Baby-Proofing & Safe Cleaning with Earth’s Best {Giveaway}

With a new baby or active toddler (in our case) around the house, we often completely lose sight of keeping the house clean and tidy. It may seem easier to neglect household chores and time consuming cleaning projects, but creating a clean and safe environment for your little ones is essential!   For those of you that have followed our journey for awhile now you know that Tates battles a really crazy bacterial infection and germs are a very important topic around our home.  It’s impossible to escape germs completely, but it’s possible to use certain tools to prevent unhealthy or dangerous living conditions. Here are a few tips to follow throughout the cleaning process:

  • Spills can happen at any moment, not just meal time. Earth’s Best All Purpose Nursery Cleaner is great for unexpected messy situations. Formulated using natural and plant-based cleaning agents to help you clean up any mess, while keeping your baby’s safety a top priority.
  • Keep cleaning tools organized and out of reach from little helping hands! Knowing ahead of time that you have a specific place that you store each needed item will help make the process less stressful!
  • Make a list of daily or weekly cleaning must-dos. Try to strategically tackle one item at a time while your little one is napping or being watched by another family member or friend.
  • Earth’s Best provides an extensive guide featuring 12 basic tips to follow that will help you baby proof your house to keep your little one safe.
  • Wash your hands frequently! Hum the “Happy Birthday” song from beginning to end twice as a good timer. To avoid passing germs onto your child, make sure to wash your hands often, especially before picking them up or feeding them. It’s as simple as using soap and water and rubbing your hands under a running faucet for 20 seconds. Encourage all family members to do the same!

  • Make the items that your baby spends the most time with a cleaning priority. Safely keep cribs, baby’s strollers and car seats clean with Earth’s Best chlorine-free, Nursery Wipes. Throw a travel-pack in your purse or diaper bag for all your on-the-go needs!

Giveaway: Earth’s Best Organic® Nursery Wipes (canister) and travel-pack. Fill out the entry form below for your chance to win!

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FTC Disclosure: I am an Earth’s Best ambassador and receive products from them, however, my opinion is 100% my own and not influenced in any way. I was not compensated in any other way for this post.


  1. Distilled vinegar, often diluted.

  2. I use vinegar to clean almost everything

  3. I clean my sinks with vinegar and baking soda.

  4. Nena Sinclair says:

    I often use vinegar for cleaning

  5. Amy Bailey says:

    Use soap nuts instead of laundry soap.

  6. I use Dish soap and baking soda to clean the soap scum off the tub :)
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  7. Miranda Lee says:

    I use Norwex cloths for my windows! Just use them with water!

  8. I don’t know anything about natural cleaning would love to learn!

  9. I clean almost everything with baking soda and vinegar!

  10. Jennifer Johansen says:

    Vinegar, baking soda, and soap nuts. I use them all!

  11. Nicole-Lynn says:

    Great giveaway! One of my natural cleaning tricks is to put lemon juice in my washing machine to make my whites brighter!

  12. Baby wipes are really good at taking crayon off the walls!

  13. use vinegar and water to clean glass

  14. Vivian Sun says:

    Use pumice stone to scrub any mineral deposits or stains in your toilet.

  15. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I use baking soda to deodorize things :)

  16. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We use lemon to get out stains

  17. Diane Sallans says:

    baking soda if you need something with a little scrubbing grit

  18. i use lemon or vinegar on a lot in my kitchen

  19. Priscilla Benavides says:

    Baking soda or vinegar!

  20. I use vinegar in the dishwasher as a rinse aid.

  21. Nicole Bear says:

    I don’t use many commercial cleaners. My regular arsenal consists of vinegar and baking soda. This is something I learned from my mother and grandmother.

  22. I use baking soda for cleaning. Haven’t tried vinegar, but I think I will try that soon too.

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