These are my cleaning supplies:
- baking soda
- Dr. Bronner's
- Tea Tree Oil
- microfiber cloths
I clean pretty much everything with a combination of those things. I have a spray bottle with 50/50 vinegar and water, and another bottle with diluted Dr. Bronner's and a few drops of TTO. I also make cleaning wipes (not totally green, since I use paper towels), which comes in handy in the bathrooms. I use the microfiber cloths to clean everything except the toilets because I just find that too gross, so I mostly use the homemade cleaning wipes for that. For the floors, I use a Swiffer mop with a microfiber cloth, and I refill the solution container with my own mix of diluted Dr. Bronner's. I've tried a few recipes for homemade laundry detergent and dishwasher detergent, but in the end I went back to using Dropps for the laundry and Ecover tablets for the dishwasher. It must be our water because none of the homemade stuff worked for me.
This is the website where I originally got the idea for the wipes: http://organizedhome.com/clean-house/make-your-own-cleaning-wipes. I use an old Folgers coffee container. It's the perfect size for half a roll of paper towels, plus it has a built-in handle.
This website has instructions for making cloth wipes and the solution is closer to what I actually use on my paper towel wipes: http://www.liverenewed.com/2009/09/homemade-clorox-wipes.html. This website has a ton of info on other natural cleaning solutions, too.