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    Default Natural cleaning products

    Today I went and brought a few natural cleaning products ,lavender oil, tea tree oil, bicarb , vinegar & lemon juice I plan to cut down the amount of chemicals used for cleaning DP is calling me a hippy lol
    does anyone have any tips or other natural cleaning products & uses for around the home ?

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    Soap nuts for the laundry. I haven't tried them yet but keep meaning to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    Soap nuts for the laundry. I haven't tried them yet but keep meaning to.

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    I thought about buying them off eBay but not sure how good they would work

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    Would soap nuts get machinery grease and oil out of clothes? Hubby gets filthy and it takes extra washing powder to tackle it normally.

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    I dunno I've been wondering the same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Would soap nuts get machinery grease and oil out of clothes? Hubby gets filthy and it takes extra washing powder to tackle it normally.
    So I tried the soap nuts on DP work clothes got them cleanish but needed a second wash

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