Conventional dry cleaners are the largest users of a toxic solvent called Perchloroethylene. The two most common green drycleaning methods are carbon dioxide cleaning and Green Earth. Seek out cleaners that use green methods. If you do take clothes to conventional cleaners, air them thoroughly outside prior to storing or wearing them.
Dr Bronner Sal Suds Cleaner is an all-purpose cleaner made of plant-based surfactants with natural spruce and fir-needle oils. It comes in a range of sizes - 472ml, 960ml and 3.78 litre which is a popular buy from our webshop (saves all that lugging around).
Try Soapnuts - they literally grow on trees! A more sustainable laundry detergent choice.
Skip the aerosol air fresheners and try boiling cinnamon, cloves, or any other herbs you have a fondness for instead.
Plants may not make your house smell different but are good for filtering interior air - most broad green leaf plants will do.
The air inside a home or office can be more toxic than the air outside. Fresh air is key so open windows, especially when cleaning.
If life gets in the way as it invariably does and you need to get your hands on a ready made eco-friendly cleaning product in a hurry, click here to take a look at our comprehensive cleaning range online - we’re mobile friendly now too.