Tuesday, September 6, 2011

The Peaceful Housewife's Natural Household Cleaners e-book Review and Giveaway(closed)


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I hate using harsh cleaners. The idea of using harsh chemicals where I have my children makes me nervous. So year ago I started researching home made cleaners. As happy as I was with the safety of them, they didn't preform as well as I had hoped. That's why I was so excited to review The Peaceful Housewife Household Cleaners e-book.
A whole book of natural cleaners, and house hold products! This books is 13 pages of gentle, yet powerful, cleaners and tips for us busy housewives.


Here is what I have tried so far:
Fabric Softener
I have tried just using Vinegar as a fabric softener substitute, and it is OK, but I miss opening the dryer and smelling nice fluffy towels. I put this to the ultimate test: Jeans and Towels!
Everything came out nice and soft. Not stiff. The bonus: You can scent this with any essential oil you like!


I also made some foaming hand soap. This is a great money saver for a family of 7!











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6 comments:

lisa said...

vinegar to clean glass/windows - works wonderful!!

Carrie Phelps said...

I use vinegar to clean just about everything but the toilet bowl.
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Amanda said...

Other than vinegar for glass and as a fabric softner, I don't know any! That's why I want this book! LOL
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SavingsInSeconds said...

When peeling an orange, drop the peels into your sink garbage disposal to freshen & clean the blades.

Khristen said...

I've been buying a commercial natural cleaner, but I'm always looking for ways to save money. This book will be wonderful for our big family! I use vinegar and baking soda for a few tough household chores, but that's all I know!

itsme said...

so much can come clean with just plain old water! give water alone a try