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I will have to try the seventh generation bathroom cleaner. I use their dish soap and it works just as well as any regular one, with the bonus that it does not make my sponge or rag smell funky the way regular dish soap does. I also use hydrogen peroxide to clean my shower tiles.

Thanks for the list! I am always looking for good green cleaners.



I use a homemade mix of water (large amount) vinegar (medium amount) rubbing alcohol (small amount) and cornstarch (tiny amount) for cleaning windows, counters, sinks and toilets. I just use the natural laundry soap & dishwashing soap from Trader Joe's. It's nice, because my cleaning supplies are literally just a cloth to dust & one spray bottle of homemade mix.

Joy @ JoyfullyGreen.com

Yes, thanks for mentioning hydrogen peroxide, Kate--also a great choice for green cleaners. I am going to try it on my bathroom tiles--seems a lot easier than scrubbing with baking soda.

Joy @ JoyfullyGreen.com

Thats great, Janna. Simple and green! Didnt know about cornstarch for cleaning--thanks!

Donna Schultz

Great list,Joy! It's got my wheels turning!

Joy @ JoyfullyGreen.com

Thanks, Donna! And Im so glad you stopped by the comments section!

Tiffany (NatureMom)

I will have to look for the Lemongrass Citrus scented Seventh Generation cleaner. I have never seen it before. :)

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