Non-Toxic Heavy Duty Household Cleaner

As I mentioned in a previous post, many popular household cleaners have been linked to an increased risk of several different types of cancers in addition to exacerbating pre-existing health conditions such as asthma. I received my monthly order today and decided to try my new 12x concentrated heavy duty cleaner. I decided to use it to see how well it would clean the rack in my toaster oven (which was starting to look really gross and had been very hard to clean in the past). Since the solution is so concentrated, I poured a small amount into a cup and mixed it with water. I applied the solution to the oven rack and was actually surprised at how quickly and effectively this product worked. I was a bit skeptical initially since many people tend to assume that non toxic products are somehow weaker or less effective. After 5-10 minutes, months worth of grease and burnt food had been removed and the rack looked practically new. As you can see from the label below, the product contains no chlorine bleach, ammonia, formaldehyde, pthalates or toxic chemicals. The 12x concentrated formula is also very economical, likely to last longer than typical household cleaners.

Showing a picture of my new heavy duty cleaner and newly cleaned oven rack.

In addition to the heavy duty cleaner, I purchased a “bathroom savings pack.” which contains toilet bowl cleaner, a tub and tile cleaner, shower cleaner and glass cleaner. I decided to experiment with the tub and tile cleaner since there had been some stains in my tub which despite our best cleaning efforts, were hard to remove. While I haven’t finished cleaning my tub, I can already see that this new formula is actually more effective than a lot of popular brands, since I noticed stains being removed within minutes of applying the formula to the surface. The photo below shows my partially cleaned bathtub, with a notable difference between the parts of the tub where I had applied the cleaner and the parts that I still had left to clean.

A recent photo of my bathtub showing the difference between clean (top) and not yet clean (bottom) parts of the photo. Note that some of this is due to a shadow, my tub wasn’t THAT gross to begin with đŸ™‚

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