CategoryDIY Cleaning

How to Make Homemade Carpet Cleaner

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Homemade Carpet Cleaner That Actually Works Whether it’s a spilled glass of wine or your kids or dogs tracking mud inside, messes will happen on your carpet. When they do, you don’t have to turn to toxic chemicals to clean them up. Instead, discover how to make this homemade carpet cleaner that actually works! Are Carpet Cleaners Toxic? Store-bought carpet cleaners have a dirty secret: they are VERY dangerous to your health, the health of your family, and the environment. […]

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The Easiest Way to Make Homemade Dusting Spray

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Homemade Dusting Spray If you’re on a mission to live a more natural life, it’s important to focus on your cleaning supplies. To help get your home clean without turning to harmful chemicals, discover how easy it is to make homemade dusting spray. What’s Wrong With Store-Bought Dusting Spray? Although you might not give that can of dusting spray much thought, it can contain a number of hidden toxins that could be hurting your health and the health of your […]

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How to Make Homemade Bleach Alternative

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Making Homemade Bleach Alternative If you’re trying to make your laundry room more eco-friendly, one thing you can consider is learning how to make homemade bleach alternative. Not only does a natural bleach alternative actually work, but it’s also safer for your family and the environment. In addition to this excellent DIY bleach alternative, don’t forget to check out our posts on how to make a homemade stain remover and learn more about soap nuts so you can create safe, […]

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Incredible Homemade Stain Remover for Clothes

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How to Make Homemade Stain Remover for Clothes If you’re interested in creating a more eco-friendly laundry room, one simple place to start is to make your own homemade stain remover for clothes. After doing a ton of testing, I found a DIY laundry stain remover that actually works. If your household is anything like mine, you find some pretty interesting stains on clothing when it’s time to do laundry. Between my husband and my son, I never know what […]

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How to Use Soap Nuts

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How to Use Soap Nuts If you’re looking for a laundry detergent option that’s natural, safe for sensitive skin, and is zero waste, look no further than soap nuts. If you’ve never heard of soap nuts or you’re wondering how to use soap nuts, keep reading to learn everything you need to know. What are Soap Nuts? Although they’re called soap nuts, they’re actually neither a soap or a nut. Instead, soap nuts are berries that come from the Sapindus […]

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How to Make Reusable Disinfecting Wipes

Discover the easy steps to make reusable disinfecting wipes.

How to Make Reusable Disinfecting Wipes If you’re looking to save money and remove harsh cleaning chemicals from your home, one simple way to do both is to make your own reusable disinfecting wipes. Take a look under nearly any bathroom or kitchen sink, and you’ll likely find a container of disposable disinfecting wipes. While they’re certainly convenient, they also have several issues. Fortunately, it’s very easy to make your own homemade reusable disinfecting wipes. Problems With Disposable Disinfecting Wipes […]

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How to Create an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Routine

Discover the five simple swaps you can make to create an eco-friendly cleaning routine

How to Create an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Routine Think it’s hard to go green when cleaning? It’s not! In fact, with five simple swaps you can create your own eco-friendly cleaning routine. Cleaning your home is important. However, between toxic cleaning chemicals that can hurt your family and the environment and the incredible amount of waste that’s generated from single-use cleaning products, you might be doing more harm than good each time you clean. Fortunately, you only have to make a […]

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Natural Cleaning Ingredients You Should Never Mix

Learn why these are the natural cleaning ingredients you never want to mix.

Natural Cleaning Ingredients You Should Never Mix If you’re interested in removing harmful and toxic chemicals from your home, making your own natural cleaning supplies is a great place to start. While many natural cleaning ingredients work well together, others can create harmful substances when mixed. To help keep your home and your family safe, these are the natural cleaning ingredients you should never mix. Baking Soda and Vinegar While baking soda and vinegar alone are excellent cleaners, these are […]

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How to Make Homemade Glass Cleaner

Get your windows and mirrors sparkling clean with homemade glass cleaner

How to Make Homemade Glass Cleaner If you’re trying to get toxic chemicals out of your home, the best place to start is your household cleaners, and one easy switch is making your own homemade glass cleaner. Glass cleaners are particularly bad offenders because they contain ammonia, which is an irritating and corrosive chemical. Short-term exposure to ammonia can cause nose and throat irritation, coughing, eye irritation, and headaches. Repeated exposure may cause a chronic cough, chronic irritation of the […]

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How to Make Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Without Borax

Make Your Own Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Without Borax

How to Make Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Without Borax If you’re looking to save a little money, help keep toxic chemicals out of the water supply, and use more natural and eco-friendly cleaning products in your home, you can’t beat homemade dishwasher detergent. Even better, these homemade dishwasher tablets are easy to make, only require a few ingredients, and you can use them exactly like you use commercial dishwasher pods. Why Doesn’t This Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Use Borax? In the eco-friendly […]

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