Natural Cleaning Products: Cheaper and Better for the Environment

In Home by Lori Hill2 Comments

Image Credit: C Martell

Image Credit: C Martell

Use fewer harsh chemicals when cleaning. Vinegar and baking soda (not together!) will work on most tasks. Read my post about how to make your own cleaning products.

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Lori Hill

Lori Hill

Lori Hill is a plant eater, trash picker upper, climate activist, wife, and mom to 2 human boys, 2 cat boys, and 1 dog boy. On a mission to do all she can to take better care of the planet, Lori created Sister Eden Media, a green lifestyle company, to inspire others to give a damn and live more gently on Earth. She shares tips on her YouTube channel, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and also frequently appears on television.
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  1. I use a combo of water distilled white vinegar and tea tree oil blend in a spray bottle as a multi- purpose cleaner, a vinegar/water blend for my floors and shower and I make a lemon oil with lemon juice and olive oil for furniture polish. My life changed two years ago when my sister was diagnosed with cancer at age 42. The research combined with the reality of her condition made me determined to eliminate as many toxins from my life as possible. I wish I hadn’t waited to do it. These are all so easy to make, they work great and I love them!

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      Thanks so much for sharing, Thelma!

      I’d love to hear from the rest of you. If you have any DIY cleaning formulas to share, let me know!

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