So, what the heck can you use?
Instead of paying $5 a bottle...
One day, I learned about an awesome cleaning solution (Branch Basics) on a podcast. It promised natural and gentle cleaning that was actually effective. It also promised cheap cleaning solutions averaging less than $1 or so a bottle. So, I used the podcast coupon code and once the product arrived I was hooked.
Basically, Branch Basics is a natural and unscented soap concentrate that comes with super cute bottles complete with ratios to make different cleaners, like all purpose, bathroom cleaner and glass cleaner. You simply add distilled water to the fill line, some soap to the fill line, top it off with water and you’re done!
The video below shows exactly how I use the concentrate:
Here’s how I use it:
Instead of using just the concentrate and water, I like to add some extra stuff.
I also add some essential oils (like lemongrass, lavender, mint, etc) for extra cleaning power and to make it smell good! I also add a bit of rubbing alcohol to boost the cleaning power and drying time.
For me, the all purpose spray is perfect for our kitchen and definitely the bottle I refill the most. Every time I make a new bottle, I change up the scent for the season, and it just makes me so happy!
Want to try it with $10 off?
You deserve a coupon code just like I did when I tried it! Use the link below to get $10 off your first order! And seriously, I adore this stuff and am on my 7th or 8th bottle by now. I use it everywhere!
11/14/2020 09:50:35 pm
This is something that I would love to have. I have been having a hard time with cleaning our granite tables, and it has been making me feel stressed. I have this cleaning philosophy, and I just cannot let go of it. I am sure that I will be able to put this product of yours to good use. I hope that I can pick up a couple of them on my way back home. Thank you for the news!
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