While not completely non-toxic (it wouldn’t be so great if your toddler drank this, of course, due to the rubbing alcohol) this easy recipe is much safer than commercial window cleaners that contain ammonia and other nasties. Ideally, organic ingredients would be used where possible, even though it won’t be consumed. The essential oil is
Over the years as we’ve moved forward on our health journey and eliminated toxins from our lives, the conventional cleaners full of chemicals have moved out of our cupboard. For the most part, we’d figured out how to clean our home with natural items like baking soda, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and essential oils. Easy breezy,
Regular chlorine bleach is no picnic to use in the home. It’s pretty toxic stuff, and when combined with other common household items (like ammonia, certain soaps and some organic (natural) materials) it can form highly toxic (sometimes fatal) gases/substances. We haven’t used bleach in a long time. So what do we use for cleaning?