The Cheap and Easy Guide to Natural House Cleaning

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Your Way to a Spotless Home

Non-Fiction - Home/Crafts
57 Pages
Reviewed on 01/24/2018
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Author Biography

After taking early retirement from her job as a bacteriologist, Amanda Alix worked for a real estate firm, was a property assessor for several years and currently co-manages rental property with her husband. She puts her homemade cleaning recipes to work spiffing up apartments for new tenants in addition to using them in her own home. Her non-toxic formulas were the principal stars of her cleaning business, Tilly's Green and Clean.

More recently, Amanda has adapted her longtime dream of writing for a living to the internet where she found work with online financial sites such as the Motley Fool. She also writes short fiction and is working on new non-fiction projects for Kindle.

When she's not writing, Amanda enjoys life in rural Massachusetts, where she lives with her husband of 30 years. She also has four pampered indoor cats whom she keeps happy and healthy with her homemade cat food and healthful herbal concoctions.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Cheap and Easy Guide to Natural House Cleaning: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Your Way to a Spotless Home by Amanda Alix is a useful guide that will help readers discover a whole new world of housekeeping to save not only time and money, but will also be gentle on the environment, reduce toxins, and liberate readers from clutter. In short, readers will learn that they need just a handful of products to keep a sparkling home. Everyone has a variety of cleaners stored in the kitchen, pantry, bathroom, and broom closets. The book tells readers how to use the products we have at home and have a sparkling home. So let us all reduce, reuse, and recycle our way to a sparkling and spotless home.

I found the book very handy and useful, and the products and the tips and techniques are simple and easy and can be used by anyone on a day to day basis. The explanations on how to use the products and how to clean a house and rooms are detailed, and that makes it easy for readers to try it out in their homes. Readers not only learn about the cleaning aspects, but they can also see an increase in their storage space and a considerable reduction of clutter in their homes. The author makes cleaning look easy and simple. The tips will help remove toxins at home by using natural resources and that is what makes this book a must-have in all homes and places that require cleaning.