6 Ways to Use The BEST Non-Toxic, Color-Safe Bleach Alternative

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Do you dread cleaning grout, sinks, tubs/showers, and  white laundry items because of the smell of bleach? 

Cleaning anything with bleach presents loads of risks to your health. From headaches to asthma attacks, you can’t deny that the fumes alone are overwhelmingly inescapable.

Luckily, now there’s a safer, non-toxic, and less smelly way to sterilize your home.

Why Is It Bad To Use Bleach? 

 

We all want to have a clean house and laundry, but we shouldn’t have to use smelly, toxic, and dangerous chemicals to accomplish that goal. Yes, bleach works, but at what cost to your body and your families bodies?  Just how dangerous is bleach?  What is in it anyway?


Bleach contains Sodium hypochlorite which is a caustic chemical that is not only toxic, but can create a VERY dangerous gas when mixed with some other cleaners, especially those containing ammonia. Mixing bleach and ammonia creates Phosgene gas, which is Mustard Gas, in your house! If not used in a ventilated area you can experience bleach poisoning and even death. 

Side Effects of Using Bleach:

  • Burning of eyes
  • Causing burns in lining of throat
  • Asthma attack/Difficulty Breathing
  • Blistering/ Redness if it comes in contact with skin
  • Throat swelling
  • Stomach/Abdominal pain
  • Drooling
  • Shock
  • Bleach poisoning
  • Coma
  • Death

In addition to ammonia, bleach reacts with many other cleaners. Bleach should NOT be mixed or used with other cleaners!

What Should I Be On The Lookout For In Other Products? 

Acid Products

Acidic products include vinegar and some glass and window cleaners, automatic dishwasher detergents and rinses, toilet bowl cleaners, drain cleaners, rust removal products, and brick and concrete cleaners. 

Bleach also reacts with some oven cleaners, hydrogen peroxide, and some insecticides. Pool chemicals frequently contain calcium hypochlorite or sodium hypochlorite and should not be mixed with other cleaning products.

 A Non-Toxic Bleach Alternative That Really Works!

Now that you are ready to skip grabbing that big white bottle on the shelf, you are probably wondering, “ Are there effective, Non-Toxic alternatives that work?”

YES!!! The BEST alternative is here in all its effective, non-toxic glory– OxyBoost!

Oxyboost is a SAFE, Non-Toxic, Color Safe, Bleach Alternative that brightens, whitens, and helps lift stains and odors from fabrics and surfaces.  It is made of Sodium Percorbaonate and Sodium Carbonate which work together for amazing results without any toxicity.

What Makes Oxyboost Different?

Lots of companies that manufacture bleach alternative cleaners use various surfactants, buffers, and fillers to boost the effectiveness of their product.

Commonly you will see little blue “beads” in their formula or notice the product itself has a blue color.

With OxyBoost, there are no tricks needed. Only real, pure, powerful plant-based ingredients. 

Blue is a dirty little trick and here’s why:

  • Those little blue beads are actually ultraviolet light boosted brighteners and dyes.  They trick our eyes (in indoor lighting) into believing things are brighter and more vibrant than they actually are!
  • In the process of using those beads, they are leaving a film of toxic chemicals behind that stay in the clothes you wear all day
  • Most companies don’t list the exact chemical compounds used and hide them under various names like “patented formulas.”

What makes Oxyboost Safe?

  • Once the sodium percarbonate gives off all of its oxygen, it’s a completely inert product. Meaning it is essentially basic table salt going down your drain and not any chemicals.
  • No dyes that damage the environment
  • No micro plastic beads to contaminate water supply
  • No added toxic surfactants, buffers, or fillers
  • The concentration and purity achieved in the formula is unmatched in the  
  • All ingredients are listed on the label and not hidden
  • O2 bubbles lift the stain using the power of nature to truly brighten your clothes—not dye them.

Where Do You Use Oxyboost?

  • Toilet Bowls
  • Sinks
  • Grout
  • Tub/Shower
  • Clean coffee/tea stains from cups
  • Laundry 
  • Hot tub sanitizer

Oxyboost has oxygenated power to clean and lift stains from clothes and surfaces, leaving them bright, clean, and good as new!  And best of all it does it WITHOUT toxic chemicals. It is safe for you and your family! 

6 Recipes:

RECIPE #1:Toilet Bowl Cleaner

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • Dirty Toilet
  • 1-2 Scoops of Oxyboost
  • Toilet bowl brush

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Sprinkle Oxyboost in your toilet bowl and let it sit 45 minutes-1 hour
  • Scrub with a toilet brush and enjoy a clean, sparkly toilet bowl!

RECIPE #2 Sink Cleaner

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • Dirty Sink
  • Hot water
  • 1 Scoop of Oxyboost
  • Non-Scratch scrub brush/Eco-Sponge

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Fill sink half full with hot water
  • Sprinkle Oxyboost into the water
  • Let sit 45 minutes.
  • Scrub any stubborn stains with a non-scratch scrub brush or eco-sponge
  • Rinse with warm water and BOOM! CLEAN!

*Note: This also works AMAZINGLY well on Stainless Steel sinks also!

RECIPE #3 Grout Cleaner

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • Hot Water
  • Laundry Wash (Optional)
  • 3 Scoops of Oxyboost
  • Scrub Brush

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Mix enough Laundry Wash or Hot Water with Oxyboost to make a paste.
  • Spread paste onto the grout
  • Scrub away stains with scrub brush
  • Rinse off and WOO HOO!  LIKE NEW!

RECIPE #4 Tub and Shower Cleaner

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • Hot Water
  • 3-5 Scoops of Oxyboost
  • Eco-Cloth or Eco-Sponge

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Wet shower/tub with hot water
  • Sprinkle Oxyboost onto wet surface
  • Let sit 20-30 minutes
  • Wipe with Eco-cloth or Eco-Sponge
  • Rinse with Hot Water and Enjoy!

RECIPE #5 Clean Stained Coffee/Tea Cups

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • ½-1 Scoop Oxyboost
  • Hot Water

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Add Oxyboost to cup
  • Fill with Hot Water
  • Let sit 20-30 minutes
  • Rinse out and ENJOY!

RECIPE #6  Whiten/Brighten/Stain Removal on Laundry

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • 1-2 Scoops of Oxyboost
  • Dirty Laundry
  • Enzyme Stain Remover (Optional)
  • TrulyFree Laundry Wash (Scented or Unscented)
  • TrulyFree Softening Rinse (Scented or Unscented, Optional)

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Depending on how dirty the laundry is, add 1-2 Scoops of Oxyboost to the Dry  Drum of your machine; either add before adding clothes, or sprinkle on top of them.
  • Add Enzymes to the drum of the machine (Optional)
  • Add laundry
  • Wash as usual on Hot/Warm water, or add an extra rinse if using Cold water.
  • Voila!  Cleaner, brighter, stain free laundry!

*Note: You can also soak laundry in Oxyboost and Hot Water for several hours/overnight to pre-treat also.

Oxyboost works best in Hot/Warm water.  However, it can be used in cold water.

We recommend the extra rinse to prevent fading on dark clothes, when washed in cold.

Oxyboost and Enzymes work great together because you get the oxygenated stain lifting and brightening of the Oxyboost combined with digestion of stains/odors from the Enzymes. 

 

Who just saved $ by knocking down 6 cleaning jobs with 1 product? YOU DID!!!! 

And you did it with a Non-Toxic product that is safe and effective. Way to go!

This saving money while doing something good for yourself and your family thing is pretty awesome!  So, what other ways can you save and be kind to yourself and the environment while making your life easier?

TrulyFree offers Non-Toxic Home and Laundry cleaning solutions that are safe, effective,waste reducing,  and are delivered right to your door!  

Our products are non-toxic and considerate of the environment.  The first time you purchase a product that requires a jug/bottle/cover, you will receive the container for free. After that you will only receive refills.  

Whether you are looking to tackle tough greasy messes in the kitchen, dirty floors, dirty/dingy laundry, or just to do your everyday cleaning, we have you covered with a full line of Non-Toxic products! 

Got laundry? Got things to clean? If you have stains, we have answers!  Check out the rest of our blog for more tips and tricks! 

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