10 Natural Household CleanersChelsea Fuss
Pretty cleaning products make cleaning the house much more fun! I like to splurge on nice, natural cleaners for my house and those that have well-designed packaging too. With all the non-toxic options these days, there’s no excuse to choose un-natural cleaners, especially if you have kids around. I really like that these companies list all the ingredients and explain them too. Take a look at a few of my favorites, after the jump! I’ve included well-known brands like Method and Mrs. Meyers and lesser known brands and Etsy sellers.
Ambrosia Scented Laundry Detergent 1 of 10This detergent from Roux Maison is made from a lavender based mixture of essential oils.
$14.99 at Roux Maison.
Sweet Tea Laundry Detergent 2 of 10This Sweet Tea laundry detergent is a citrus blend and comes in this fun travel size so you don't have to compromise your standards while on the road!
$13.75 at Roux Maison.
Bluebell Countertop Spray 3 of 10This special de-greasing cleaner is made from a Vegetable Protein Extract and scented with a bluebell fragrance made from essential oils. I've always been a big Mrs. Meyers fan and can't wait to try this fragrance.
$3.99 at Mrs. Meyers.
Tub and Tile Cleaner 4 of 10This tub and tile cleaner is citrus scented.
$5.79 at J.R. Watkins.
Lemon Liquid Dish Soap 5 of 10This lemon liquid dish soap comes in JR Watkins signature packaging which looks great sitting out on any counter.
$6.99 at J.R. Watkins.
Handmade Soft Scrub Cleaner 6 of 10This soft scrub cleaner is homemade and perfect for cleaning the insides of ovens!
$4.50 at Mrs. Jones Soap Box
Haven All-Purpose Cleaner 7 of 10This all-purpose, chemical free cleaner is available in concentrate. Just add distilled water and this cleaner will go a long way.
$15.00 at HavenClean.
Floor Cleaner 8 of 10This cleaner is non-toxic and the container is biodegradable!
$6.49 at Method.
Basil Blue Sage Countertop Cleaner 9 of 10This is safe for all kinds of counters from granite to stainless steel.
$9.00 at Caldrea
Lemon Dish Soap 10 of 10My favorite dish soap company makes this lemon scented dish soap in a nifty pump that'll look pretty sitting on the sink!
$3.99 at Method.
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Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist in Portland, OR. You can read more of her posts at Frolic!