Friday, October 12, 2012

5 Reasons to Take My Green Cleaning Workshop

I'm prepping materials for Crafty Cleaning: Make Your Own Green Cleaning Kit, the workshop I'm teaching at Craftland on Thursday, 10/25 6-7:30pm. I'm superexcited because this will be the first time I'll actually have students mix up stuff in class. We'll make:
  • 2 kinds of all-purpose spray cleaners
  • scrub cleaner
  • mold & mildew killer
  • HDTV screen cleaner
  • We'll also try our hand at something completely experimental...enzyme cleaner! 
Yup, we're going to start our own citrus enzyme cleaner from lemons and yeast. According to Jillee and the commentators at One Good Thing, it's pretty easy to make and cleans really well. I can't wait! I haven't fermented anything since forgetting OJ in my thermos for a couple weeks back in grade school.

You're probably thinking, "Olivia's been really excellent about sharing green cleaning tips on her blog, so why should I take this class?" Here are five reasons why:
  • Let's be honest, sometimes it's hard to make the leap from "Yeah, that's a good idea. I should do that" to "Done." If you commit to this class, you'll have made that leap in one fun evening.
  • I'm bringing everything you need to make the cleaning products, including spray bottles, jars, and essential oils.
  • It's always more fun to try new things with a group.
  • You'll leave with green cleaning products that you can start using immediately.
  • You'll leave with the knowledge to make even more.
If there is anything you'd like to learn in class, please leave a comment and I'll do my best to cover it.

Register for the workshop here.

Olivia Lane is a Blogger, Green Living Educator, and Health Coach trained at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She's also author of Baking Soda & Bliss: The Healthy & Happy Guide to Green Cleaning 

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