We see them everywhere – those little cylinders of disinfecting wipes that are so convenient for grabbing a wipe and cleaning up a mess. We are satisfied that after we’ve wiped whatever it is, it’s clean and disinfected, and throw the used wipe and all the icky stuff into the garbage. Everything’s clean now, so […]
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Green cleaning is a big deal for me, as you may know from my previous posts and green cleaning recipes. I want to ensure that no toxic cleaning products are used in my home, so I’m really careful about what I use. In the past, I used Norwex cloths, but then stopped after reading Ecoholic’s […]
If you’ve read my Green Your Cleaning post, you know that it can be very simple to make your own natural cleaners and avoid the toxins commonly found in conventional cleaners. Today I have a guest post by Anna Aamone focusing specifically on DIY natural wood cleaners. Here’s what she has to say!
Cleaning products are one of the first things I changed when I started my journey to go green. Conventional cleaners are full of toxic chemicals that we then breathe in and absorb through our skin. The trouble is that sometimes people complain that green cleaners don’t work as well without the chemicals, or that they’re […]
It’s no mystery that there are toxic chemicals in conventional cleaning products – you can usually tell just from smelling them! So what are the alternatives? You can purchase green cleaning products, but if you’re on a budget and don’t mind spending a few minutes to DIY, you can save a lot of money by […]