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{Note from Jessica: Today’s post is shared by my sweet friend Jess Kuh. Jess is a fellow real food blogger with a passion for natural living, herbs, and anything that keeps her family and home healthy. Her site, Simply Healthy Home is a treasure trove of great information about getting and staying healthy, all while living a happy life along the way! Make sure you stop by her website to check out her tasty recipes and DIY tutorials. Tell her I sent you! :)}

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by Jess Kuh
Simply Healthy Home

Phew! The sun is finally shining around here. I wasn’t sure we’d make it through winter.

Now that Spring is here and Summer’s right around the corner, I am ready to open up the windows and starting scrubbing down my house to clear out all the winter yucks.

The non-exciting part about cleaning are the thoughts about all the harmful chemicals that are in the cleaning products so many of us use.

Household cleaners are FULL of chemicals that are not only harmful to breathe in but they are also endocrine disruptors.

This is scary on many levels, but think of how harsh those chemicals are on growing and developing bodies. Yikes!

It’s no wonder that we have the state of health that we do today — we are bombarded with chemicals from every direction. They are in our food, our water, our air, our body care products, and our household cleaners.

One of the best places you can start if you want to improve your health is to go through your cleaning cabinet and get rid of any commercial cleaning products that you may have.

That said, I still have a strong desire to keep my house clean and I want to make sure that the products I do use are both safe AND effective.

And, thankfully, there are natural alternatives to mainstream cleaning products that really do work! 

Many of the ingredients used for these homemade cleaners are budget friendly as well as interchangeable for recipes.

The ultimate collection of 50+ natural cleaning recipes

But, now for the #1 question people ask — do homemade cleaners really kill germs?

You betcha! With the use of varying ingredients such as vinegar and essential oils, you are can be safe in knowing you are killing germs as well as not putting harmful chemicals into your household.

50+ Natural & Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes (the The Ultimate Collection!)

Now, are you not sure where to start? Here is the ultimate collection of 50+ natural cleaning recipes for you to starting making on your own. 

These recipes are easy to make and call for basic ingredients that you can find at your local stores.

Laundry Cleaners:

Air Freshening/Purifying:

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All Purpose Cleaners:

Dusting:

Bathroom Cleaners:

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Dish washing:

Glass Cleaners:

Collections and Information:

Want Even More Info?

For even more information on household cleaners and tested recipes, check out this amazing digital resource from Mommypotamus (an affiliate partner). It is fantastic and would make an excellent gift for those who are just starting out on their green cleaning journey!

And, through June 31st, Heather is offering Delicious Obsessions readers an exclusive coupon code for 25% OFF the ebook below! Use coupon code DELICIOUS25 at checkout. Click here to learn more.

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