When in doubt…take out the white vinegar.

Uses for White Vinegar

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We use a lot of white vinegar in our house.  Is that weird?

I primarily use it to clean with.  It is a cleaning POWERHOUSE.  I’m not sure at what point people decided that they needed to load the area underneath their kitchen sink with harsh, poisonous chemicals, but somewhere along the line a huge segment of America was convinced that unless the product stank to high heaven and killed small children if ingested, then it wasn’t going to get their shower clean.

I have not bought into that lie.  If you’ve been around this blog for a little while, you’ll remember my grapefruit all-purpose cleaner.  It’s definitely a favorite and relies heavily on vinegar for its cleaning power.  In my post on homemade dishwasher detergent, I also suggest using vinegar as a rinse aid.

But what other harsh, chemical-laden, cleaners can one cut out?  I can’t use vinegar to scour with.  It isn’t going to get my clothes clean.  What should I use?

That’s when you turn to an amazing, quick and easy to read, resource like the ebook Natural Cleaning by Katie of the blog Wellness Mama.  Here’s a quote from the book:

There are many difficult parts of switching to a healthier and more natural way of living, and fortunately, switching to natural cleaners isn’t one of them. Natural cleaners are easy to make, work just as well and often cost much less than their conventional alternatives. This guide gives you the tools to keep your house clean on a budget without the chemicals.

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Natural cleaning is a 25 page ebook that is straightforward and provides natural recipes and instructions for:

  • wood floor cleaner
  • oven cleaner
  • heavy duty scouring powder
  • and more!

The books also contains several pages dedicated to natural laundry solutions, as well as a whole house cleaning checklist.

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This book is truly a great resource for anyone looking to reduce their dependence on chemicals.  Katie also gives a breakdown on costs and shows evidence that natural cleaning will actually SAVE you money.

Interested in reading this book?  I thought so.  But here’s the kicker, you can’t buy this book on it’s own right now.  The Wellness Mama does not have this book for sale right now.

But hey!  Don’t be bummed, I have good news.  You can get this book, along with 51 additional ebooks - https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?ii=1309730&c=ib&aff=249672&cl=164463 right now, but you better hurry because this deal ends on Monday.

Wellness Mama’s book Natural Cleaning is part of the Harvest Your Health - https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?ii=1309730&c=ib&aff=249672&cl=164463 ebook bundle sale.

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And in case you missed it, yesterday I reviewed the book Restocking the Pantry by Kresha Faber, which is another gem included with the Harvest Your Health bundle sale - https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?ii=1309730&c=ib&aff=249672&cl=164463 .

 

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