If you want to “green up” your home and clear out old cleaning supplies filled with questionable and toxic ingredients, we’re here to help! Here are a few of the best products on the market.
Method Naturally Derived Shower Cleaner
This product is eco-friendly inside and out, thanks to its recyclable bottles. And even though it’s naturally derived, this product really works, leaving shower doors sparkling clean – and without any elbow grease! All you have to do is spray it on your shower doors and let it work its magic. This amazing cleaner even helps prevent future soap scum from forming.
Puracy Natural All-Purpose Cleaner
You can be sure that this cleaner is one of the best on the market. Non-toxic and biodegradable, it was developed by doctors in order to create a safe but effective cleaner. The company is also committed to improving children’s welfare, and accomplishes this by donating to worthy causes – which means every time you purchase one of their products, you’re helping out, too.
Skoy Eco-Friendly Cleaning Cloths
Ditch those paper towels that are so harmful to the environment and try Skoy’s cleaning cloths. They’re made from biodegradable wood and cotton and can be reused many times. Each cloth can replace up to fifteen rolls of paper towels! And thanks to their all-natural ingredients, they’ll stay fresh even after a few uses.
Seventh Generation Toilet Bowl Natural Cleaner
This well-known company makes one of the best natural toilet cleaners on the market. You won’t find any of the usual chemical ingredients in this formula. There’s no ammonia, chlorine, or dyes, and it’s biodegradable, septic system-safe, and chemical-free.
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner
You’ve probably heard of this trendy product, and it’s easy to see why people love it so much: it’s made from plant-based ingredients, it smells amazing thanks to essential oils, and, most importantly, it works. You’ll find that this multi-surface cleaner leaves all your surfaces clean, fresh, and shiny.
Make Your Own
Believe it or not, you can make your own cleaning products – from surface cleaners to upholstery cleaners – with a variety of simple ingredients. Stock up on baking soda, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, castile soap, vegetable oil, and a few other items and you’ll have everything you need to whip up the perfect cleaners for your home.
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