Clean Green – Tips and Recipes for a naturally clean, more sustainable home – Jen Chillingsworth

13,95

Clean Green – Tips and Recipes for a naturally clean, more sustainable home – Jen Chillingsworth

13,95

Jen Chillingworth’s newest guide is Clean Green Learn how to create your own cleaning products that are better and healthier to use and keep your home sparkling clean.

What is in my cleaning products? Are these chemicals bad for my health? Do they damage the environment? How do I reduce the amount of plastic in my home? These are questions we should all be asking when it comes to cleaning our homes.

Clean Green shows you how to tackle each room and cleaning task in a natural way. From laundry detergent, toilet cleaner and furniture polish to hand wash, dishwashing liquid, stain remover and air freshener, all the recipes for natural products in this book are quick and simple to make and, most important of all, they work! They’re not expensive either, many will save you money in the long term and help you to cut down on your plastic waste too.

Small steps. Big changes.

This little guide has 159 pages with bright and colourful illustrations. It would make a perfect gift to yourself or a loved one!

Clean Green is beautifully illustrated by London-based illustrator Amelia Flower.

Jen has written another book on green living; Live Green.

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Illustrated by

Amelia Flower

Pages

157 pages

Author(s)

Jen Chillingsworth

Publisher

Quadrille

Jen Chillingsworth’s book Live Green – 52 Steps for a more sustainable life is a practical guide of 52 sustainable living changes – one for each week of the year – you can make to be more self-sufficient and reduce your impact on the environment. Tackling all areas of your life from your cleaning routine, home furnishings, food shopping, fashion choices, natural beauty and Christmas, this book has all the ingredients to help you achieve a more sustainable year.

About the author

Jen Chillingsworth is a freelance writer and photographer based in West Yorkshire. She previously worked in arts management before choosing to re-train as a market gardener. Here Jen discovered her love for plants, flowers, nature and the landscape and how important it is that we try to protect them. She writes regularly about slow and simple living, eating seasonally and green issues on her blog Little Birdie. Jen has written and photographed features published in The Simple Things magazine and 91 Magazine. She is married with one son.

About the illustrator

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Language

Illustrated by

Amelia Flower

Pages

157 pages

Author(s)

Jen Chillingsworth

Publisher

Quadrille