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19 March 2018

The Clean World

  ©+Laurie Pace       Graphics One Design 2018



“ will be a world made not bright but brighter, not clean but cleaner.”   Dean Koontz

When I think of all the chemicals and products 'they' try to sell us for the kitchen or bathroom, it is mind boggling. 

Personally I stopped using most of them in my house over 20 years ago.  Currently my favorite is using Thieves Oil in a special bottle that I literally only mix a few ounces of it with 30 ounces of water. It smells wonderful and disinfects beautifully. It works well on stainless, glass, counters, kitchen or bathroom. 

Growing up I remember that my grandmother had us use baking soda to brush our teeth. 

I asked around to see what others remembered about actually cleaning products and came up with one made from 1 1/2 cup of water, 1 1/2 Tablespoon of White Vinegar, 1 1/2 Tablespoon of Rubbing Alcohol.  You can then mix in an essential oil scent, and I always go with Peppermint. When cleaning glass or mirrors this works well with newspaper, but that is not found in your typical households anymore. 

Another favorite peppermint soap/cleaner/shampoo etc is   Magic Pure-Castile Soap Organic Peppermint soap by Dr Bronners.. you can use it for almost anything from shampoo to teeth cleaning to body wash... etc  If you have never used it, you might visit the site and learn about it.

Luke 11:41 " But now as for what is inside you—be generous to the poor, and everything will be clean for you."

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