4 Jun

I had to reblog this. As a person who admittedly has always used the pre-bottled cleansers, I found this DIY post incredibly interesting. I am all about saving money and–of course–the earth! Take the time to read this valuable post on making your own cleansers out of natural materials. You will be very happy you did!

Kana Wanders

Here we are—the second installment of do-it-yourself products on my money-saving mission for the household… We got off to a small-scale but sparkly start the other day with DIY jewelry cleaner, which did an amazing job without the gagging sulfur-smells of commercial cleaners. And that actually raises a point I hadn’t addressed before. I’ve been focusing on the money-saving aspect, but the products we’re starting to make for ourselves are indisputably healthier to have around the house, and eminently more ecologically friendly than the chemical compounds we’ve been in the habit of buying before.

If we handled our household cleaners with the same care with which I was trained to treat chemicals in a microbiology lab, we’d have a thick notebook of MDSD (Material Data Safety Sheet) information, and the number of Poison Control programmed into our phones! “Harmful if swallowed,” “Irritant to Eyes,” “Corrosive,” “Flammable,” “Harmful Vapors,” “Possible…

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  1. Kana Tyler June 4, 2012 at 12:56 pm #

    Glad you found it helpful! 🙂

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