Today I wanted to share some really exciting news about my new book, Fresh Clean Home.

This year I have been busy beavering away behind the scenes, to produce a book!  It’s called Fresh Clean Home, and it’s packed full of over 35 natural cleaning recipes for every corner of your home.  The photography and styling are just stunning. And as well as looking lovely I hope it will be a really useful green cleaning book that you find yourself referring to time and time again.

Fresh Clean Home is being published by Pavilion in hardback format.  It will retail for £12.99 and is available to pre-order on Amazon right now.  It will also be available in other bookshops (online and in-store) on 1st February 2018, so you can purchase it from your preferred vendor.

Edit: Fresh Clean Home is now widely available! Find it online here:

Amazon* / Foyles / Hive / The Telegraph / Waterstones / Wordery*

Here’s a run down as to what it’s all about!

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What’s Fresh Clean Home All About?

Fresh Clean Home is all about me sharing my very favourite green cleaning recipes and methods. This will allow you to clean your home without the use of harsh or questionable chemicals.  I’ve even troubleshot why green cleaning recipes you might have tried in the past haven’t worked and suggested alternative methods that will work.

What Kind of Recipes Are In It?

in Fresh Clean Home, there are over 35 recipes for cleaning every area of your home.  From natural laundry detergent to kitchen and bathroom cleaners, to eco-friendly homemade oven cleaning gel, and from to how to deal with mould and mildew effectively.  I’ve also shared the holy grail of green cleaning – an actual clinging toilet bowl cleaner that works just like those bleach-based alternatives!

What Ingredients Does Fresh Clean Home Use?

There are no unusual or difficult to source ingredients in Fresh Clean Home.  The main ingredients I use are easily sourced. These include staples such as borax substitute, soda crystals, bicarbonate of soda, essential oils, and liquid Castile soap.  For cost-effectiveness, the ingredients can be used again and again in other recipes in the book.

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Does Everything Smell of Vinegar?

In short: no.  Whilst I think vinegar is a great natural cleaner I don’t think it’s the best solution in every circumstance. As such, there are a lot of non-vinegar based products in the book.  I’ve even included alternative recipes if vinegar just isn’t your thing.

Are the recipes time consuming to make?

No: I’m mindful that we all live busy lifestyles. Therefore, many products can be whipped up in just a few seconds.  There are a few recipes that take a bit longer to make but these are all clearly signposted!

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Fresh Clean Home has been a real labour of love and I can’t wait to share it with you! You can buy it from the following retailers:

Amazon* / Foyles / Hive / The Telegraph / Waterstones / Wordery*


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