All of these sites offer healthy, money saving, preservative limiting options for the health of your family and home!! I hope you enjoy these finds and they are helpful to your family as well!!
At the top of my list is a site that shows homemade recipes for a variety of things including: ketchup, mayo, yogurt, salad dressings, shampoo and conditioner, toothpaste, and the list goes on! This site offers some excellent choices for the family that are a healthy and frugal way to approach daily living. You can control what your family ingests and not be left questioning how many preservatives and "unknown ingredients" they may be consuming on a daily basis or what their eventual effects may be. These types of recipes are excellent as well for individuals with allergies to better monitor and control what everyone it taking in to avoid unknown negative reactions.
To read the article and get the full list visit: http://www.naturallivingideas.com/50-things-to-stop-buying/2/
A homemade recipe for Febreze taking the average cost of around $5.00 a bottle to $.15 cents is another must have for your day to day home DIY lists! Money saver and very useful.
View the recipe at: http://starneslifefamilylove.blogspot.com/2012/06/homemade-febreze.html?m=1
The next site has 10 DIY cleaning recipes for everything from carpet stain removers to dishwasher cleaning solutions.
Visit the site and view all recipes at:
The following find offers lots of informative uses and purposes for items around the home with dozens of recipes for DIY cleaning products you need to try!
Visit the site at: http://www.younghouselove.com/2009/10/clean-up-your-act-all-natural-homemade-cleaners/
Here is a homemade balm recipe useful for a variety of things such as eczema, chapped lips, dry hands, and more.
Visit for the recipe: http://www.livingunrefined.com/2013/05/homemade-balm.html?m=1
Thank you for all of your information and the research you had to do to get it. You were very informative.ReplyDelete
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Cleaners are used on a daily basis, and if the amount of usage is not properly monitored, it can prove to be quite costly for any homeowner. From that statement, I've managed to form a deep love for homemade natural cleaners. Not only are they cheaper, they are also safer to use. Anyway, thanks for sharing that, Mia! All the best to you! :)ReplyDelete
Bo Tolbert @ HJS Supply Co
It is definitely a pricey area. I really appreciate knowing products being used are natural. Thank you for your comments and so glad you enjoyed the post Bo!ReplyDelete
Green cleaning products is the term that my house cleaners use for Natural house Cleaning products. When they came for the first time I didn’t know what these Green cleaning products are but when they explained how they make them at home. I was really surprised. Now I use only the natural products for my home.ReplyDelete
It's wonderful! Once I realized these types of things were available and able to made at home there was no turning back. There are so many positives to using them.Delete
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