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Conventional household cleaners can contain a bewildering array of toxic chemicals which can be harmful to your health and the environment. Many are made from petroleum; a non-renewable resource.
There is good news though! There are many safe, effective and natural cleaners that might be sitting in your kitchen right now.
Before chemical cleaners were invented, housewives everywhere used basic kitchen ingredients such as lemons, vinegar, olive oil and bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) to clean their homes.
Why not have a go yourself today? Find out how to clean your home with lemons by reading our article.
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