Green Cleaning

I have long been a fan of ‘green cleaning’, before it was cool to do so. My favourite cleaning items are bi-carb Soda, salt and vinegar. In fact a cup full of each down your drain is my favourite way to freshen up the bathroom drains. If any of you share my weird love of all things domestic you will know of  divine domestic diva Shannon Lush who offers as cheap and safe alternatives to cleaning our homes.  But I must say I tire of the vinegar smell, yes it’s clean, but that strong smell is at times, well just too much!

I first discovered Murchison-Hume organic house hold cleaning products when I was pregnant. I was able to keep the house clean, and nest despite 8 months of severe morning sickness.  It is difficult to describe just how luxurious and delicious the Murchison-Hume cleaning products are. I once recommended them as a gift for my girlfriends mother-in-law. Her response was “Lou, I really don’t want to give her cleaning products as a birthday present!” To the unwitting that would be a fair comment, but Alison now knows the glory and decadence of Murchison-Hume products.

Heirloom Dish Washing Liquid

Without a shadow of doubt, my favourite Murchison-Hume product is the “Heirloom” Dishwashing Liquid. Being able to display the gorgeous amber glass bottle by the kitchen sink may have something to do with this – yes people it looks fabulous, smells fabulous and performs beautifully!  Is a welcome addition to any sink, especially those of us who have a love of all things beautiful! The pump dispenser is good quality and not flimsy like many generic brands providing effortless dispensing and little waste. (Refills available) Heirloom is a low-foaming formula yet cuts through grease and smells delectable! Max Kater developer of Murchison-Hume, beautiful Mum, and divine domestic diva says that Heirloom dish washing liquid “actually improves the condition of your waste water as it drains. Regular use also helps to keep your plumbing clean and odour free.
Have gleaming, guilt-free dishes while simultaneously improving the environment? Yes, please!”

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10 Responses

  1. Louisa, I think this must be a libran trait, I too love all things cleaning and get excited over new cleaning products, I’m really bad at doing the food shopping, very little food, but every new cleaning product.
    Also your petit case for Ava is going in the post today xo

    • We are a weird but wonderful bunch Toni! Will keep an eye out for Ava’s case – very excited!

  2. What a great idea! I love the look of the Heirloom Dishwashing Liquid Bottle, its much more elegant than the bottle I use now! Something I could actually display. Great comp!

  3. Green Cleaning is great to do with kids around – then our habits will be passed on to the next generation!

    • So true Deb. And it is so nice to enjoy the house duties with these yummy products

  4. I can testify that these products are wonderful. I especially love the ‘Boys’ Bathroom Cleaner’ – so cute but also effective! Plus, it is so refreshing to clean without inhaling toxic fumes. Thanks for getting me on to them, Lou.

    • pleasure treasure, hope your day is fabulous. We are enjoying this sunshine!

  5. Green cleaning – way to go!

  6. I love ‘green cleaning’ products. There are no toxic chemicals, so they don’t irritate my dermatitis-prone skin.

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