What could be worse than the sneezing rampage as you dust your furniture? That dust poofs up and achoo! It never seems to end. And forget leaving the windows open in the spring, during the pollen-apocalypse that just coats every surface in an endless cycle of constant dust and sneeze frenzy that never seems to end.You shouldn't have to sacrifice a clean home
What could be worse? Well… if you’re dusting with toxic products where the only healthy ingredient is “natural lemon,” you could end up doing your body (and your family’s bodies) more harm than good. Before you spray any more cleaners in your home, please look them up over on the Environmental Working Group’s database! A simple Google search with EWG and the name of your cleaner will take you to where you need to be, or you can go to www.ewg.org and do a search for your cleaner there. We recommend sticking with cleaners graded A.
Or you can use our favorite super simple DIY cleaner that also polishes wood.
DIY Wood Cleaner & Polish
- ½ cup sweet almond oil
- ¼ cup Thieves Household Cleaner
- 5 drops Orange or Lemon essential oil
- 5 drops Pine essential oil
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Mix together and store in a Mason jar. Apply a little to a rag and polish any wood surface. A little goes a long way.
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Nicole is a military-trained research analyst, homeschooling mom, healthy lifestyle coach, flexible business consultant, and writer for MotherhoodTruth.com and GracefullyAbundant.com. After living through and overcoming a season of homelessness and chronic health, Nicole developed a passion for helping others develop healthier habits using functional nutrition, herbalism, and renewing faith.