Natural Cleaning

Cleaning using natural products is cheap.  It’s easy.  And it’s HEALTHY.


Natural Cleaning Recipes


If you’ve found yourself stuck in a cleaning rut, or surround by a mess and don’t know where to start, watch the video below and download my SIMPLE HOUSE CLEANING ROUTINE to get you started.




Natural Cleaning Essentials…





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22 thoughts on “Natural Cleaning

  1. PS for us UK’ers, rubbing alcohol is called surgical spirit in the UK, freely available from any pharmacy. 🙂

    • Thanks a ton mary, still i don’t know in India what it called but think i am seeing a ray of hope to fine rubbing alcohol 😀 . Before i went to a shop and asked for RA, the shopkeeper gave a look as he is going to call police ( It’s alcoholllllllllllllllllllllll OMG ) 😛 😛

  2. Just a tip. I got a Dirt Devil Vac+Dust for my non carpeted floors and I am SUPER impressed with this product. It has completely eliminated the need for sweeping in my house and makes it a quick cleanup after dinner to run it in the kitchen and dining room. I found it at Walmart for less than $40. We’ll worth every penny. Hope you try it out. Tell me what you think!

    Laura P.

    • Laura,
      I recently found a Dirt Devil Vacuum cleaner it’s a blue bag less type with several attachments at a yard sale for $10.00 ! It work’s great on my hard wood flooring, My large area rug and then all the attachments for cleaning under my cushion’s, under stuff etc, and I got a great deal for only $10.00

  3. Hi Kathryn!
    I “cooked” the recipes yesterday. I don’t like the window cleaner but the others are fantastic, love them. Love your blog very nice and simple with lots of information. Thank you. Szabina

  4. Hi Kathryn,

    Love your videos, ideas and tips. I have always enjoyed organizing stuff, but with your suggestions.. The whole cleaning and organizing activities have become so much more fun… Cannot thank you enough.

    I stay in an apt complex, so would love to have some ideas on arranging wardrobes… I m Sure you must have some idea how annoying apt wardrobes can be.
    Thanks daksha

  5. Hi
    I am struggling to keep my dish washing machine clean… do you have a video or tips on cleaning the black gunk buildup and keeping it from coming back?

    • I clean mine with lemonade packets! Just get a Lemonade Koolaid packet (get the name brand, the store brand sucks) and put it in the soap dispenser and run a normal cycle! Or you can run an extremely hot cycle with a bowl of vinegar on the top rack.

    • This is going to sound funny, but I have been using it to clean the dishwasher for yrs & it works great….TANG! Yep, that old fashioned powdered orange drink the astronauts took to the moon! The citric acid cleans off all that nastiness & leaves a bonus of a nice orange scent 🙂 Just put a couple tablespoons in the detergent dispenser instead of detergent & run the washer on normal setting. (without the dishes of course…LOL)

      • This really does work and we were told to do this by the dishwasher service technician. A great way to clean out all the unseen gunk!

  6. Hola Kathryn,
    Gracias por todos tus tips y videos tan hermosos pero sobre todo tan utiles. Eres mi favorita. Desafortunadamente aqui en Mexico no hay Muchas cosas baratas y bonitas para organizar, pero hacemos lo mejor que podemos. Muchas felicidades por tu exelente canal y aun mas por tu hermosa familia. Saludos desde Puebla, Mexico.
    Muchas Besos y abrazos a tu bebito Carson. he is so adorable.

  7. Awesome Videos and blog. I use febreeze a lot so im going to use your refresher. 🙂 Also what do you use for sanatizing your floors and bathrooms/toilets?

  8. I have been using white vinegar for years to clean everything! If you run out of fabric softener, you can use a 1/3 of a cup in the softener dispenser or directly into the washer before the rinse cycle. Vinegar and baking soda work great to unclog and keep your drains running smooth… use 2 tablespoons of baking soda, into the drain.. try and get as much in as possible.. then follow with 1 cup of vinegar. Wait till all the bubbling and the dirt and icky stuff stops coming up, and pour at least 2 cups of boiling water down the drain.I remove the large chunks of stuff that come up with a paper towel before using the water.
    I use it regularly, and it is safe for all types of pipes, copper or pvc or whatever.
    I use hydrogen peroxide to get blood off of just about anything, and doesn’t matter if the stain is old either… it still works. If it is a small area to clean I just use a cotton swab and dab , let bubble, dab etc until the stain is gone. No rusty ring either. If it is larger, pour some in a container and let the area sit till the stain disappears. I have even used it on a white carpet and gotten the stain out without damaging the carpet.

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