Raising Healthy Families: Detoxing Your Cleaning Supplies

Positively Real Media Network

Welcome back to the Raising Health Families series, join us each week as we take a look at different ways to keep your family healthy and whole in a not-so-healthy world.

Written by Hilary Kimes Bernstein of Accidentally Green

Today we’ll take another look at how to keep our families healthy in a not-so-healthy world.

Unfortunately, many commercial cleaning products are toxic. But the great news is that you can make your own effective, safe cleaners. Before you start your spring cleaning routine this year, choose your supplies carefully.

Detoxing Your Cleaning Supplies

Please check out Accidentally Green’s Detoxing Your Cleaning Supplies to learn more about toxic cleaning supplies and non-toxic, homemade options.

Note: This series is designed as a fun and informative compilation to help you and your family thrive. Each post is the opinion of that particular blogger, not necessarily mine or Positively Real Media’s.


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Stacy Karen

Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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