This post is sponsored by Bon Ami.
Having children and pets in our home makes every decision so much more important. Before we had our two daughters, both my husband and I traveled frequently for work. Each day we left a clean home and came home to a clean home. 10ish years later our home is full of so many daily messes because our family has grown and we are now made up of two children, a dog, two cats, a hedgehog and turtle. The chaos and messes are well worth it but for spring cleaning it’s important we have a nontoxic cleanser we are comfortable using around our kids and pets. Bon Ami is a nontoxic powder cleanser able to clean every surface in your home while feeling confident it is okay to use with your kids and pets nearby.
We just moved into a new home last fall and are learning the best ways to clean each surface. Having one cleaner that can truly clean it all sounded unbelievable until I received a box full of Bon Ami, the official formula for spring cleaning. Clean made simple and with our busy schedule, it’s my favorite way to make sure we are staying on top of all the household chores without adding any dangerous chemicals to our home or using anything that might scratch surfaces.
All you need to use Bon Ami is a damp cloth or sponge. There are no harsh chemicals so although it’s hard on the grime, it’s easy on your hands. Gloves are not necessary and the nontoxic formula also means there is no strong odor while cleaning. Living in Arizona spring is starting to welcome those extra warm temps where it’s not okay to leave open windows and doors. When you clean with Bon Ami your home simply smells clean.
Bon Ami can be used on all surfaces including in the kitchen, cookware and bathroom. Simply sprinkle on the Bon Ami powder, add water to make a paste and wipe the surface clean.
The current conversation about plastics in the ocean has us thinking about every item we bring into our home. Bon Ami is biodegradable and is not stored in a plastic container. Our oldest daughter is sharing everything she has learned about recycling and the importance of “precycling” too. If you don’t need it, don’t use it. Making the conscious effort to only use products not adding harm to our environment is an easy way for us all to make a big difference together.
Do you use nontoxic cleaning products you are comfortable using around your kids and pets in your home too?