productsWhy do we make household cleaners? The simple answer is because families need a better option. The choices we make about which household cleaners to use has a big impact on the long term health of our families. Cleaners on the market for the last 8 decades contain chemicals that are responsible for 2/3 of all cancer in the US, according to Center for Disease Control. The risk of cancer in our country has gone from 1 in 8,000 as of 1910 to 1 in 2 as of 2016. Popular cleaners are effective, but completely unnecessary.

We want to make the world a cleaner place by educating and making non-toxic cleaners that will make for a brighter tomorrow and help save the earth! We offer this through our weekly farmer’s market booth and social outreach. Shop our booth at the Umpqua Valley Farmer’s Market in Roseburg, Oregon each Saturday or our online site for:

  • Grammy’s Sweet Lemon Laundry Sauce

  • Wool Dryer Balls – Made from locally sourced Oregon wool

  • Multi-Purpose Cleaner

  • Toilet Bombs

  • Glass Cleaner

  • Dish It Up! Liquid Dish Soap

  • Dishwasher Detergent

  • Cleaning Kits – Mix & Match any 3 items! Comes with a large Grammy’s Laundry Sauce!

  • Specialty Baked Goods – Specializing in Gluten Free Goodness!

  • Seasonally Canned Items





  1. I have been reading about borax on the internet and that it is not the green solution many purport it to be. How much borax is in your product – I see that it is the first product you list.

  2. Thank you for the question! This comes up a lot!

    In our research we did not find any evidence that was compelling enough for us to avoid using Borax in our cleaners. We do not recommend that you eat it or rub it on your skin without first diluting it.All of our products use a safe, diluted amount. Borax is a natural mineral!

    We wanted to know more, you inspired us to write a blog post about it today!

    Please check it out and let us know if you have any other questions we can help answer!

    Like most ideas out there, we find that many corporations will put misinformation out there to help sell their unsafe products. There is also confusion between which substance is actually being tested. Many times what was tested was not Borax, but boric acid which is different!

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