If you are looking for some natural cleaning products, I have got you covered! As you transition yourself to more natural products with less chemicals in them, your body will thank you. We face enough chemicals on the daily, but we can help minimize them at home.
The natural cleaning products I use:
This product is just that, an all purpose cleaner. After being more sensitive to fragrances (mostly synthetic) and learning that my Mrs. Meyer products were not as clean as I thought they were, I was on the hunt for a more natural cleaning product. Biokleen became it. It was an easy switch since I found it works better than Mrs. Meyer’s. There is a natural grapefruit seed & orange scent to it which I don’t love, but it’s super mild and goes away quickly. I use it to clean my kitchen counters, bathroom vanities, literally to wipe anything and everything down. I even use it on my mirrors. It’s not the best mirror cleaner compared to toxic ones, but it still gets them clean and doesn’t leave streaks. I’ve used this biokleen all purpose cleaner for a few years and have no plans of stopping. Unless you introduce me to something better of course.😊
- 95% of this Seventh Generation soap is made with renewable, plant based ingredients
- 0 fragrances & dyes
- It works.
- I use it to clean the few dishes I wash by hand, dirty counters, and dirty produce from the grocery stores
- I also use Seventh Generation free & clear dishwasher detergent packs and free & clear rinse aid for the dishwasher
This is a great one to keep stocked in your cabinet. You can use Sal Suds Biodegradable Cleaner for so many things.
- all purpose cleaner (especially great around the holidays)
- floor cleaner
- laundry soap
- stain remover
During the holidays, I use Sal Suds Biodegradable Cleaner from Dr. Bronner as an all purpose cleaner diluted with water in a amber glass spray bottle. The pure essential oils of spruce and fir make your house smell so good! On the norm though, I use it to get out stains & hand wash delicates.
To get out a bad stain out, I squirt it directly onto a stain prior to washing it and let it sit for a few hours. I then add whatever it is to a bowl of warm water with a little washing soda (I talk about next) and let it sit for awhile until I see the stain disappear. Repeat if necessary. I throw that bowl of soap with the garment right into the wash.
If I’m washing delicates, I’ll just put a drop of it into a bowl of warm water and soak it for an hour, and then rinse it under cold water and hang dry.
This Arm & Hammer Laundry Booster Super Washing Soda is great to sprinkle into an extra dirty laundry load or along with your whites. I also use it with Sal Sud’s as mentioned above. It just works. 😊
- Seventh Generation Free and Clear Laundry Detergent is what I use for laundry soap
- 0 Fragrances, Dyes or Artificial Brighteners
- Fights Stains – If I need a little more boost, I use the washing soda and a small squirt of Sal Sud’s listed above.
This does not work as good as plain ole’ bleach, but it works good enough which is why continue to buy it. I just add in some trusty washing soda and a drop of Sal Sud’s along with this bleach and hope it does it’s job. I think it’s really the combo of those that helps this bleach along. Anyways, if it does not get the whites white enough, my husband resorts to chlorine filled bleach…. Even though it kills me, I’ll buy it. You just have to roll with it sometimes and just do the best you can the majority of time.
What are your favorite natural cleaning products? I’d love to hear!
Grateful you are here! 💛🧡Riane
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