Every day it seems more and more earth friendly cleaning products come out on the market. If you're anything like me you want to use as many natural and green cleaners as possible in your home, but you want them to actually work.
I don't want to sacrifice cleaning results in my home. Also, if I'm going to pay a premium for these products (and let's face it, they typically cost more) I want to get my money's worth.This is where you, and readers like you, come in. I have been collecting house cleaning supplies reviews from "Mom reviewers" and others for a while now, and I have received quite a few about green cleaning products.
It has also introduced me to some brands of products that I didn't even know existed, but that come to find out are quite good.
What I've done in this section of the site is to group these reviews together based on common earth friendly cleaning products brands, so you can see not only how a specific product works, but how the whole brand compares and works in your home.
This is especially important for certain brands of products which have coordinating scents, because if you like a scent you may want to use it in more than one place in your home, and need a couple of different products for this.
However, before I start providing these reviews I want you to understand that not all products are created equal when it comes to being good for the environment.
Although there are truth in advertising laws around, there is no defined meaning of the terms "natural," "green," "eco-friendly," and such similar terms. That means companies, who know that people are looking for products that are safer for themselves and the environment, try to use these terms as a marketing tool.
Therefore, there are varying "shades" of green, and you have to do some careful and thoughtful shopping to really find ones that are the most earth friendly. Here are my tips for criteria to use when evaluating green cleaning supplies.
As I add my own information about these products to the site, along with the reviews from people like you, I will use set criteria for these green cleaning supplies, so that you can make comparisons and make a better decision for you, and your family.
Here is where you can find reviews of these green cleaners, so you can decide which ones are right for you. Remember, you can also skip down to share your own reviews here, good or bad, to tell me about your own experiences.
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Now, don't get me wrong. Just because you make your cleaners at home doesn't mean they are earth friendly cleaning products. For example, lots of homemade cleaners use chlorine bleach, but that is not normally thought of as very environmentally friendly.
However, there are some simple, natural and eco-friendly ingredients that can be combined together in various ways to make all kinds of solutions to clean your home (and your laundry too).
When you use tried and true recipes you can get very good results, and also save some major money, since generally making your own cleaning products is less costly than purchasing them.
Here are some articles on this site featuring some of these ingredients. Those listed as my article explain some of the properties of that ingredient, and some of the main uses for it around your home. If there is a second article, it is a place where you can share your own tips, uses and recipes, or see those already submitted by fellow readers. I hope all these articles will give you ideas for how you could use these homemade cleaning supplies in your own home.
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Have you used a green, natural, or eco-friendly cleaner or equipment and thought it was just awesome?
Or did you try something that was cleverly marketed but failed to live up to expectations?
Please share your earth friendly cleaning product review with me, sharing the good and the bad.
Here are some helpful hints to make sure your review is as useful as possible:
Hi, I'm Taylor, a busy mom with 3 kids, so I have lots of hands on experience with house cleaning, laundry and my fair share of spots, spills and other messy catastrophes. Thanks for visiting my site.
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