The Natural Home Issue Volume 2 is here! From the kitchen to the laundry room and beyond, this special edition will show you how to make DIY chemical-free cleaners, mood-boosting room sprays, diffusers, and more. Let’s take a look inside!
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A well-loved wooden cutting board clocks in hours of chopping, dicing, slicing, and tenderizing. Without proper care, moisture and bacteria can build up in the wood’s pores, allowing for mold to grow. Learn how to condition your cutting board on pg. 17.
What makes this zero-waste dish soap different from regular dish soap? Most notably, it doesn’t come in the form of a plastic bottle. In fact, each dish soap bar will wash up to six months’ worth of dirty dishes! Find an all-natural recipe to make your own inside this issue.
This DIY liquid hand soap is a quick and easy project that lasts for months! Make it using water, castile soap, and essential oil.
These little beeswax firestarters take less than an hour to throw together and are made from a few simple supplies that are often left over from winter, such as pine sprigs, dried oranges and other fruits, wood shavings, and more. These light up easily and stay lit for a good 10–15 minutes underneath kindling to help get the fire started.
Unfortunately, some things just have to be done, like regularly cleaning the bathroom, but these toilet bowl cleaner bombs make it so much easier! Their fizzing action, along with hydrogen peroxide and essential oils, cleans the toilet bowl of germs and debris in addition to absorbing unpleasant odors.
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