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Clean with Cleaners You Can Eat - now FREE for a while!

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You can get this ebook HERE through our dailyish freebies!

Here's some more about this book:

Clean With Cleaners You Can Eat

Go beyond green cleaning with this practical guide to making your life easier.  Simple recipes, from edible ingredients, that actually work!  

With Illustrations by Tracy Wandling

Contents include:
  • foreword by Paul Wheaton
  • introduction
  • ingredients
  • tools
  • surfaces
  • dusting
  • glass
  • floors
  • plumbing
  • oddbits
  • resources

  • PDF eBook
    33 pages long
    ISBN: 978-1-9994733-1-0

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    This is amazing , Raven! Thank you!
    Put the moon back where you found it! We need it for tides and poetry and stuff. Like this tiny ad:
    Learn Permaculture through a little hard work
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