Dirty Secrets About Making Your Own Cleaners
Have you been or thinking about being more environmentally friendly by making your own cleaners? Maybe you’ve been thinking it would save you money.
Carrie Willard has tried many recipes for making your own cleaners from laundry to kitchen. she blogs about frugality among other topics. She knows what she’s talking about running a family with 7 children.
To quote Carrie,
In recent years, the popularity of homemade natural cleaners has reached a fever pitch. There are dozens of ebooks on the topic, a legion of blog posts and Pinterest pins. But making your own cleaning products may be a huge waste of time. Here are the dirty little secrets about homemade cleaners:
Carrie has written a sensible article about whether they work, whether they’re a waste of time and money and whether they’re even safe.Are homemade cleaners, cheaper, safer and do they even work #homemaking Click To Tweet
A Thorough Article About Making Your Own Cleaners
If you want to dig deep into making your own cleaners, she has included lots of links to other resources. She also includes safe and effective cleaners she uses instead.
I found her own experiences and opinions to match my own results.
What’s your experience with making your own cleaners or buying environmentally friendly cleaners been?
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