Recipe for a Sweet Smelling, Non-Toxic Wood Cleaner

Posted on October 18, 2011. Filed under: Green Cleaning, Safe Cleansers | Tags: , , |

Picture of lady kissing lemon. What not to love about lemon? It smells good and has natural acidic properties that whisk away dirt.

This recipe for a lemony dust cloth (via care2.com) is a winner. It’s frugal, simple (only 2 ingredients) and effective. Give it a try.

If you happen to have more lemons than the cleaning recipe calls for, you can use the surplus to make lemonade or freshen up your glass of water.

A cleaning ingredient you can actually consume? You wouldn’t dare try it with a traditional cleaner, but it’s one of the benefits of green cleaning.

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I can’t tell you how often customers have asked me for a non-toxic recipe for wood floor cleaning. Chemicals are just too harsh to use on natural wood floors. I’ll be sharing this recipe with all of them!


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