Non-Toxic Cleaning Agents

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Are you looking for a Non-Toxic, chemical free way to keep your home clean?

Most people care about the indoor air quality in their homes, especially if they have children, pets, or other household members that can be harmed by cleaning products. Below is a short list of natural, non-toxic products that can help you keep your home clean without putting the health of those who live in the home at risk.

Baking Soda

Baking soda has been proven to have virus-killing abilities that also effectively cleans, deodorizes, brightens, and cuts through grease and grime. Sprinkle it in pet litter boxes, or leave an open box in your refrigerator or cupboards.

Castile Soap

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Castile soap is a type of soap that’s made from 100 percent plant oils (meaning it uses no animal products or chemical detergents). Popularized by the Dr. Bronner’s line of products, Castile cuts through grease and cleans.

Vinegar

Vinegar is acidic and because of this it is very suited to cleaning almost anything—it will thoroughly (and gently) eliminate grease, soap scum, and grime and even pet odors.

Lemon Juice

Plain lemon juice destroys mildew and mold, cuts through grease, and shines hard surfaces (It also smells amazing).

Olive Oil

Olive oil is not only healthy to cook with, it also works as a natural cleaner and polisher.

Essential Oils

Essential oils have become popular because of aromatherapy, but these naturally occurring plant compounds can be added to homemade cleaning products to create a more pleasing odor. Essential oils are considered safe for the most part, but these extracts can trigger allergies—so keep this in mind when choosing scents.

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