Monday, September 4, 2017

Non-Toxic Window and Glass Cleaner with Thieves Household Cleaner

Soooo.... let's chat about windows. Sure, sure, I know that it may seem like a boring conversation, but, trust me-- it's not.

I bet you didn't know that most retail glass cleaners are super duper toxic, did you?

Glass cleaners can be packed full of chemicals to give us that streak free shine and crystal clear appearance, but those same chemicals may also decrease fertility, negatively impact growing children, cause respiratory symptoms, decrease the functionality of the nervous system plus a lot more.

How can this happen? Well, it's a long story, but the gist is that our cleaning products are largely self-regulated by the industry and there are very few rules about what is banned in home care products. But considering the consequences of some of these chemicals and that air pollution can be up to six times greater in our homes compared to outside-- this is definitely something we need to take seriously.

For a full list of how toxic your window cleaner may be, check out What's In Your Glass Cleaner or visit the EWG Cleaning Database for more info.

DIY Window Cleaner featuring Thieves Household Cleaner

If you are a long term follower of my blog, you may already know that I already have TWO window cleaning recipes, but I think we can agree that a girl can never have enough non-toxic tricks up her sleeve.

Plus, you seem to be Thieves Household Cleaning addicts. I've gotten a lot of emails asking for a DIY window cleaning recipe featuring this super awesome concentrated cleaner! You want to use it in everything in your home. That's cool. I get it. It's badass.

What is great about Thieves Household Cleaner is that it's a natural based cleaner with a low chemical impact. It's concentrated so a little can go a really long way. Plus, you can make all kinds of things with it like an all purpose cleaner, floor cleaners, base board cleaners, dishwashing detergent, and a host of other ideas just by adding water, vinegar or both! Annnnnnd the best part? Most of these non-toxic cleaners will cost less than $1 to make per bottle.

DIY Glass Cleaner with Thieves Household Cleaner
  • 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner (Get It Here)
  • 1 tsp of white vinegar for streak-free clean
  • 1 cup distilled water
  • 2 drops lemon essential oil (Get It Here)
  • Spray Bottle
Mix it in a spray bottle. Shake it up. Spray it on a rag and go at it!

DIY nontoxic window cleaner using Thieves Household Cleaner

If you want to check out my other recipes for window cleaners you can check out...
I hope this recipe helps you get one step closer to a chemical free home! 
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