The Chemical-free Home: Housekeeping, by Melissa M. Poepping, CNHP

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Natural, superior approaches to housekeeping.

Tens of thousands of chemicals used in common household products have never been tested for safety or are actually known to be toxic. Sometimes, even products marketed as safe for children have ingredients that clearly are not safe.

The Chemical-free Home: Housekeeping identifies some common toxins to which we are often exposed on a daily basis. It shows how to use essential oil-based substitutes that can achieve the same results without the dangers of chemicals. From carpet deodorizer to dishwasher detergent to fresh produce spray, recipes and guidelines in this book will enhance your healthy lifestyle and provide you with greater peace of mind.

Purpose: Marketing. (Learn more about the difference between Marketing and Education materials.)

Publication: 2017.

Pages: 28.

Size: 8" x 8".


Melissa M. Poepping, CNHP, lives in central Minnesota with her husband and 3 children on a busy, little hobby farm. She began using Young Living™ Essential Oils in 1998 and became a Certified Natural Health Professional in 2008. Melissa enjoys motivating and inspiring others to use essential oils for healthy, balanced living.

Table of Contents

Ooooo Girl! Bling Cleaner
Bathroom Surface Cleaner
Sink & Tile Grub Scrub
Linen Spray
Carpet Deodorizer
Knock Knock Hardwood Floor Cleaner
Sweet Mother of Wood Furniture Polish
Princess and the Pea Mattress Spray
Sweet Dreams Spritz
Liquid Laundry Detergent
Dishwasher Detergent
Chemicals (we're kicking to the curb.)
More Swap Outs
Aphid Plant Spray
Great Outdoors Spray
Fruit & Veggie Soak
Fruit & Veggie Spray
Thieves Cleaner
No Odor Litter Box
Tick & Flea Powder
Dog Ear Cleaner
Known Poisons
Six Oils for Housekeeping
Share the Life
Setting the Tone
Sending the Invitations
Gathering Supplies
Share What You Know


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