Thursday, March 12, 2015

spring cleaning with murchison-hume


































elodie has actual chores now and it's important to me that she can clean without me worrying about getting harsh chemicals on her hands. her favorite job is cleaning our refrigerator (little hands are always hanging out here with magnets and such) and dusting. i've been experimenting for a couple of years now with the different eco-friendly cleaners that are on the market and have also made my own cleaning concoctions. apart from a few essential oil cleaning sprays i like that i gleaned from here, i've been mostly disappointed trying to go completely natural with my cleaning supplies. murchison-hume has been such a great discovery for me. it's sometimes hard to navigate which chemicals are bad for you and to figure out how to implement a change for the better in your home. their ingredients are front and center and mirror everything that i have researched on trying to clean up under my kitchen sink. i also found this and this helpful on how to dispose of the last of the bad products that i had lying around.

this post is sponsored but all opinions are my own. i would never review something that i didn't believe in or wouldn't gladly purchase myself. 

7 comments:

  1. The packaging is beautiful, and I actually wouldn’t mind leaving it sitting out on the vanity!

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  2. The spray seems great! We love to use non-toxic cleaning products if it isn't necessary! This way our clients don't need to worry about breathing the toxins from the cleaning product and they are much happier! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Thank you for the tip, I just ordered the starter set. I've been looking for something non-toxic, but also something that works well.

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  4. I just tried the cleaning spray for the first time (thanks to you!) Such a great purchase.

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  5. It's great that your child already has chores. That helps children grow up disciplined and knowing what's important. Cleaning dust is something that should be done at least 2 times a week IMO. It helps a lot the deeper cleaning once a week. I enjoyed reading your ARTicle. Thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Hi, Elizabeth. I just want to say that people like you are rare and you should use this to your advantage. You're a talented writer and I'm sure you're just as good at everything else you do. Thanks for sharing your post and helping us choose a good cleaning product.

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  7. I just tried the cleaning spray for the first time (thanks to you!) Such a great purchase.

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