I have to share another favorite product.
How do you clean your baby’s/toddlers toys?
It’s Nature Clean Household Disinfectant.
That’s what I use.
It is an all natural disinfectant that cleans a whole range of whatever you need to be clean and disinfected.
I bought this in particular to clean Charlies toys for when he’s sick(which is once in a while, but why spread germs) but we have a lot of play dates at our pad and you never know what people are bringing in. I also use this to sanitize his high chair, his toys of course(as mentioned) and the diaper pail since we use cloth. You can use this on other things as well like the counter, the sink etc..you get the point.
So if you want to save time cleaning toys, soothers and whatever else baby throws keep this handy. Give it a spray and let it dry, usually takes about 10-12 minutes. I also took this when we dined out as Charlie has habit of throwing everything! I LOVE this product and other Nature Clean products, it’s a great Canadian company and their products are Canadian made.
So what makes this safe to clean my kids toys and my home? Info is from their site
“Our all-natural, antibacterial technology is proven to kill over 99.99% of bacteria mold and mildew (such as Salmonella, Strep, Staph, Pseudomonas & Athlete’s Foot Fungus).
We include only therapeutic plant extracts. The scent is pretty strong…but it works! Our formula is completely Free of ammonia, chlorine, perfumes or dyes.
Perfect for disinfecting hard surfaces such as children’s toys, highchairs, change tables, pet areas, cutting boards, countertops, sinks, garbage cans, door knobs, toilets and showers.
Great in the home, office, daycare, hospital, retirement home, hospice – anywhere where “clean and disinfected” is important to you.
Ingredients: THYMOL (PRESENT AS A COMPONENT OF THYME OIL) 0.23%.”
Please go to their website for other fabulous, Canadian made products. Click here
For where to buy click here
Naturally this gets the EMB Seal of Approval.
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