This is Day 31 of the 31 Days to Green Clean series.
Whew! So we made it to the end of our 31 Days to Green Clean series! I hope you enjoyed it and learned a little (or a lot!) along the way, and are well on your way to using homemade and green cleaners all around your home!
I know I got a little behind with the posts at the end – I’ve had a teething/fussy baby, who doesn’t want to be put down and isn’t sleeping as well as she usually does, for the past few weeks, and that’s made it harder to sit down and get my posts written, much less clean my house! Thanks for sticking with me!
If you still have any questions, or if you come across something as you’re using your new homemade cleaners over the next few weeks and months, please feel free to leave me a comment or send me an email at emilymcclements at yahoo dot com. I LOVE to hear from you, and I always try to answer comments and emails in a timely fashion, but sometimes it can take me up to a week or more, so thanks for your patience!
And if you’d like to read more homemade and green cleaning posts, here are some of the most popular cleaning posts from the archives:
- Choosing Natural Laundry Detergent
- How to make Homemade Dryer Sheets
- Green Spring Cleaning in the Kitchen
- Non-Toxic Bathroom Cleaning & Homemade Soft Scrub Recipe
- Spring Cleaning Challenge: Declutter Around the House
Thanks again for joining me on this journey towards Green Cleaning all around our homes!
Go here to read all the posts in the 31 Days to Green Clean series.
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