Improve Indoor Air Quality with these 11 DIY Cleaning Products

In our post, 5 Natural and Safe Home Cleaning Solutions, we talked about  keeping your home sparkling clean with natural and chemical free products such as lemon, baking soda, vinegar and olive oils.  Switching to these relatively inexpensive natural household cleaning products will improve the indoor air quality in your home and keep it smelling fresh.

Using toxin-free natural cleaning products is also a great way of doing your bit to save the environment. Most branded home cleaning products have harsh chemicals that are bad not only for the health of your family, but also pollute the rivers and lakes when washed down the drain.

This is why we simply love this infographic by Heiton Buckley titled ‘A Guide to DIY Cleaning Products’.  The infographic contains information on 11 natural cleaning products for the bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, and other areas of the house.

Paste this handy infographic in your kitchen or laundry room, as a reminder to keep bulk of your cleaning effort chemical free!

 

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We’re glad you’re here. We’re Carol and Tony, founders of one of the longest running Healthy Home Blogs in the world, Mitey Fresh Australia. We’ve been on this journey for the last 25 years and are passionate about helping families sift through health hazards and triggers like allergens, mould, water damage, chemicals and EMFs, to get clarity about what’s toxic and what’s not so they can create a healthy and happy home for their family they love. Each month, people visit this blog seeking focus on the health and wellbeing of their loved ones, sustainable and effective practice tips and guides, to help create and manage healthier indoor spaces, improve the built environment that is pleasing to the senses and support healthy living and nature, every day. Starting this blog was to help change people’s lives, one family at a time, and we can’t wait to share how its allowed us to stand next to you and show you how interpreting these synergies between buildings and the environment they are built in will impact upon the health and well-being of those who occupy them. Find out more about Healthy Homes and what this blog can do for you!

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