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As seen in Real Simple, Shape Magazine, and on Cleaning products that save money and the planet Forget about chemical cleaners and pricey green products all you need are a few simple kitchen staples to make your whole house sparkle The Organically Clean Home features 150 easy to make recipes for cleaning products filled with all natural ingredients you can trust and actually pronounce From dishwasher detergent to antibacterial wipes, Americas favorite cleaning blogger Becky Rapinchuk guides you through the steps needed to make these everyday necessities without spending a fortune.Complete with simple instructions for packaging and storing your homemade cleaners, youll enjoy turning each room into a beautiful and toxic free space with fresh scented products like Lemon and clove hardwood floor cleanerNo bleach laundry whitener and brightenerPeppermint glass and mirror wipesLavender and lemon bathroom disinfecting sprayCitrus foaming hand soapWith The Organically Clean Home, youll save hundreds of dollars every month and have a clean, healthy home that you and your family can feel good about....

Title : The Organically Clean Home: 150 Everyday Organic Cleaning Products You Can Make Yourself-The Natural, Chemical-Free Way
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ISBN : 1440572518
ISBN13 : 978-1440572517
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 388 Pages
File Size : 565 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Organically Clean Home: 150 Everyday Organic Cleaning Products You Can Make Yourself-The Natural, Chemical-Free Way Reviews

  • TAW229
    2019-05-03 01:57

    Wow! I have bought and downloaded several books on organic and homemade cleaning products. All have been good but only have a few recipes or cover one or two areas such as laundry or kitchen etc. This book gives you the why's and benefits of using homemade organic products which just about every book does. Then it gives you tips on how to organize your cleaning so your not doing it all in one day like I tend to do. It gives you a list of cleaning tools to keep on hand and basic ingredients. There is a small list of essential oils and there uses (you can find a bigger list online) then there are tons of recipes throughout the book. Recipes for use in the kitchen, laundry, bathroom, bedrooms and living spaces, floors, nursery, playroom, garage, badement, and garden. There are checklists in the back of the book for weekly, monthly, daily cleaning, checklist for decluttering, one day clean, weekend clean, one week deep clean, 31 day cleaning plan, the deep cleaning checklist, pretreating stain removal guide, metric conversion chart and a section in the book to write notes. Also, most of the ingredients in the recipes can be bought at your local store or ordered online. I love this book!

  • Inquisitive
    2019-04-22 04:54

    This is a wonderful book! The cleaning formulas work really well, are fun to make and smell really great. You will learn how to clean your home with non toxic ingredients. The directions are easy to follow . This book will give you a great feeling of empowerment as you will know you are saving your health and the health of your family by not using toxic cleaning products.

  • MineBatGirl
    2019-05-09 04:00

    My husband and I have been using this book for a few months. Following the instructions, we are slowly starting to get down some sort of routine for regular cleaning, as we hope to get our act together before our baby arrives in May. It's not to the letter, but if we can do half the cleaning the author prescribes in a week, we're light years in the right direction!

  • Ginny
    2019-05-12 04:56

    I got this book out of the library, and when I renewed it the maximum number of times, I bought it. She gives lots of great and easy-to-make recipes for natural cleaning solutions and tablets. Some of the material with checklists for cleaning the house seem a bit OCD and are really not helpful to me. I fall more in the camp of cleaning things when they look dirty, or I can't remember the last time I cleaned it. I hate the smell of bleach, and worry about buying tons of plastic bottles that are just thrown out when they are empty. These recipes use vinegar, which also smells pretty bad, but I was surprised to learn that essential oils can mask that smell, and make it actually smell good!

  • DVG
    2019-04-25 09:52

    I LOVE this book. Checked it out at the library, ordered it for me, then ordered it for 3 friends. Lost mine and then ordered it again! What I like about it is that there is a recipe for everything- want to clean your cabinets? There is a recipe that contains a little lemon oil so that your cabinets smell good and don't dry out. Toilets- super duper foaming cleaner. Anti- scum spray for the bathtub... Dog wipes, kid wipes, yeah, everything is in there. Also, my house has become so much more orderly and clean since I have been following the cleaning schedule that is laid out in this book- this is just what I needed to become more enthusiastic and have more pride in keeping up with a schedule.

  • Bibliophiledw
    2019-05-15 03:45

    An excellent book on how to clean everything WITHOUT chemicals in our homes. My yard man did not know how to remove rust. The author did: White Vinegar. I cleaned the drill bits of rust, showed my gardener, and he is buying the book now! Not only healthier, but cheaper. Most of us have everything already: baking soda, white vinegar, etc. Wonderful to have on hand and all indexed!