Natural Cleaners to Replace Your Family’s Household Cleaners

May 25, 2016 | home cleaners

Everybody wants clean and organize house. Most of the people pays home cleaners at Brisbane even thought it is expensive. If we will do it our self we should use products that is not harmful on our health. In 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is introducing the Safer Choice label, which will help you make smarter choices for yourself and your family. “We designed the Safer Choice label to speak to consumers and help them select safer products,” says Clive Davies, who runs the Safer Choice program for the EPA.

Natural Cleaners to Replace Your Family’s Household Cleaners. Clean well and clean healthier with all-natural cleaners and tips from the pros.

The non-natural cleaners you use to clean your house may get things clean, but they might not be making your home, or you, healthier. When you see what a splash of bleach does to clothing, you can imagine what damage it can do to your eyes, skin and lungs. The same goes for products containing formaldehyde, sodium lauryl sulfate and even borax, which is often used as a “greener” bleach substitute. Here some list of natural cleaners.

1. All-Purpose
Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner uses vegetable protein to clean and deodorize counters and sinks.

2. Appliances.
Use Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap (a vegetable oil-based liquid soap used for centuries for personal care and home cleaning), warm water and a microfiber cloth to get smudges off the fridge.
3. Barbecue Grill.
Many grill cleaners use propane and other toxic ingredients that can damage eyes, skin and the respiratory tract. Replace it with Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap.

4. Bathroom.
Even non-bleach cleaners use acid. Swap them with plant-based Thieves Household Cleaner.

5. Carpets.
Biokleen Carpet and Rug Shampoo has no chemicals or synthetic fragrances.

6. Carpet Stain.
With live enzyme-producing cultures, citrus extracts and essential oils, Biokleen Bac-Out Stain and Odor Remover gets that grape juice spot out.

7.Color-Safe Bleach Alternative.
Use a solution of a gallon of water, a quarter cup of lemon juice and a cup of hydrogen peroxide.

8. Degreaser.
Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap uses vegetable protein to fight grease on any surface.

9. Dish Soap.
Mrs. Meyers Honeysuckle Dish Soap contains soap bark extract to cut grease.

10. Dishwasher Detergent.
Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Dish Packs contain oxygen bleach, are safe for all machines without phosphates or chlorine and smell naturally clean.

11. Drain Opener.
The live enzymes in Biokleen Bac Out Drain Care eat through clogs without corroding pipes or emitting toxic gases like most commercial drain cleaners.

12. Fabric Softener.
Yoreganics Soap Berries soften clothes naturally. Reichert recommendsWoolzie Balls, wool dryer balls that cut drying time and soften clothes.

13. Hand Soap.
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap uses essential plant oils to clean and soften hands.

14. Laundry Detergent.
Many detergents contain chemicals which stay on your clothes, close to your skin. Replace them with Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Laundry Detergent or Biokleen Laundry Liquid.

15. Oven Cleaner.
Use a solution of baking soda, vinegar and water. Many people use Bar Keeper’s Friend powder, but it contains oxalic acid which, while all-natural, is considered an irritant.

16. Laundry Stain Remover.
A blend of organic oils and essential oils helps Yoreganics Stain Remover get tough spots out.

17. Stainless Steel.
All you really need to shine stainless steel is a microfiber cloth dampened with warm water.

18. Windows And Glass.
The ammonia-free Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Glass Cleaner will get your bathroom mirror clean without leaving streaks.

19. Wood.
Rub olive oil, mayonnaise or a damp microfiber cloth to polish wooden furniture.

20. Wood Floors.
Diluted Natural Citrus Solvent or a damp microfiber mop cleans hardwood floors quickly.

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