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For a truly green clean, look to your kitchen cupboard. Do you have baking soda, salt and vinegar? What about lemons or oils? Then you are well on your way to a low-cost, high-green, easy-to-use green clean.
Get to learn how to use vinegar to clean almost anything at:
Some good tips for using baking soda in your green cleaning can be found at:
Learn to use salt for more than cooking: http://www.greenfootsteps.com/cleaning-with-salt.html
Don't hesitate to get creative with essential oils as well - certain oils are wonderful disinfectants, others make marvelous deodorizers or are excellent for pest control.
Young Living: http://www.youngliving.com/en_US/wellness/natural-household-products/cleaning-with-essential-oils.html
Real Foods: http://www.real-foods.net/naturally-clean.html
A very good book available that is fairly cheap (and cheaper if acquired used) is _The Naturally Clean Home: 150 Super-Easy Herbal Formulas for Green Cleaning (Paperback)_
It's much better than using those horrid commercial cleaners, especially since they're without those awful, hurty artificial smells that require you to open the windows because it is bad for your health to use in an enclosed space... they sure make cleaning toilets tough, huh?
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