Becoming a Chemical Free Home – The Introduction

Ever since having Sebastian, I have been ever so particular about how anything he touches gets cleaned. The thought of all the chemicals in what seemed like every cleaner scared me when I thought of Sebastian being exposed to them.

I’ve never been a fan of cleaning products, something didn’t seem right to me when I’d feel sick and have a hard time breathing after cleaning my bathroom.
At times, some stuff didn’t seem clean – just whitened from bleach. So I started doing some research on non-toxic cleaners. I ended up buying some “green” products (that aren’t cheap) and I didn’t like the results, things didn’t seem really clean, just rinsed. Plus there was still that chemically smell.

I then tossed around the idea of making my own cleaners but I was very apprehensive at first. I thought it was going to take a lot of time and money (neither of which I had much of) and I wasn’t convinced they were going to work well. But, I decided to take the plunge! It was all very overwhelming at first, so I broke my list down by room of the house that I wanted to start switching out chemicals for greener, non-toxic cleaners. In the next couple weeks I will share with you my cleaners, the recipes, the results and the cost. My hope is that once I replace the chemical cleaners in my home, I will begin replacing the other product that are filled with chemicals. I can’t wait to share with you my results!!!

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Nicole Turner

I'm a small town girl, podcaster, multiple-hat wearer, and wildly imperfect wife + mama. I have an obsession with helping ambitious women pursue their dreams while prioritizing their values + wellbeing. I'm dedicated to helping you cut the overwhelm, get unstuck, grow your confidence, ignite your results, and transform your life + your business... starting right now. Around here you'll find tips and tools to do just that.

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