Green Cleaning 101 (Large Print Edition): DIY Natural Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar and Other Frugal Resources That You Already Have

Green Cleaning 101 (Large Print Edition): DIY Natural Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar and Other Frugal Resources That You Already Have

by Sustainable Stevie
     
 

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Chapters in this book include:

- Salt (aka Sodium Chloride)
- (White) Vinegar (aka Impure Dilute Acetic Acid)
- Baking Soda (aka Sodium Bicarbonate)
- Tea Tree Oil (aka Melaleuca Alternifolia Oil)
- Hydrogen Peroxide (aka H202)
- Borax (aka Sodium Borate)
- Lemons / Lemon Juice / Lemon Essential Oil
- Raw Potatoes
- Bamboo Charcoal

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Overview

Chapters in this book include:

- Salt (aka Sodium Chloride)
- (White) Vinegar (aka Impure Dilute Acetic Acid)
- Baking Soda (aka Sodium Bicarbonate)
- Tea Tree Oil (aka Melaleuca Alternifolia Oil)
- Hydrogen Peroxide (aka H202)
- Borax (aka Sodium Borate)
- Lemons / Lemon Juice / Lemon Essential Oil
- Raw Potatoes
- Bamboo Charcoal Deodorizer (aka Activated Carbon)
- Rubbing Alcohol (aka Isopropyl Alcohol)
- Olive Oil
- 8 Helpful Cleaning Aids

There are main basic food items that we already have in our home that can be used as DIY natural cleaning solutions or what's termed as green cleaning. You just have to know which of them can be used to clean what. This includes vinegar, baking soda, salt, olive oil, and other items that are discussed in "Green Cleaning 101 - DIY Natural Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar and Other Frugal Resources That You Already Have". White vinegar is the most dominant ingredient throughout.

You might not even need to go out and buy anything extra. But if you're frugal like more of us are becoming these days, it'll cost less than commercial brands and will still get the job done for you in an eco-friendly way which is expanded upon.

Are you sensitive or allergic to toxic chemical cleaning solutions? When you open or twist off the cap, does your head throb? Do your eyes start watering? Does it become hard to breathe while you're in a room trying to clean it? Well, a DIY book on green cleaning is the way to go and it's really not difficult to do.

You just have to be willing to measure and mix easy solutions. Make a large enough amount that will last you for a few cleanings and then you won't need to do it again for a while. Simply double or triple what it says to do and that's all there is to it.

Numerous recipes are shared for cleaning floors, toilets, bathtubs, walls, windows, countertops, sinks, mirrors, carpet, clothing, removing rust, etc. There's also a special natural deodorizing solution that not too many know about.

NOTE: This particular book mentions some additional items that aren't necessarily food-based but definitely should be included in the mix, so to speak. It even gives suggestions on what cleaning tools you should use to clean specific things with. (You'll see what I mean.)

Put "Green Cleaning 101 - DIY Natural Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar and Other Frugal Resources That You Already Have" into action for a healthier environment for you and your family. You'll be glad you did!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781495303777
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2014
Edition description:
Large Print
Pages:
76
Sales rank:
452,176
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)

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