Natural household cleaners for a happier home
It’s about that time of the year again… time for SPRING CLEANING! I’m one of those people that needs my space to be clean and tidy before I can be productive. We’re constantly trying to keep a clean home, but trying to avoid exposure to too many harmful chemicals at the same time.
The makers of Open Nature™ recently added a new line of household cleaning products and invited us to try them out!
We are super careful with the types of cleaners we use in the house, both for our own safety and the safety of our four-legged family members. Kokoro and Chibi have gotten rashes on their paws in the past from harsh, chemical-based cleaners at daycare centers before. Since then, we’ve switched to using only natural cleaners at home.
Not only does the Open Nature line use only 100% recycled paper (paper towels included!), the products are completely dye-free, fragrance-free, and perfume-free.
AND they get the job done.
Being a clean freak with TWO dogs, it’s pretty much impossible to keep a totally clean home at all times. Anything that my dogs come in contact with get covered in dog hair and slobber. On top of that, we have lots of white in our house — the floors, the walls, the furniture, you name it.
The Open Nature All Purpose Cleaner was amazing at getting the dog food stains out of our kitchen. Our pups leave behind tons of crumbs and the cleaners took it right off with no problem on the first try.
Aside from their all purpose cleaner, we tried out the Open Nature hand soap and dish washing liquid. I love that all of the Open Nature products look like water — completely clear with no strong odors or smells, leaving my home sparkly clean!
Next time you’re looking for a cleaner for your house, check out the new Open Nature line at your local Albertsons store. If you don’t have an Albertsons store local to you, don’t worry! You can buy Open Nature brand products exclusively at any of the Albertsons Companies family of stores, including Safeway, ACME Markets, Jewel-Osco, Vons, Pavilions, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Shaw’s, Star Market, and Carrs/Safeway.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Companies. The opinions and text are all mine.
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