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Want to make cleaning products at home See our guide to DIY cleaning formulas, so you know each and every ingredient! And clean your clothes, too, with these natural and organic laundry detergents.


Natural & Organic YesBest For Zero-waste cleaning kitsEco-Friendly Biodegradable nontoxic formulas, recyclable & refillable packaging, water- & single use plastic-free, Climate Neutral & Cradle-to-Cradle CertifiedPrice $56 for Blueland Clean Essentials Kit


Blueland is a nontoxic household brand showcasing the power of clean, green formulas. Blueland products are water-free and low-waste, with refillable packaging you can use again and again. To start, choose from its line of foaming hand and dish soap, laundry detergents, home cleaning formulas, or its discounted bundles. The Clean Essentials Kit, for example, has more than 6,000 positive reviews and contains four reusable bottles and a set of refills. Enjoy free, carbon- and climate-neutral shipping and a 60-day guarantee, or your money back.


Natural & Organic YesBest For Commercial cleaning products via EcoMe PROEco-Friendly Plant-based ingredients, BPA-free, made in the USA, post-consumer recycled plastic when possibleGives Back Charitable partnerships with Pasadena Humane Society, the Breast Cancer Fund, & morePrice $6 for 32 oz All-Purpose Cleaner


Start small. Some folks may actually be sensitive to natural ingredients, so patch-test products before widespread use. For sprays, clean a small, contained area, and wipe with a paper towel. For toilet and floor cleaners, liquid soap, and nonchlorine bleach, use a limited amount once or twice and monitor household members for any ill effects.


In choosing the natural cleaning products described here, we considered customer reviews, personal experience, and ingredient quality. From stain removers to disinfectants, these safe yet effective natural products met our testing parameters for ease of use, effectiveness, and ingredient integrity. Here, learn details about some of the best natural cleaning products for tackling tasks all around the house.


Each cleaning product was used as directed on the label and tested on surfaces appropriate for the formula. We applied a rubric of eco-friendliness, ease of use, and overall effectiveness. All products were tested in heavily trafficked areas of the home, including the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Granite, ceramic, porcelain, glass, plastic, and stainless steel were all included in the testing process; for the stain remover, fabrics were exclusively used.


With a few simple recipes, you can save money and get a greener cleaning routine. You may already have many ingredients. A basic natural cleaning toolkit includes white vinegar, baking soda, borax, citrus fruit, and empty spray bottles. You may also want hydrogen peroxide, cornstarch, castile soap, tea tree oil, and other essential oils for scent. Add microfiber cloths or old cotton T-shirts instead of paper towels for less waste.


Baking soda absorbs odors in the air and works well for many cleaning tasks. Use it in litter boxes, garbage cans, and diaper pails to keep the stink down. Sprinkle it on a damp cloth to use as a gentle surface cleaner on counters, sinks, ovens, stoves, and tubs. Find baking soda in the baking aisle of your grocery store.


For mild cleaning, mix 1/2 cup vinegar, 1/4 cup baking soda, and 4 to 8 cups hot water in a spray bottle. You can substitute 2 teaspoons of borax for the baking soda. Add a few drops of essential oil to any mixture to give it a fresh scent.


For light cleaning, mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 1 cup vinegar and pour it into the toilet bowl. Let it sit for 3 to 30 minutes, scrub with a toilet brush, and flush. Scrub with 1/2 cup borax mixed with 1 gallon hot water to get out tougher stains. For heavy-duty cleaning, sprinkle 1 cup borax around the basin and spray with 1/2 cup vinegar. Let it sit overnight, then scrub and flush.


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