Many people don’t realise their over-reliance on products with harmful toxins in order to accomplish their domestic cleaning needs. The same often applies to certain health & beauty products too which people use on a regular basis.
We often hear of suggestions regarding ways to use everyday, natural products in the home (like lemon juice or vinegar) to help with the cleaning. But what I’m about to show you is a far more comprehensive compilation of some awesome uses for ordinary household products that is likely to amaze, all listed succinctly in a single table for easy reference.
What my online research has resulted in is an A-Z guide of 80+ solutions that are derived from just 7 natural products found in most homes. These can be used to not only drastically reduce the levels of toxins in your home, but also to generate substantial savings when compared to buying manufactured products for all the various applications mentioned.
According to the National Waste Report back in 2010, “if waste generation grows at 4.5% per annum, Australia will generate 81,072,593 tonnes of waste in 2020-21.” So to help reduce your waste contribution while at the same time lowering the amount of harmful chemicals in your household, here are some natural and powerful replacements – almost all of which are courtesy of Mother Nature.
As you can see from these natural alternatives, unlike their manufactured rivals they’re not just a one-trick pony and have a far wider range of applications. So it’s not just the reduction in toxins that you’ll be benefiting from, as you will also end up getting far better value for money by being able to use these natural alternatives in multiple ways.
But, if any of the above still doesn’t suit/meet your needs, another alternative which I came across worth mentioning is Better Life. Their products clean more effectively than many leading brands and are so safe you can even spray them into your mouth.
I hope you’ve found this post both interesting and useful. Please share this table with anyone you feel would benefit from a healthier approach to living at home.