(Closed) Best Green Cleaning Products

posted 6 years ago in Home
Post # 3
804 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I find that the Mrs. Meyers stuff works great; if it’s a tougher stain I just give it a little bit of time to “sit” on the grime before I wipe.  I’m not sure if it really makes a difference, but it seems to.

I do have to put some elbow grease into it, but I expect that with products that don’t have the harsher chemicals in them.  I try to do it once a week so that it’s an easy clean.

Post # 4
144 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2006

Have you tried a mixture of baking soda and white vinegar to clean the bath/shower? It takes more elbow grease than something like Comet, but it does work. To be honest though, I usually do Comet about half the time and baking soda/vinegar half the time because I’m lazy. I figure it at least cuts my footprint in half 🙂

I’ve heard that this method from Martha Stewart works really well but I haven’t tried it yet:

“This is a nontoxic but effective way to clean your tub: Add one teaspoon of liquid soap and several drops of an antibacterial essential oil (such as tea tree, eucalyptus, rosemary, or peppermint) to one cup of baking soda. Add just enough water to form a paste, and use it with a sponge or brush to scour bathtub surfaces.”

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