Step 3: Finding Recipes

If your looking for green cleaners you can find many recipes on the internet just go to a search engine like Google or yahoo and type in: green cleaner recipes. You'll find hundreds of recipes this way, and I'll show you some of the recipes my family uses on step 5.
BoraX is a natural mineral BUT it is mainly extracted from Tibet where environmental questions are far from being raised.<br>Plus borax is very irritant (pH 9), potentially cancerous and definitely dangerous for your eyes, respiratory system and skin.<br><br>I would recommend using baking soda instead.
Olive oil is sticky and never really dries. That's okay if you wipe it off thoroughly. A better oil to use is walnut oil which provides a hard finish and dries completely. Woodturners use it on bowls.
If these recipes are so good, how come you haven't used any images of your bottles of cleaner? Of your mixtures being used?<br/><br/><em>Why is all just googled?</em><br/>

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