One question that I’m constantly asked is: “What green cleaning products do you use?”
That’s a tough question to answer since I’m always testing out new and improved green cleaning products, but I’m going to give it shot.
My overall advice when making the switch to green cleaning products is to replace products you’re currently using as they run out with a safer version. Take the time to research safer, non-toxic products and then make the switch.
So here you go….. Take a rare peek into my somewhat disorganized cabinet under the kitchen sink to see what green cleaning products I’m using right now.
That BIG tank is part of a reverse osmosis water filtration system. Let me know if you want to hear more about it. I’m happy to share the pros and cons.
Here are some of the green cleaning products under my kitchen sink:
This product is great for cleaning tile and grout, stainless steel, toilets, showers and tubs. I’ve been using Better Life green cleaning products for a few years. I’ve written about Better Life before and shared with you that I was an official blogger for the company. This essentially meant that I had a chance to test out some of their products and share my honest opinion. And I did!
Seventh Generation Free & Clear Natural Glass & Surface Cleaner and Earth Friendly Products Window Cleaner both work well on windows and other glass surfaces.
Oh how I love this stuff. It can be used for cleaning so many different things. HERE are a few ideas to get you started.
Branch Basics is an interesting concept. If you don’t want to make your own cleaning products this is the next best thing. The starter kit comes with concentrate, an Empty Refillable Spray Bottle and foamer bottle. The unscented concentrate can be diluted with water to make the cleaner. There’s a guide that comes with the kit which spells out how to mix the concentrate. It can be used for laundry, dishes, stains, removing streaks and more.
Check out Earth Friendly Pear Dishmate Dishwashing Liquid. I use this for all dishes. It seems to cut through grease and grim without a problem.
I just made the switch from a powder dishwasher soap to Earth Friendly Products Wave Auto Dishwasher Gel and so far it’s working well.
What are some of your favorite green cleaning products hiding under your kitchen sink? I’d love to hear!
Disclosure: These products were all purchased by me and can be found under my kitchen sink. Some links are affiliate links meaning, at no additional cost to you, I may get a small commission if you make a purchase. Thanks for your support!