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The natural cleaning movement is a fast-growing trend with consumers becoming more concerned about what chemicals are going into these convention cleaners.
Most Commercial cleaners are packed full of nasty chemicals, toxins and allergens. Potentially having an impact on your family and pets. A report from the EWG(Environmental Working Group) has concluded more than 2,00 cleaning supplies contain substances that link to serious health risks & problems. From asthma, cancer, reproductive and developmental problems, resulting from using and inhaling these commercial cleaning supplies.
This is a 5 step guide to help you on your Natural cleaning journey
You might feel the need to rush into purchasing natural alternative’s cleaners right away and throw out all the commercial cleaners you own. And in doing so, this can be an overwhelming task while also costing a lot of money.
While at first glance, cleaning products and cleaning supplies in most retailers and health stores can be expensive. But no need to hesitate, as natural homemade cleaners are far more affordable and are much less than most conventional retailer products.
There are companies like Koala Eco and Tri Nature that offer cheap and affordable natural cleaning supplies also while supporting the environment.
There are multitudes of natural cleaning products out there, with different fragrances and different essential oils. The Natural cleaning products that we use, might work for you. Experiment with different cleaners and homemade cleaning recipes to find out what works for your family.
Most conventional store-bought cleaning products hold titles for specific areas of cleaning use. Examples of this are, Toilet bowl cleaners, oven cleaners, window cleaners, table cleaners and the list goes on.
You will quickly discover while using all-natural cleaners you can clean every surface of your home with just a couple of Multi-Purpose Cleaners. It's now not necessary to be holding up to 15 chemical cleaners under your kitchen sink.
If you are brand new to the natural cleaning movement, it can seem hard to adjust, to begin with. Especially if you are making your own natural cleaners, not knowing what essential oils to add to your batch of laundry detergent.
But like all good things, it just takes time. Do your research, try and make one natural cleaner recipe at a time. Before you know it, you will be a pro at making homemade cleaners.
Here are some great recommendations for natural and eco-friendly companies and products that would be a good first purchase to add to your natural cleaning checklist.
Koala Eco Multi-Purpose Kitchen Cleaner
Tri Nature Supre Multi-Purpose Cleaner
Koala Eco Multi-Purpose Bathroom Cleaner