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Green Cleaners that Look Good, Too! Eco-Friendly Products for the Home

Eco-friendly products for your home

By Jaime Morrison Curtis |

I do not enjoy cleaning my house. Am I in the minority here? For some reason, I feel like some readers may share my point of view on this subject. Because of my tendency to want to rush through the cleaning chores my household demands (and with a kid, a turtle, a cat, a dog, and a husband, there’s a lot of cleaning involved), my desire to be “green” is often eclipsed by my desire to clean quickly. There, I admitted it, I buy chemical laden cleaning products because I have always felt they were just more effective. Well, I was wrong. I had the pleasure of unwrapping a Mrs. Jones Soapbox Eco-Friendly Cleaning Kit last week. It smelled so nice and looked so pretty, I immediately tested it out, hoping it would get the job done as well as my chemical cast of cleaners always had.

And you know what? It worked! It made my kitchen counters sparkle just as well as any megabrand cleaner, and my laundry was as soft and as fresh as I could hope for. I am proud to say I am finally a convert to the green cleaning movement. You know what’s even cooler? At Mrs. Jones Soapbox you can choose if you prefer plastic or glass bottles for your products! Find out where to purchase these lovely cleaning supplies made by an entrepreneurial mama (and how to enter to win a Mrs. Jones Soapbox household cleaning kit of your own) after the jump:

You can find Mrs. Jones Soapbox products online at I recommend starting with a Mrs. Jones Eco-Friendly Household Cleaning Kit. And all this week you can enter to win a complete Mrs. Jones Soapbox Household Cleaning Kit & Laundry Detergent/Softener at Prudent Baby: Enter here.

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About Jaime Morrison Curtis


Jaime Morrison Curtis

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), founding editor at Prudent Baby, LA Kids Editor at DailyCandy, and mother to three-year-old Scarlet Jane. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jaime's latest posts →

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