Here’s Zoe Popper’s third Green Cleaning Tip: Essential oils are a natural way to bring freshness and beautiful aromas into your home. Many commercial cleaners use essentials oils, but they also contain lots of harsh chemicals which you really don’t need or want. Here’s a quick rundown of some of things you can do with… Continue reading Green Cleaning Tip #3: Essential Oils!
Here’s Zoe Popper’s second Green Cleaning Tip: Bicarbonate of Soda (or Baking Soda) is a great general cleaner due to its natural foaming and odour neutralising qualities. With bicarb you can clean, scour, deodorise, and remove stains. The easiest way is to sprinkle a little on a damp cloth or sponge and wipe over surfaces… Continue reading Green Cleaning Tip #2: Bicarb!
Here’s Zoe Popper’s first Green Cleaning Tip. Use the power of lemons to get your furniture gleaming. This is a great natural furniture polish that you can also use on wooden floors. You will need: Olive oil Lemon juice (from real unwaxed lemons) Spray bottle Mix 1 part olive oil, with 1 part lemon juice.… Continue reading Green Cleaning Tip #1: Lemons!
Here’s some tips from cleaner extraordinaire Zoe Popper, on how to clean your home without poisoning yourself. Take it away, Zoe… These days, cleaning your house is like wading through a toxic swamp. There are so many sprays and wipes and hi-tech gizmos designed to help get your home sparkling, but can all these chemicals be… Continue reading How to get your house Green Clean