Cleaning things in your home used to be a lot simpler. Clorox bleach for your white laundry, Clorox bleach spray for your toilet and shower, Windex for your windows, ect. These products smell horrible, you need proper ventilation in order to use them, but dammit they work!
- The fumes, for one thing, are pretty dangerous.
- The residue from your cleaning product is still on your clothes, your plates and forks, and your shower.
- When you’re finished with your bottle of cleaner, you really ought to dispose of it properly. But no one knows this. Landfills are filled to the gill with non-biodegradable chemicals seeping into the earth.
- Oh yeah, they test these chemicals on animals.The warning on your bottle reads: IF YOU INGEST THIS PRODUCT or GET THIS PRODUCT IN YOUR EYE, call Poison Control Center. You can bet that they are testing this on bunnies.
- Baking Soda
- Castille Soap
If you don’t have time to mix your own cleaning ingredients (I guarantee it’s cheaper though), here are a couple cleaning products that you can actually purchase. I was able to buy both of these products for under six dollars each.
Citrasolv Multi-Purpose Spray (22 fl oz) is for all surfaces but we’ve kept it in the kitchen. Noah reports that it’s very effective in getting food particles off of the counter (Sometimes our counters can get grimy). The smell is wonderful! Here are the ingredients