Cleaning Green


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If you follow me on Pinterest or have kept up with some of my latest posts, you may have noticed that I'm on the prowl for economical and effective ways to clean green.  And if you've been a follower of this blog for a while, you've seen numerous posts on DIY hair and body products.  Really in all things, I'm trying to streamline what I do and what I use.  I love products with multiple purposes.  Less is more, right?

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Well, I've been following this blog for a while and the blog author is also a Shaklee business leader.  I've been curious about the products there, especially the ones for the home, but I never wanted to purchase a membership so that I could try their products with a reduced rate.  Well, guess what?  For the month of April, Shaklee was offering free memberships with a purchase and so this was my time to try out a product...finally!

I purchased the Basic G - Concentrated Germicide and two spray bottles.

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This Basic G product tackles over 40 microbes, including several animal viruses.  It can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, and pet areas (although I have no pets).  It's concentrated so one quart of this product makes 64 gallons!  Also, it's Kosher certified and EPA registered.

I've been using this product and so far....

If you'd like to try any of the Shaklee products, guess what?  They've extended their free membership until the end of May and now is your time to try.  Even if you're just a little bit curious.  They don't offer free memberships but one time a year.

Check out the Shaklee line here.

And if you do decide to try it out, if you will, please email me or leave me a message so I can send you a referral code.  I'd love to refer a friend.  :-)


Disclaimer:  I am not a sponsor or business leader with Shaklee.  I am just a happy customer sharing a product.  :-)

Cleaning Green One Step at a Time,
 

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