Cleaning. Joy. That’s me right about now. Exhausted. Sure, I let things slide – but there comes a time when one has to clean. Disinfect. Especially with wee ones running around. Or you know, because it’s nice to not live in a pigsty.
With all of the crap they put in cleaners, it’s no wonder many parents I know spend the extra buck(s) on eco-cleaners. We want safe products for our babies and kids. Ones that work. Some of us would go so far as to say we keep the planet in mind when making such purchases too. Simple.
A trend on the rise, every big brand out there is making it’s claim to being ECO, but are they really? Read those ingredients/materials? I’ve often found it’s more clever marketing than a true green product.
So without further ado – because really who wants to blather on or read about cleaning? I give you a quick, easy tutorial on how to make your own green cleaner.
This spray cleaner is multi-purpose and actually works! Another staple cleaner we use around here is baking soda with vinegar. Great for bathtubs and toilets. Now you’re all inspired to go on a cleaning binge, right? Indeed.
Roll up your sleeves with Babble’s Baby Clean-Up Guide!