Natural cleaning products – five of the best
Cleaning can be a hazardous pursuit! Many of the ingredients in conventional products are far from clean. They can pollute the air, effect wildlife, harm your skin and contribute to poor health.
If you’re not ready to embrace the bicarbonate of soda (baking soda), lemons and vinegar brigade or don’t have time to make your own products, then there are lots of eco friendly products to choose from.
Here are some of my favourites.
Maison Belle bath
Maison belle biodegradable cleaning products are effective and non-toxic. Their household cleaner can be used on sinks, tiles, toilets and taps. Scented with essential oils, this special formula leaves your bathroom smelling naturally clean. Simply spray and wipe, with no need to rinse!
Method daily shower
Method’s natural shower cleaner can be sprayed on the tiles and shower cubicles after each shower to prevent soap scum and dissolve mildew and hard water stains.
With method daily shower spray, you’ll never have to scrub your shower again. You won’t have to scrub, wipe, or rinse – just spray it on and leave to work its magic.
Natural house window spa
Natural House Cleaner for glass and windows is made of 91% Certified Organic ingredients, plus natural plant derived extracts. It will give your glass surfaces a sparkling clear look with no smearing, without the use of any harsh chemicals.
Window Spa is certified Organic by the Soil Association and approved by the Vegan Society.
Daylesford lavatory cleaner
Daylesford concentrated lavatory cleaner is biodegradable, safe and effective, and will not affect the actions of septic tanks or cesspits. The ingredients are renewable, ethically sourced, and contain no animal by-products.
Bentley organic kitchen and surface cleaner
Bentley organic kitchen and surface cleaner naturally and hygienically cleans all hard washable surfaces.
With a fresh orange scent it leaves all surfaces sparkling clean and without unnecessary chemical residue. This product is certified by the Soil Association.
Do you have a favourite natural cleaning product to reccomend?
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