The Ultimate Guide to DIY Natural Cleaning Products (Infographic)

Ashton August
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Can someone please tell me why we clean our homes, ourselves and our clothing with dangerous chemicals? Ok, I know the answer – cleaver marketing campaigns, low prices, convenience . . . Many don’t understand the importance of using natural cleaning products.
 
We spray our countertops with things like Dimethicone/silica/PEG, Ethanolamine and Tetrapotassium EDTA. Then we prepare food on them. Yuck!
 
We wash our cloths in things like Quaternium-15 (Releases formaldehyde, a known carcinogen that causes rashes and skin inflammation), Ethyl acetate (a fabric softener and known Neurotoxin). Even the term “fragrance” may refer to a combination of several hundred hazardous chemicals.
 
Luckily, there is another way. Almost all household cleaning products have an all natural, organic, counterpart.
 
It’s officially springtime and in the spirit of Spring Cleaning, it’s the time to cleanse, purify, and purge. You can cleanse your home using DIY natural products (often for a fraction of the cost) and you can purify your life by purging harmful chemicals and toxins from your cleaning cabinet.
 

This fantastic infographic teaches you how to make DIY natural cleaning products:

Let’s explore all the natural, organic ways we can keep our homes sparkling clean – and safe.
 
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Infogrphic by: Heiton Buckley and NeoMam Studios
 

There you have it – your complete guide to DIY natural cleaning products

Ditch the nasty chemicals and make your own DIY cleaning products. They work just as well (often better!), can save you money, and come with peace of mind knowing you and your loved ones are safe. It’s easier than you’d think to make your own natural cleaning products, and the benefits are well worth the effort!
 

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Ashton August

Ashton is a writer, yoga instructor and Editorial Director here at YogiApproved.com. If she's not bustin' out articles or producing YogiApproved videos, you can find her teaching Buti Yoga, hugging her puppies, or traveling the world with her beau. Follow her on social @ashtonaugustyoga

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