How’s your cleaning efforts? Are you considering getting rid of all harsh chemical cleaners from your home? Here’s a product that I think would be phenomenal to start with. Presenting Branch Basics – a safe non-toxic cleaning solution for every inch of your home.
When I found out I had hypothyroidism, my first thought was, “how did I get this”, after a couple of months of taking medication, I decided to googled hypothyroidism and found all sorts of information that my doctor failed to tell me. WOW…was I astonished! I begin right away to further my healthy, cleaner lifestyle. The first thing I did was get rid of all chemical cleaners in my home.
After meeting these lovey ladies at the ShiftCon Eco Blogger Conference last month, I knew I found a basic cleaner that I could use everything for. Yes, I do use other non-toxic cleaners because I make my own, but glad to be introduced to Branch Basics. I like a clean sparkly house and this solution simply does a wonderful job.
Branch Basics is a cleaning solution you can literally use for everything…even on your body! It’s “all purpose” solution is a non-toxic soap concentrate made of food-grade ingredients that’s safe on a baby’s bottom, and powerful enough to use on those most toughest jobs. It all depends on the dilution. All you do is add the amount necessary to do the job. For example – if wanting to use as a body/bath soap, you would add 5 parts distilled water to 1 part solution, or if wanting to make a solution for those tough jobs (crayon marks, grease, etc.), you would mix 1 part distilled water to 1 part solution (see photo) AND…so many more uses in between!!
Branch Basics: One Formula. Hundreds of Uses.
- Household Cleaning
- Laundry and Stains
- Personal Care
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Baby Wash
- Everything really!!
For powerful ingredients that won’t harm your home or your family, simple choose Branch Basics. That’s one step closer to a cleaner lifestyle. Their website is full of information that I couldn’t possible mention here, so be sure to visit them soon at http://branchbasics.com.