Cruelty-Free

Cruelty-free Cleaning

 

Bathroom and All-Purpose Cleaners:

81qq7ET4ZOL._SL1500_ Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Soap: Target 8 oz $6.69

This has been a favorite of mine since I was a child!  Although the company states you can use this soap for EVERYTHING, I no longer do.

I use this for cleaning the bathrooms.  If you mix it with baking soda it makes a very nice soft scrub.

YEARS ago I would use this for laundry but I no longer like the results. (Leaves a residue.)

If peppermint is not your thing, the company has several different scents including a product designed just for cleaning.  (Sal Suds)

Bonus:  The label is an interesting read!

 

eb61db5e-92f4-4c25-9779-b02e4b4473bf_1.1e55f9434af550f378da73b6acd56fe9Citra Solv: Walmart 8oz $12.44

This truly is a versatile cleaner!  It seems pricey but a little goes a long way!

I like to dilute with water and use to clean floors but it can be used on so many different surfaces.

Dishes:

13967434 Method Dish Soap: $2.99 Target but I have found this on sale for $1.99 at grocer Harris Teeter

I do not know why it took me so long to try this!  I love it!  This does an excellent job for hand-washing dishes.  I like the scent and a little goes a long way.

DIY Cleaners:

Dusting:

For dusting I use a lightweight olive oil mixed with some lemon or orange essential oils and a soft rag.  I store the olive oil/essential oil in a small mason jar.

Windows and Mirrors:

I purchased an empty spray bottle from Dollar Tree and fill it with water and white vinegar.  I have found unbleached coffee filters work well for cleaning mirrors as they do not leave streaks or lint.