Top Rated Non-Toxic Cleaning Products – Because Bleach Just Doesn’t Smell Good

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non toxic cleanersJust because dirt, crud, grime and various other stuff in the home is nasty and offensive, (in more ways than I care to discuss here), doesn’t mean the cleaning products you choose have to be. SODASAN is all about chemical free cleaning. In business for over 25 years, this company manufactures chemical-free cleaning products for laundry, dishes, household and skin. They even offer organic paint and painting supplies. All of their products are certified-organic and made from fruits, veggies and plants. I mean, just look at the picture – this stuff must smell better than bleach. Packaging is made from all recycled material.  

All my fellow animal lovers will be pleased to note, they NEVER test on animals. As an added bonus, any products meant for use on skin or clothing have been dermatologist tested and are hypoallergenic. This is huge for anyone, (me), who’s skin welts up and feels like it’s been doused in Napalm the minute anything less than 100% natural touches it. I shall not elaborate on my attempted use of a certain hair removal product that fittingly, rhymes with hair.

For all you green machines out there, here are a few of the top rated, natural, chemical-free non-toxic household cleaners available on Amazon:

  • Charlie’s Soap Indoor/Outdoor Surface Cleaner: Biodegradable, safe for the environment and non- toxic.  $17.89/128 fluid oz.
  • Mrs. Meyer’s All Purpose Cleaner: Basil, geranium or lavender scented and safe for any non-porous surface, including wood. $6.61 to $11.37 depending on the size.
  • Citrus Cleaner Degreaser: Great stuff for a multitude of cleaning and grease cutting needs. $13.58/16 oz.

Save the environment! Save your skin! Clean green!

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About Liz

Liz is a professional, custom picture framer based in Central New York. She and her contractor husband are currently renovating their second home together. At the time of this writing, they are not on speaking terms. Her love of making stuff with wood and DIY home projects began by watching her Dad. (It was also around this time Liz's incessant use of "colorful language" took root.) She's an avid gardener, stellar cook and doesn't throw like a girl: an all-around rad chick.

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