Natural Cleaning Products

The dirt on Toxic chemicals
http://davidsuzuki.org/issues/health/science/toxics/the-dirt-on-toxic-chemicals-in-household-cleaning-products/

Soap Nuts
https://earthsberries.com/

Dr.Bronner’s: Pure Castille Soap
https://www.drbronner.com/DBMS/category/LIQUIDSOAP.html

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Comments

Earth Angel says:

Not using a dyer is best for the environment – hang your clothes to dry them.

ursulajoni15 says:

there is no such thing as chemical free unless you’re cleaning with light or pure, sound or pure energy you need to take chem 101 as everything made of molecules is a chemical

Symbiotic Solutions says:

you need more subs

Sofia Croce says:

Oh and lemon juice and vinegar (I use apple cider) make awesome cleaning products as well 😀

Creative Hobo says:

I live in NZ, our wool industry is pretty humane. I have plenty of friends who’s families run sheep farms.

Cino Nim says:

Merci Mlle !
How long does your one gallon of castille soap lasts, or expected to last (for you)?

alonememe says:

You can have good treated lambs and even “ethic” wool but remember that all of the lambs from the farm will be finally killed for meat. So, there’s no such a thing like ethic wool. The other thing – in Europe we don’t even know what are these drying sheets, we see them only in videos from Canada, USA, Australia. So… 😉

Benji De Aula says:

There’s no such thing as chemical free.
Water is a chemical.
O2 is a chemical.

Sofia Croce says:

Just a heads up, I read that Arm&Hammer (your baking soda) tests on animals. Haven’t researched more though. Thought I’d let you know 🙂
Keep up the great videos! <3

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