Clean Naturally

Cleaning is a chore that everyone has to do at one time or another. Many of the household cleaning products in use today are in some way hazardous to animals or humans. Find alternative cleaning products that are safer with theses titles from our digital collections.

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This book will guide you through the process of both recognizing and using the most advanced eco-friendly house cleaning technology around, as well as tried-and-true cleaning methods that have been around for centuries. You will learn all the necessities of green cleaning basics, starting with what your current cleaning products do to the environment, your home, and even your health. You will even get green tips on what you can do to clean up after your pets efficiently and how to keep your children safe from chemicals. You will learn which mixtures work and which ones to avoid. You will learn the necessary steps to take to transition your kitchen to green products as well as your bathroom, laundry, bedroom, and even the lights you use around your home. This book is for any individual who wants to start changing how they clean their home for good.

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Most conventional store-bought cleaning products are packed full of chemicals, many of which are harmful to the environment and your health, let alone your wallet. You'll be pleasantly surprised to discover that your kitchen cupboard already stocks the alternative supplies you'll need to transform your home into a clean, safe, and fresh-smelling haven! Lemons, salt, vinegar, baking soda, and club soda are just some of the natural ingredients used to clean the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, floors, and everything in between. Turn a chore into a pleasure and discover a whole new way to clean! About the Self-Sufficiency Series: More and more Americans are becoming concerned about living a healthier land more environmentally-friendly lifestyle. Whether it's moving to the country and starting over on a whim or just making city-living a little simpler and easier, the "Green" movement is changing the way we live our day-to-day lives. Skyhorse's new Self-Sufficiency handbooks are meant to help offering advice on what to do, how to do it better, and how to save money as well. This is a beautifully-illustrated series made even more beautiful because its goal is to help everyone live in a more earth-friendly fashion.

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This all new 5th edition of "The Clean Green Home Revolution - 101 Home Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide" is a comprehensive guide to home, garden, spa and personal care uses of hydrogen peroxide from the editor and publisher of FoodGradeH2O2.com. Replace toxic home cleaning products with safe effective hydrogen peroxide - this book will show you how! Improve indoor air quality, disinfect and clean without dangerous chemicals. 101 Home Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide will give you all the specific information you need to change the way you keep your house, your garden and even yourself clean and healthy. All natural, non-toxic and 100 percent environmentally safe - hydrogen peroxide leaves nothing in its wake but oxygen and water. Includes detailed instructions, exact mixing and dilution information for each of the uses and handy conversion and dilution tables. You won't be left wondering about any of the details of how to use hydrogen peroxide in place of toxic cleaners; you will have every detail you need to move ahead confidently to a clean green home environment.

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Keep your home clean, green, and healthy! Learn how to disinfect and freshen your house using powerful all-natural cleaners made by mixing essential oils together with common nontoxic kitchen ingredients like baking soda, lemon, and vinegar. Discover how fruits and herbs can brighten any room with revitalizing scents. With more than 150 recipes for all-natural, easy-to-prepare solutions, Karyn Siegel-Maier shows you how to clean wood, glass, tile, porcelain, fabric, carpets, and more - naturally and safely.

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