This is a sponsored post on behalf of Art of Green. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Over the last few years, I have been trying harder to limit the harsh chemicals that come into our house. I enjoy making my own homemade household products such as body scrubs and dryer sheets. In the past, I have tried purchasing green cleaning products, but they have been too expensive, hard to find, or smelly.
Recently, I have started using green cleaning products from Art of Green®. They sent me a few different products to test and I have been using them all over the house as well as outside.
How I use Art of Green Cleaning Products
Here’s the thing, I love a clean house, but I’d rather spend my time doing fun things instead of cleaning. To save time, I keep a small set of cleaning products in each of the bathrooms and the kitchen. This includes cleaning wipes and an all-purpose spray.
I use the wipes to quickly clean the counters after each use and an all-purpose spray every few days for a more thorough cleaning. Having a set of cleaning products in each room makes clean-up easier and faster.
So far, I have used Art of Green wipes and spray in my kitchen, bathroom, and outdoors.
After cooking a messy meal of stuffed peppers, I used the spray with a cloth to clean the countertops and sink. The splatters and food particles cleaned up very easily. I only need to wipe down the counters once. With some cleaners, I have to go over the same spot several times.
I’m a pretty messy cook. Somehow, when I bake, flour gets everywhere. This spray comes in handy for use after cooking and baking and for my thorough cleanings.
When the weather is nice, we love to hang out outside and eat dinner on our patio. I used the wipes and the spray to clean the outside table. Chewie, our dog, was outside while I was cleaning and I liked the fact that I didn’t have to worry about his exposure to toxic cleaning products.
For a quick bathroom cleaning, I used the wipes on our counters and showers. Having a set of Art of Green wipes in each bathroom and the kitchen will help me save time when I do the daily wipedowns.
When I get around to cleaning our floors, which should be sooner, rather than later, I will use the concentrated formula mixed with water to remove all of those footprints, dirt, and more from the kids and pets.
I can also use the concentrated formula on the toilets, tubs, and showers.
It’s great having one product with lots of different uses. I no longer need to have a separate cleaner for the kitchen counters, sinks, floors, toilets, and even windows. Art of Green will clean all of these surfaces!
About Budget Friendly Green Cleaners from Art of Green
This new line of green cleaning products, called Art of Green, is non-toxic, doesn’t contain harsh chemicals, and is safe around kids and pets. These products cost less than most other green cleaning products and can be found at H-E-B grocery stores in Austin, San Antonio, and Houston.
This company has a mission to create green cleaners that are affordable and work as well as mainstream cleaners. With their socially responsible household cleaning products, Art of Green is making a difference in the lives of families as well as our planet.
Art of Green Products
As of now, Art of Green offers a multi-surface spray cleaner, a concentrated multi-surface cleaner, and cleaning wipes. All of these products are non-toxic, 98% naturally derived, biodegradable, and tough on dirt, grease, and grime.
The Art of Green multi-surface cleaner comes as both a spray and pourable.
Use the spray on stovetops, cabinets, counters, showers, toys, furniture, and more.
The concentrated multi-surface cleaner can be mixed with water to clean kitchen floors, toilet bowls, or other surfaces. You only need 1/4 cup of the concentrated formula for each gallon of water.
Use the cleaning wipes on lots of different surfaces such as counters, stovetops, toys, mirrors, and sinks. You can even use the wipes for dusting. Take these wipes with you for on-the-go cleaning.
Learn More + Art of Green Coupon
You can learn more at artofgreen.com and grab a coupon to save even more money on your budget-friendly green cleaning products. When you are on the webpage, look in the upper right-hand corner for the store locator to find the nearest location to buy Art of Green.
Rachel is an Austin blogger, educator, mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor writing about health, saving money, and living a happy life in Austin, Texas.
Rachel has written for HuffPost and Hometalk and has been featured on KXAN, Studio 512, Fox 7 Austin, and CBS Austin.