Homemade Green Cleaning Workshop

Are your cleaning products killing you?  Join Brenda Henderson, green cleaning expert, for an enlightening and informative Homemade Green Cleaning Workshop that includes recipes and an opportunity to make and take home your own kitchen scrub.  Brenda will discuss the toxicity of most store bought cleaning products, warning us of the current practice of green-washing.  Alternative cleaning ingredients and their efficacy will be discussed that also have antiviral and antibacterial properties.  Learn what essential oils you can add that leave your home smelling clean and fresh without any toxic residue.  This workshop will help you save money and the environment!

All ingredients will be supplied for the workshop.  To participate, bring is a 32 ounce covered plastic container (yogurt containers work great) in order to make and take home your kitchen scrub.

Suggested Love Offering is $5 - $10 to help cover cost of materials and Brenda’s expertise.  Workshop will be held Tuesday, June 10, 6-7:30pm at the Venice Holistic Community Center, 714 Shamrock Blvd. (across from Herman’s Meats), Venice. 

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  • Diane C.

    Brenda shared with everyone all about the toxicities of bleach and ammonia and enlightened us all about the non-toxic and healthful benefits of essential oils such as peppermint, lavender, lemongrass, cedar, orange, and tea tree. Combined with vinegar, baking soda, castille soap, or other benign ingredients, one can make anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and amazingly healthy cleaning products. We even witnessed citric acid and water take rust off metal! We each made a delicious smelling kitchen scrub and left ready to go home and make more of our own solutions.

    1 · June 10

  • Janet R.

    The best! A real, pleasant, eye-opener for me.

    June 10

  • Anita M.

    Sorry, I have family from out of town here.

    June 10

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