 1 litre of bioenzyme can decontaminate 1000 litres of water.. so you help your environment too."
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Later, Sam mentioned the steps on 'How to make your own Bioenzyme' and those include, "3 parts fruits peels or 300 grams, 1 part jaggery or 100grams, 10 parts water or 1litre, 1 part yeast (yeast here refers to a previous batch of bioenzyme which helps speed up the fermentation process from 3 months to 1 month). Mix everything in an airtight screw-on lid plastic container and store in a dark corner in your kitchen." ALSO READ: Samantha Akkineni Shares 'Family Portrait' Of Her Yoga Session With Hubby Naga Chaitanya And Pet Dog; All We Can Say Is, Goals - PIC
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