The Park & Non Toxic Cleaning

Chloes allergies are still getting to her and mine have kicked in as well. Even though she is feeling rough, she is still a kid and wants to go outside.

We went to our local park and luckily there were not tons of kids there. It was awkward when Chloe would cough and I had to announce “It’s asthma and allergies, not Covid. She stayed away from everyone and after 40 minutes was ready to go home and rest. It was a beautiful day, but things are blooming and yards are being mowed. Not good for us allergy sufferers.

I am always looking for non-toxic, but affordable replacements in our home. I do make an all purpose cleaner with vinegar, water and essential oil. I use it everywhere, except on wood. I make detergent sometimes, but I don’t really have storage for it, so I buy sensitive skin brand detergent. During Spring we tend to be more sensitive to everything it seems.

I think about what my grandparents or even great grandparents used to clean their homes. I know one of my grandmother’s used vinegar and water. I remember the smell. Her home was always spotless and smelled so clean. It’s also so cheap to make your own cleaners ๐Ÿ™‚

Do any of you make your own cleaning supplies…share below

2 thoughts on “The Park & Non Toxic Cleaning”

  1. I make my own cleaners, too. I even make my own carpet freshener with baking soda and essential oil. It smells so good! And for the windows and mirrors I just use water and vinegar. I think homemade cleaners work better than store bought. ๐Ÿ™‚

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