Nature’s Way to Clean


While cleaning products are intended to leave your home more sanitary, the health impact caused by the toxic ingredients may be more than you bargained for. Many household cleaning products give the impression that they have extra strong germ-eliminating powers; however, they contain unpronounceable, harmful ingredients to accomplish the job. Natural cleaning products are budget friendly, better for the environment, improve air quality in your home, and are much safer, especially around children and pets. Time to check off our lists of lofty cleaning goals for the summer and have a fresh start!

All-Purpose Cleaner

Natures-Way-to-Clean-lemon½ cup white vinegar
2 tablespoons baking soda
10 drops tea tree, lavender or lemon essential oil (for their disinfectant properties)

Mix the vinegar, essential oils and a little water before adding baking soda in a 12 oz. glass spray bottle. Then fill to top with water.

Gently shake to mix ingredients, and then spray, wipe with a cloth, and allow it to dry.

Window Cleaner

Natures-Way-to-Cleantea1 ½ cups water
8 black tea bags
Boil 1 ½ cups water. Steep tea bags in water and let cool completely. Discard tea bags.

Transfer to a spray bottle. Spray on your windows and dry with a cloth or crumpled newspaper.

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