Clean & Green – DIY Kit


We’ve put together some of our best selling natural cleaning ingredients, to help you follow along with the recipes in Nancy Birtwistle’s Sunday Times Best Selling Book – Clean & Green.

 

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<strong> Clean & Green - 101 Hints And Tips For A More Eco-Friendly Home </strong>

£12.99
From everyday cleaning and laundry tips to zero-effort oven cleaner. In Clean & Green, Nancy Birtwhistle also shares helpful knowledge on removing tricky stains from clothing to furniture, they are all great and effective for anyone who is wanting to reduce their use of chemicals, plastic and single-use products. Clean & Green also includes wonderful planners and to-do lists that will keep both your home and our planet clean and green.

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<strong> Sodium Bicarbonate - 750g</strong>

£5.00
Bicarbonate of Soda is extremely versatile and has many useful properties. It can be used for a myriad of household tasks. Try it as a mild abrasive or scouring agent on shiny materials, as it can clean without scratching. It is suitable for use on aluminium, chrome, jewellery, plastic, porcelain, silver, stainless steel and tin.  Its an excellent deodoriser and it can be used in the refrigerator, on carpets, upholstery, vinyl, bins and drains.

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<strong> Oxygen Bleach - 1kg </strong>

£7.95
Oxygen bleach is a non-toxic, safe and gentle biodegradable alternative to chlorine bleach that effectively removes stains and brightens the whites in your laundry. When dissolved in water at temperatures over 40°C it releases oxygen which acts as a powerful stain remover and disinfectant. It's ideal for whitening and deodorising your laundry and is even safe on colours as it wont cause them to fade.

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<strong> Citric Acid - 750g </strong>

£6.99
Citric Acid is an odourless and colourless compound used as a disinfectant against bacteria. It’s viewed as a safer alternative to conventional disinfectant and cleaning products, such as chlorine bleach. By keeping appliances free of limescale, less electricity is required to operate them and they will have a longer service life. Citric Acid can be used as a substitute for white vinegar. It's also better for the environment as you're not paying for the water that makes up 94-96% of the volume of white vinegar.

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We’ve put together some of our best selling natural cleaning ingredients, to help you follow along with the recipes in Nancy Birtwistle’s Sunday Times Best Selling Book – Clean & Green.

 

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