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Everyone wants a clean home, especially when there are small children roaming about, but synthetic cleaning products can be extremely hazardous and they can be avoided.  Please take the time to read the information on toxic chemical ingredients that are added to all household cleaning products, including many of those who claim to be green.  Know what a difference you are making when you choose to clean green.

Why mix the concentrates to bases?  It saves you a huge amount of money in shipping, thereby also conserving energy.

Did you know that Vinegar is 99.9% disinfectant?
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Peppermint - Tea Tree Cleaning Concentrate
There is nothing that makes your house smell more wonderfully clean and disinfected than peppermint (Mentha x piperita), and Tea Tree (Melaleuca anternafolia). These two potent oils, even though non-toxic when properly used, together represent chemical constituencies that are more than 50% alcohol and offer themselves as antiseptic; bactericidal, antiviral and antifungal.
Click here to learn about All-Natural Cleaning Recipes
Click here to learn about The Hidden Dangers of Common Household Chemicals
Pine Cleaning Concentrate
True Pine (Pinus sylvestris) has always been antiseptic, antimicrobial, bactericidal, deodorizing and insecticidal which is why so many cleaning products are made with a pine scent.  Unfortunately, natural pine was alleviated many years ago when a cheaper, easier synthetic was formulated because natural pine does not hold up in detergents.  However, if you love the fresh forest scent of pine and all of its benefits, but do not need the extra suds, then you will love this concentrate which works perfectly with vinegar, borax and baking soda - a great toilet bowl and bath cleaner - but will not mix well with castile soap.
Citrus Cleaning Concentrate
Vscentials natural citrus concentrate bursts with that wonderful fresh smell of lemons and oranges.  Remember that the only way to avoid scurvy when explorers sailed to the new world was with the use of lemons!  Lemon essential oil is naturally antimicrobial, antiseptic, bactericidal and insecticidal.  This concentrate is designed to be used with an oil base to clean, shine and protect your fine furniture and wood surfaces.  We include Jojoba in our cleaning kits because it is technically a wax and therefore acts as a protectorate for wood surfaces. 
From the US Poison Control Center
Facts On Poison Exposures:
  On average, poison centers handle one poison exposure every 14 seconds.
  Most poisonings involve everyday household items such as cleaning supplies,
    cosmetics and personal care items.
  89 percent of all poison exposures occur in the home.
  92 percent of exposures involve only one poisonous substance.
  86.7 percent of poison exposures are unintentional.
  75 percent of poison exposures involve ingestion of a poisonous substance.
    Other causes include breathing in poison gas, getting foreign substances in
    the eyes or on the skin.
Did you know that even these common household items can poison little children?
        detergents
        automatic dishwasher detergents
        furniture polish
        perfume & aftershave
         mouthwash
        gasoline, kerosene, and lamp oil
        paint and paint thinner
        mothballs
        miniature batteries
        flaking paint
        rat and mouse poison
www.poison.org