Have you ever reached under your kitchen sink or into a bathroom cabinet for a bottle of household cleaner and wondered, “How toxic is this?” You want to use more natural cleaners for the safety of your home and family, but you’re not sure where to start.
I understand. Because I used to feel the exact same way.
You feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of information available.
You feel disappointed by cleaners that have failed to live up to their promises.
You feel skeptical about the effectiveness of natural products and the advice you find online.
You feel frustrated by the lack of product safety data.
I believe you deserve a clean home without having to compromise your family’s health or safety.
You don’t have to have a degree in chemistry or spend millions on fancy organic cleaners. With the right ingredients and a few simple tips, YOU can master natural cleaning.
I can show you how.
What Readers Are Saying
Absolutely LOVE your cleaning recipes; easy to make and they really WORK!!! Telling my friends about your site so they can enjoy your insights. Housework is NOT my favorite pastime, but you have enabled me to make it almost pleasant not to mention having much more under-counter space for the cleaning supplies that actually CLEAN. – Rebakah B.
Thank you for your wonderful site! I’ve been using your homemade fabric softener and room spray for about a year now and LOVING them. I just recently tried your floor cleaning method and it CHANGED MY LIFE! – Grace M.
Thank you for your funny, inspiring blog. You make my day!! I have made all of your cleaning potions in my kitchen and thrown out every product with harmful chemicals. Keep up the good work of great ideas that make our days. – Jennifer J.
I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate the work that you put into your site. I have already learned *so* much from it, and I’m really looking forward to reading your future posts! – Katie T.
The Journey to Natural Cleaning
Imagine yourself standing in the kitchen enjoying a cup of coffee after you’ve just finished cleaning your home. You love the look of the shiny floors and freshly cleaned surface, but feel the most calm as you realize that your pet’s favorite toy has not absorbed any toxic chemicals from the freshly mopped floor and your child can safety lay on the carpet and read without inhaling dangerous artificial fragrance.
When you become a member of the Bren Did community, you’ll learn healthier ways to clean so your home and family are well cared for and safe.
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When I became a mom, the products I bought suddenly had much more importance as I imagined bathing my children in the tub I had scoured with toxic cleaner or dressing them in outfits I had laundered with artificially scented detergent. I wasn’t an expert on cleaners, but I
I knew I needed to find a better way to care for my home and family.
I started reading cleaning product labels to learn about their contents. I began researching cleaning ingredients to understand why some were better than others. I bought and tested safer cleaning products to find ones that worked. I even started creating simple homemade cleaners in my own kitchen.
Little by little I began to tune out the marketing and product advertisements telling me how I should clean and began to trust my own knowledge and experience.
Are You Ready To Try Natural Cleaning?
Start with my easy multi-purpose cleaner! It uses just two ingredients (one of them is water) and takes about 2 minutes to make.
You can find all my natural cleaner recipes here.
In the News
Next time I have an issue, I’ll be test-driving these green drain cleaning ideas from Bren Did — a DIY blog which also provides a helpful explanation of why the baking soda and vinegar method is a flop. – Southern Living, Does Unclogging the Drain with Baking Powder and Vinegar Really Work?