For too long we've been led to believe there are only two choices when it comes to cleaning our homes: either spend an arm and a leg on green products, or pollute our homes and the environment with noxious chemicals. No longer! Cheaper, Greener, Cleaner: Ceiling to Floor Savings shatters this myth with easy-to-follow recipes for inexpensive, homemade cleaners that will allow you to save money while going green. Spend pennies, not dollars, for your cleaning and laundry needs. Do away with mystery ingredients with unpronounceable names. No more guessing what's really in your cleaning and laundry products. Everything you need to create cheaper, greener cleaning products is already in your kitchen or can be found easily at your local store. If you can make a cake mix, you will have no problem following the step-by-step recipes provided. It really is that simple. Cheaper, Greener, Cleaner: Ceiling to Floor Savings will show you how to clean your twenty-first century home at a nineteenth-century price!When satisfied, pour the mix and clothing into the washing machine, wash as usual. It is impossible to over-bleach using lemon juice. Caution: NEVER USE LEMON JUICE ON SILK FABRICS. Rust Remover Lemon will remove rust from youranbsp;...
|Title||:||Cheaper, Greener, Cleaner|
|Author||:||Carolyn Wootton, Dena Wootton|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011|