3 Natural Cleaning Products That Are Safe For The Environment, Too

It’s time to go eco-friendly with your cleaning supplies.

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Refresh your routine with these natural cleaning products

Have you had the same old cleaning products in your cupboard since last fall? Maybe it’s time to freshen up your supply. And with most of today’s cleaning products taking the “natural” route, it may be time to get on board. Here are a few of our favourite eco-friendly picks.

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Cleaning Products, Saje
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Scented essentials

Cleaning has never looked, or smelled, so good. This kit contains Multi Clean, Glistening Glass and Bathroom Bright cleaners (250 mL each) that use peppermint, lavender, rosemary, lemon, thyme, grapefruit and more essential oils to leave your home clean, fresh and fragrant. Here are some more natural products that actually work.

Saje’s Spring Clean Home Cleaning Starter Kit, $30 at saje.com

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Cleaning Products, Aunt Frannie's

Back-to-basics vinegar

One step away from DIY cleaners, this cleaning product made with distilled vinegar, sugar surfactants, plant-based oils and nothing else. Choose from eucalyptus, fresh lime mint, lavender or sweet mandarin scents for commercial-grade cleaning power without microbiome-disrupting antibacterials.

Aunt Fannie’s Cleaning Vinegar, $9 at auntfrannies.com

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Cleaning Product, Seventh Generation

Waste-free wash

You don’t need chemicals to get clothes clean. This laundry detergent is made of 97 percent plant-based ingredients that are explained right on the label. What you won’t find there are synthetic fragrances, dyes or optical brighteners. Plus, the package is 100 percent recyclable.

Seventh Generation’s Natural 4x Concentrated Laundry Detergent, $16 at mass retailers

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Originally Published in Best Health Canada

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