If you still haven’t found a good natural replacement for all of those toxic household cleaners – and one that actually works – then this is for you. I’ll never forget when a friend once said to me, “Most people think of harsh chemical cleaners as smelling clean, but I only think of them as smelling like cancer.” She was obviously being very dramatic, but not long after that conversation I decided to clean out everything that was under my kitchen sink. And man, she was right, I owned a plethora of conventional very smelly cleaners. My collection included everything from toilet bowl solution to glass cleaner to bleach…all products that could inflict harm just from their fumes alone, and can you imagine if some was accidentally ingested? (Heathers anyone?) So, right then and there I decided I was done and honestly gave everything to the very same neighbor who willingly accepted all my processed food not too many months before – no hard feelings attached! What can I say, she wanted it and I hated to waste anything.
Then I went through a period of staring at all the different “natural” cleaners for sale at Target. Who doesn’t love the selection at Target? BUT I was at a loss because I could not decipher this stuff like I can food. Even if I tried to read the ingredient labels none of the long names made any sense to me. So here I was trying bottle after bottle (at $4 or $5 a pop I might add) thinking I don’t even know if this stuff is really any better than what I just tossed.
So that’s why I am thrilled to share with you today a natural, non-toxic cleaner from one of our affiliate partners that IS better. Branch Basics is what our family has been using for about a year now and not only is it better, but it has many uses as a household cleaner (carpet cleaning and stain removal included) as well as a personal care product for everything from burns to cold sores to insect repellent to make-up remover to head lice. What?!? I hope I never have to test that claim out, but it’s hard to imagine something safe enough for all these things can also safely and effectively clean your home. In summary, this one formula basically cleans just about anything washable (even your dog!), which is pretty amazing.
These are the ingredients in Branch Basics Concentrate:
Purified water, fatty acids, coconut oil, organic alcohol, folic acid, minerals and enzymes derived from edible and seed-bearing plants.
And not that it’s at all recommended, but you could literally drink some of this stuff and be just fine! These are the reasons why I am super excited to offer you a very special deal on Branch Basics solution today. No more guesswork when it comes to trying to select the cleaning products that are best for your family.
Branch Basics Non-Toxic All-Purpose Cleaner
The average cost of “green” cleaners – many of which still contain harmful chemicals – is $6.18 and their uses are very limited. The 32 oz bottle of concentrate will yield about 6 bottles of cleaner at $4.59 each, whereas the gallon size makes 24 bottles at about $3.59 each. And that’s before your $5 discount, and you can use it for virtually every cleaning need, both home and body.
Note: The special 40% off sale ended at midnight (EST) on Monday, March 4 BUT we’ve worked out a deal so you can still save 10% off on your first order with coupon code 100DRF10.
Here’s What Branch Basics Has to Say About Their Product:
This All-Purpose Cleaner is…
- Non-toxic, Biodegradable, Hypo-allergenic
- Human-safe (causes no harm if accidentally ingested)
- Effectively removes stains and odors
- Replaces virtually all conventional cleaners
- Not tested on animals
Branch Basics is a powerful, organic solvent made from the fatty acids of edible and seed-bearing plants. From household use and personal hygiene to commercial and industrial applications, again, this one formula can clean just about anything washable. Its powerful enzymatic action makes it tough enough to dissolve hard engine grease, while its 100% non-toxic ingredients are safe enough to bathe a baby. We are continually blown away by its range of uses and encourage people to “never put it in a box!”
If you still have questions be sure to check out the FAQ page on their site or you can watch this cute video below…