Green Cleaning minus the Greenwashing BS

Cristina&Christelle Permacrafters, Environmental Educator

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24 Lessons (1h 57m)
    • 1. Welcome to Green Cleaning minus the Greenwashing BS

      1:14
    • 2. Toxic Chemicals in Everyday Products

      6:38
    • 3. Health Risks of Toxins in Everyday Products

      4:59
    • 4. Navigating Cleaning Product Labels

      2:05
    • 5. Safe Ingredients: Vinegar, kombucha vinegar, baking soda

      7:49
    • 6. Safe Ingredients: Washing soda, Marseille soap, Castile soap, Lemon

      7:19
    • 7. Safe ingredients: Citric acid, salt, cornstarch, essential oils, ash, coffee grounds, saponin-rich p

      8:02
    • 8. Uncommon Products: Black soap, Sodium percarbonate, Terre de Sommieres clay

      6:03
    • 9. UPDATE: Zero Waste Cleaning Ingredients

      3:13
    • 10. Questionable Products: Borax, 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, 90 Alcohol

      1:29
    • 11. Houseplants that Clean the Air of Pollutants

      8:04
    • 12. Zero Waste Cleaning Tips

      8:44
    • 13. Safety Precautions

      5:36
    • 14. Eco-Friendly Cleaning Gear

      7:26
    • 15. Intro to Cleaning Recipes and Tricks

      1:00
    • 16. Cleaning the Kitchen (Recipes)

      4:58
    • 17. Cleaning in the Kitchen (Tricks)

      6:15
    • 18. Cleaning in the Laundry Room (Recipes)

      8:36
    • 19. Cleaning in the Laundry Room (Tricks)

      2:31
    • 20. Cleaning the Bathroom (Recipes)

      6:17
    • 21. Cleaning the Bathroom (Tricks)

      1:25
    • 22. Cleaning your Living Areas (Recipes)

      4:44
    • 23. Cleaning your Living Areas (Tricks))

      1:35
    • 24. Thank You

      0:55

About This Class

Join Christelle from Permacrafters to learn how to make your own green cleaning products. This 120-minute class shares information about green cleaning minus the greenwashing BS.

This class is perfect for you if:

  • You want video tutorials to learn how to effectively clean your home with tried & tested DIY products and tricks that are affordable and safe.
  • You want a convenient cleaning program: cleaning gear checklists, a product guide, your list of DIY cleaning cabinet essentials, printable labels, your cleaning schedule, a handy e-workbook for easy reference, and more.
  • You want options for off-the-grid zero waste cleaning that include thrifting, reusing, repurposing, crafting, and foraging for cleaning agents.
  • You want to learn about the dangerous substances hiding in your cleaning products and how to detect greenwashing.

Don't forget to download our student workbook.