Now that we can have friends over, it’s time to make our homes sparkly clean and do it in a way that is also safe for the environment!
Come and learn to make and use your own natural, effective cleaning products from simple and easily accessible ingredients.
It’s cheap; it’s fun; it’s good for you, your people, pets and the environment; and, wait for it…
Green cleaning is a vastly more sustainable and safe approach to tackle household cleaning.
We’ll use the most simple and accessible materials, a little creativity, some basic scientific explanations and we guarantee NO extra elbow grease.
You will soon be knocking over the housework in no time and with extra money in your pocket!
What will we cover?
- What is green cleaning (vs ordinary commercial/store bought cleaning products)
- Environmental and health benefits
- Well researched ingredients/materials, their application, why they’re effective
- A run through of nearly every cleaning activity in a standard home (including the oven) – and how to do it greenly
If you think green cleaning takes a lot more energy and elbow grease – put simply, you’re doing it wrong.
Once you understand which materials go with which application/task you’ll see just how effective cleaning with cheap, simple, home-made products can be.
What will you need?
- Your preferred note taking items
- You are welcome to listen to this class in your kitchen and explore your cupboard goodies together
- Closed Captions
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
The Green Genie (she/her) is all for empowering healthy people for a healthy planet.
She loves to share her wealth of experience in small space gardening, food foraging, green cleaning, DIY cosmetics & perfumes, quality self-care and massage.
Let her lead you up the garden path to a fresh, fun approach to sustainable living and self-sufficiency.
She’ll probably want to stop to smell all the flowers on the way (maybe even pilfer a few) but apparently vegan chocolate helps her maintain focus … (ahem).
Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email delsi (she/her) at firstname.lastname@example.org.