I just got a new green cleaner for my house! I’m a follower of the 100 Days of Real Food blog. A few weeks ago she had a review and special sale posted for the green cleaner Branch Basics. I read about the product and the reviews are all positive and encouraging, so I figured I’d jump in and see if this works for my house.
As I posted at the beginning of the year, one of my goals is to use more green products in my household, to minimize the chemicals that I expose my family too. It’s hard to do, with the cost of items out there. However, when I saw this deal I thought it was a great deal based on the quantity that I would get, the quantity the solution would make and the per cost of a bottle of cleaner. Not to mention, the reviews list endless uses for this product, including laundry, skin rashes, cleaning, produce cleaning, gardening, etc.
I ordered the 1 gallon jug of cleaner, which comes with three empty spray bottles (not pictured because the twins swiped them!) The gallon is unscented and it’s a concentrate, so I will have to dilute it into the spray bottles. I like that the spray bottles allow you to list what the purpose is and what the dilution is. I also love the fact that since it is unscented, I can add my own essential oils to create the fragrance that I prefer to use, rather than using an artificial, stinky scent from the store. Also included in the package is a bro sure that tells you why green cleaning is important, uses for it, and also a flyer that gives you ratios of dilution for certain things.
I’m off to go to make some dilutions and start using it! I of course will post my review once I’ve used it for a while. Stay tuned for that.