Clean House Clean Planet

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Gallery Books, Apr 1, 1997 - House & Home - 320 pages
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How many times have you said you're killing yourself trying to keep your house clean? You might have been joking, but you're closer to the truth than you think if you're using expensive commercial cleansers. Karen Logan, an environmentalist with years of experience developing and selling her own line of eco-friendly cleaning products, reveals the secret of using simple, ordinary ingredients life baking soda, vinegar, soap, lemon juice, and salt to make safe, inexpensive cleaners.

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This book is a good reference for cleaner recipes. - Goodreads
I am LOVING the recipes in this book. - Goodreads
It is amazing that these recipes worked so well. - LibraryThing
These recipes are very simple and work very well. - LibraryThing
I use the recipes in this book on a daily basis. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Tanja Lebeau - Goodreads

Simple ingredients, relatively simple recipes and suggestions for use other than the obvious. I am going to use several of those once my commercial cleaners run out. I started with one, and it's working well. Read full review

Review: Clean House Clean Planet

User Review  - Tanja Lebeau - Goodreads

Simple ingredients, relatively simple recipes and suggestions for use other than the obvious. I am going to use several of those once my commercial cleaners run out. I started with one, and it's working well. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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