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Cruelty Free Cleaning

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Taxidermied Baphomet Taxidermied Baphomet NSW Posts: 292
1 5 Jul 2012
Hello, i would love to change my nasty chemical cleaning products to more environmentaly safe products.

What do you guys think are the safest and with the best results? happy
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..1 ..1 TAS Posts: 2265
2 5 Jul 2012
http://www.naturesorganics.com.au/household-cleaning

Pretty sure these are all chemical free. They're also vegan, not tested on animals, and are often cheaper in price than most of the other commonly used brands.
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
3 5 Jul 2012
I have had good results with both of these brands which can be bought from most supermarkets:

Vegan and palm oil free.
http://www.orangepower.com.au/

Mostly vegan (I think a few of their soaps have honey) and uses sustainable palm oil.
http://www.ecostore.co.nz/
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
4 5 Jul 2012
Oh also you can't go wrong with vinegar and baking soda!
http://www.vinegartips.com/scripts/pageViewSec.asp?id=7

We use vinegar and hot water to clean out floor boards now and they have never looked shinier happy
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KirstyGirl KirstyGirl TAS Posts: 754
5 5 Jul 2012
Vegesaurus said:
I have had good results with both of these brands which can be bought from most supermarkets:

Vegan and palm oil free.
http://www.orangepower.com.au/

Mostly vegan (I think a few of their soaps have honey) and uses sustainable palm oil.
http://www.ecostore.co.nz/
OrangePower is great! They're cleaners are really good as well as cruelty-free! happy
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...2 ...2 WA Posts: 2307
6 5 Jul 2012
I second the Nature's Organics and vinegar. In every place I have ever worked, vinegar is used for polishing silverwear, cleaning coffee steamers and washing windows.
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KirstyGirl KirstyGirl TAS Posts: 754
7 5 Jul 2012
The Sair Scare said:
I second the Nature's Organics and vinegar. In every place I have ever worked, vinegar is used for polishing silverwear, cleaning coffee steamers and washing windows.
Oh yes vinegar and bi-carb soda are the best cleaners! They do everything! I use vinegar to clean my hair too! Does an amazing job! Just can't use it constantly though otherwise it would start bleaching it too haha
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Taxidermied Baphomet Taxidermied Baphomet NSW Posts: 292
8 6 Jul 2012
Thanks everyone for the links, i will be replacing hopefully all of my nasties. I cant wait to try the vinegar one happy
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Jade Culley Jade Culley WA Posts: 1
9 21 Apr 2015
I see that relies too late, I know. I am new to this community. I use the services of professional cleaners who use eco friendly products:

http://www.homecleaningperth.com.au        

If you want you can try these as well. When the spots are not big I use vinegar and baking soda but in some cases I can not do it by myself.
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