Did you know that in any average home there are over 500 different chemical cleaners? Most of these are extremely toxic and must be kept out of the reach of small children.
Certainly, if a small amount is ingested — it can be a poison and be fatal, but did you know that regular exposure to the air borne essence of these chemicals and through skin contact can be just as dangerous — albeit not immediate?
Clearly, no one wants anything like this in their home, especially if there are young children or pets around.
Good news! Heather Dessinger of Mommypotamus has written an e-book that features all non- toxic, easy, cheap, DIY household cleaners for every aspect of your home!
Recipe for Cleaning Every Aspect of Your Home
Have you seen Heather’s previous book, DIY Organic Beauty Recipes? This one is a best seller because all the recipes really work! Heather tirelessly formulates the recipes and tests them over and over just to be sure they are good.
She has put the same amount of passion, energy and time into this newest e-book!
DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes
This e-book has it all! Check out some of the simple recipes in the book that really clean!
- Lemon and Lavender All-Purpose Spray Cleaner
- Goo and Gunk Remover
- Fruit and Veggie Wash
- Ruby Red Grapefruit Soft Scrub
- Oven Cleaner
- Tub and Tile Cleaner
- Oxygen Bleach
- Lemon and Rosemary Dusting Spray
- Leather Conditioner
- Stainless Steel Cleaner
These recipes are made from simple and cheap ingredients — and most importantly, ingredients that do not have a warning label on the box.
Did you ever think you could make your own non-toxic mold and mildew cleaner? I didn’t, but when I tried this one, it really worked! I was so relieved that I did have to use a toxic cleaner in my home!
For instance, have you noticed the price of laundry detergent going up all the time? I have and I only have two people at home now, but I go through a lot of laundry detergent it seems.
The laundry detergent, found on page 71 of this book, is made from simple soap of only 3 ingredients plus non-toxic washing soda. You can add an essential oil if you like a scent (I like unscented) and voila! You have a fantastic, safe for you and safe for the environment laundry cleaner that is cheap and easy to make!
What about oven cleaner? Have you read all the warnings on that label? And how would you avoid breathing this in while wiping out the oven? You can’t!
But if you make your own, following Heather’s recipe — your oven will sparkle and you will be safe!
These DIY non-toxic cleaning products are just as effective — is not more so, than commercial brands. The essential oils added to them are very effective disinfectants against e-coli, MSRA, salmonella, listeria and pneumonia among others.
Did you ever think you could make your own toilet cleaner that is effective? Well, you can! Heather uses several essential oils that are known bacteria killers, yet will not harm the user.
Additionally, these recipes are borax free. Some folks think borax is toxic, so Heather has left it out of all the recipes.