Zero Waste, Green, and Eco-Friendly Household Cleaners



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DISH CLEANING SUPPLIES:
Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds Soap –
Small Hand Held Dish Brush –
Removable Head Brush –
— Brush heads –
Bottle Brush –

ALL SURFACE SPRAY:
Glass Spray Bottles –
***Orange & Vinegar Cleaner Recipe:
– Save the rind of about 3-4 oranges
– Put empty rinds into a quart jar.
– Cover with white vinegar.
– Allow to sit for about 2 weeks, either in a cabinet or on the counter.
Shake when you think of it.
– Strain the liquid into a reusable spray bottle like this
* Use to clean almost any surface

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21 thoughts on “Zero Waste, Green, and Eco-Friendly Household Cleaners

  1. Hello everyone I’m new to this zero waste lifestyle and I’ve just made a couple of swaps like toothpaste,I use coconut oil and like bicarbonate of soda anyway my question is can I throw the coconut oil in the sink? Because I’ve come across several people who have told me it’s terrible for the water blahblhblah if someone could tell me or explain if this is true I’ll appreciate thanks!

  2. I can’t cut bleach. I have parrots both of which have avian diseases transmitted to one another via poop and even if they didn’t have these illnesses the poop has bacteria which is still not good for anyone. I do use natural cleaners for cleaning but I also do need to use bleach based cleaners on occasion for sanitizing (there is a difference) as well. Not negotiable. If you have a kid for example that comes down with cdif you will not kill that shit with vinegar and citrus. But if you don’t have these concerns maybe you can justify citing bleach. It all depends on your circumstance though

  3. I've been binge watching your videos and they've honestly been so inspiring! I recently purchased a starter pack of e-cloths for cleaning around the house without the use of chemicals; you literally get the cloths wet with water and then wipe the areas you want clean. I've never had a cleaner, streak-free, counter and cook top since using them! I would highly recommend trying them and maybe you will love them, too! Much Love from a Dallas neighbor <3

  4. Vinegar can be really harmful for the lining(? don't know how it's called) in showers and bathtubs. The acid corrodes the plastic/latex whatever that makes the whole thing waterproof.

  5. I draw the line at all natural cleaning products because vinegar doesn't kill protazoa. One parts bleach to 32 parts water will clean most hard surfaces and kill potentially dangerous pathogens. One bottle of bleach goes a long way mixed like this so it isn't a huge environmental impact and is very low cost. Sometimes I add a few drops of Castile soap for surfactant. I'm assured by my vet that this is safer for my cats than vinegar because it kills parasites.

  6. Hey so everyone knows if you need to neutralize a smell on fabric. Mix 1/2 cheap vodka (try to find the cheapest one in glass) and water spray on fabric once the alcohol evaporates the smell will be gone. ( your stuff will not smell like booze).

  7. I am so gonna get the brush! For non heavy duty scrubbing I just use rags. Also 2 things: 1.glass helps avoid the essential oils eroding the plastic and 2. If you add baking soda to vinegar it just cancels out the PH and you’re left basically with salt water. The initial reaction can have a cleaning effect, but after that initial reaction it makes the cleaner less effective.

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