Chemical-Free Cleaning products


Standard cleaning products can be harmful to our health. They contain numerous toxins that we breathe in and can harm our bodies. Home made, chemical-free cleaning products place less burden on the environment, are inexpensive ways to help you save money and are better for your health. 

Here is a product list of the things you need to start making your own chemical free cleaners:

  • Baking Soda; virus-killing abilities, effectively cleans, deodorizes, brightens and cuts through grease.
  • Castile Soap; cuts through grease and cleans.
  • Vinegar; removes grease, soap, scum and grime.
  • Olive Oil; cleans and polishes
  • Lemon Juice; cuts through grease and shines hard surfaces.
  • Essential Oils; Great scent additions to our products.

    A great all-purpose cleaner mix together equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

    Rub alcohol on surfaces made of marble, granite or stone, as vinegar is no good for these surfaces.

    Kitchen Bleach:

    In a plastic bottle mix ½ cup baking soda, 1-teaspoon castile soap and ½ teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide. Apply on a cloth and scrub thoroughly.


    In a spray bottle mix 2 cups of water, 3 tablespoons of liquid soap and 20-30 drops of high quality tea tree oil.

    Bath and Shower Cleaner:

    Vinegar is great for cutting through grime. Spray white vinegar on the grimey areas and leave for 30 minutes for it to do its job. Rinse with a sponge and warm water. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar add a few drops of your favourite scented essential oil.

    Dish Soap:

    Simply mix 1 cup of liquid castile soap, 3 tablespoons of water and a few drops of essential oil of choice in a squidgy bottle.   Shake well and use as needed when hand washing dishes.

    Fabric Softener:

    Add 20-30 drops of essential oil of your choice to a one-liter jug of white vinegar. Shake mixture well before use and add 1/3 cup to every wash for naturally soft clothes.

    Tiled floors:

    In your mop bucket add 1 part white vinger to 2 parts warm water. Mop the floors as usual and leave to dry, no need to rinse.

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