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06-28-2017 01:45 AM
OptimalPrime
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Originally Posted by sprintcar93 View Post
Normally when I do a bid if someone wants eco friendly cleaners I tell them what ever they want to hear and use the same thing I usually use. All of my stuff has always been in my own unmarked bottles
I can't stop laughing at this sprintcar. Not exactly doing anything wrong. Some people think they want their house cleaned with warm water and the all natural root of a mystical organic tree flower crushed into an herbal oil.....

But at the end the day it's all feel good smoke and mirrors for most. If that stuff didn't clean they would blame the cleaner not the bad choice of product.
06-27-2017 07:05 PM
spotty cleaning service Try Home Depot I use the industrial all purpose cleaner
06-27-2017 03:18 AM
Conall Smith A multi-purpose cleaner will work on multiple surfaces and accomplish many types of cleaning needs in the home. Here are some multi-purpose cleaner

- WINDEX MULTI-SURFACE CLEANER W/ VINEGAR, 26 OZ.
- FANTASTIK ALL PURPOSE CLEANER, 32 OZ.
- MR. CLEAN ANTIBACTERIAL ALL PURPOSE CLEANER, 32 OZ.
06-25-2017 05:42 PM
epicheather265 Try Sol-U-Guard and Sol-U-Mel by Melaleuca.
It is all-natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly, chemical-free and it has the power to clean like no other.
Do some research on the Melaleuca products or click here to learn more.
01-23-2017 04:42 AM
Sharon Alex
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Originally Posted by naturalnut View Post
A very simple and economical mulitpurpose that works....add 1 tsp. of your favourite 'natural' liquid detergent for hand washing dishes to a spray bottle of water.

Works out to approx. 10 cents per bottle and is very effective in cleaning over 95% of the home
Thanks for sharing this here. I have tried this tip, and it's really helpful.
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01-12-2017 01:25 AM
Upstatepressure
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Originally Posted by heatherbee View Post
I am looking for a good multipurpose cleaner!? I want it to be environmentally safe, biodegradable, etc. Can someone recommend any? Thanks!
Check into a product called "mean green" they offer a wide horizon of products ranging from outdoor patio cleaner to indoor degreasers
01-11-2017 10:55 PM
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Green multipurpose cleaner

I've recently started using Quick n Brite. It's nontoxic and biodegradable. It's nice because it can be used as a multipurpose cleaner and a glass cleaner. The light solution comes out to about 7cents a bottle when mixed. Sometimes es I throw in some essential oils to give it a nice fragrance.
12-23-2016 10:00 PM
GretchenMcPherson Thanks for the information!!
12-19-2016 01:09 PM
daytoncontractors Method cleaning products. All large stores carry this brand and I have found that the scents are appealing (mint, lemon, lavender). All natural smells as opposed to the horrific smell of Seventh Generations products.
12-15-2016 04:39 PM
Max61 Some great tips on green cleaners. I'm not as green as I should be. But as green products are improving it only makes sense to be more green
12-01-2016 03:57 PM
SleeperCell Awesome info! Thanks
11-23-2016 11:31 AM
mayagh
montrealluxcleaning.com

very interesting tips , we use mildew remover but basicly this is a bleach , it works for sometime , but if the source is still there it will apear again
bstrgds
www.montrealluxcleaning.com
11-20-2016 09:15 PM
Kat-Affordable Mrs. Meyers multi purpose is the best possible option. I transitioned into green cleaning products about a month ago and I haven't regret it since. BUT do your research first.
11-06-2016 06:40 AM
maya61 Hi
could you explain what you mean exactly by multipurpose tool? I am not sure but I think there is no machine you can use it for completely different purposes, but some wet and dry vacuum cleaner are really practical. in addition to suction of dust, solid and liquid material, they have the capability for blowing air and with their various accessories you can clean difficult to reach area, upholstery, hard floors ,

good luck
11-05-2016 05:16 PM
pristineclean87 I ADORE Nature Clean's tea tree & west indie lime multi-purpose cleaner in the concentrate form. It's a Canadian company so it might be harder to find in the US but all of my cleaners love it and it smells soooo good.
11-01-2016 08:31 AM
Pro Maid Sq Seventh Generation and Pink Solution are good possibilities.
10-31-2016 05:15 AM
hema76 Great post ,thank you for sharing. awesome info I t is helpful to every one.......
10-31-2016 01:27 AM
HomeMom I agree that Seventh Generation products are fantastic! Cheers.
10-07-2016 05:58 PM
hilli
Mrs. Meyers

I like using Mr.s Meyers multi surface cleaner. I have 2 kids and use it around the kitchen. Great clean scent and it's earth friendly.
09-30-2016 04:23 AM
achiras026
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Originally Posted by naturalnut View Post
A very simple and economical mulitpurpose that works....add 1 tsp. of your favourite 'natural' liquid detergent for hand washing dishes to a spray bottle of water.

Works out to approx. 10 cents per bottle and is very effective in cleaning over 95% of the home
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