Sunday, October 3, 2010

Healthy, Natural, Green week SIMPLE + SMART CLEANING




I like using all natural cleaners. I like that I don't have to use harsh smells and chemicals. It's not good for us, and it's definitely not good for Avery and the dogs. I like using natural. I use vinegar and baking soda A LOT! They are completely natural and not harsh at all. 
I received the Kit from Simple + Smart Cleaning. 

You can see that they come with recipe cards. What I liked is they are ingredients you most likely have in your home already! I was out of peroxide and Backing soda, but have since bought them and had these made in no time. The all purpose and floor also requires essential oils which most don't have, You can buy them at a health food store, I got all mine at GNC. They aren't that expensive and last a long time!

These cleaners smell good (because of the oils) and they work! I love the all purpose and have used it for everything so far!

Glass is streak free! Scouring powder is great for in the bathroom, perfect for sinks and tubs and showers. It gets rid of a lot of grime.

Price: The Kit is $20. It has all the bottles you need and recipe cards!

Overall: ***** Love it! It's easy, the recipes are there so no googling while trying to remember the recipe. I love it!


 *Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products!*


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I learned most cleaning recipes include three primary ingredients: distilled white vinegar, baking soda, and vegetable-based liquid soap.
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I learned that borax can be used for scouring. I would clean my toilet first.
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JLJMommy said...

I learned that most cleaning recipes include the following three primary ingredients: distilled white vinegar, baking soda, and vegetable-based liquid soap.
I'd clean my kitchen floor first. With 3 boys it is always in need of a good cleaning!
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I like If mixing solutions is not for you, but saving money is, our products allow you to buy green cleaning supplies in bulk. Saving you time and money. Either way, you are still doing your part to help preserve the planet


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Ryan Family said...

I love how it tells information about what the ingredients in the products are!


castile soap - comes in both solid and liquid form. Castile soap is vegetable based and makes it a very gentle eco-friendly cleaner


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"The simple + smart™ cleaning kit was designed to help you create a toxin-free, naturally clean home."
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I learned that you can make urniture Polish out of 1/2 cup white vinegar and 1 teaspoon olive oil.


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The simple + smart™ cleaning kit was designed to help you create a toxin-free, naturally clean home.

I'd clean my counters!


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I learned that distilled white vinegar has been used for 100’s of years, and is a powerful cleaning agent. I'd clean my bathroom first.


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I didn't know that tea tree oil had antibacterial properties! I definitely need to give the tub a good scrub! lol
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Not only do they have links to recipes from many different sources they explain what each ingredient does and why it's good to use.


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i learned tea tree essential oil - is relatively new. It has a clean fresh smell and contains antibacterial, antiviral and anti fungal properties. It is very gentle and safe to use.

first i would clean all my appliances and wash them down..they are long overdue :(

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