If you have a baby you know they make messes and you know they can make some stinky messes! Something so gross smelling can come out of something so angelic! I remember wondering how it was possible and then what I could use to eliminate the nasty odor and clean up the changing table. When I had my first baby I wasn’t so eco-conscious but with my daughter I was wiser and looked for safer non-toxic options for cleaning and deodorizing.

If you’re in this boat right now of changing diapers and cleaning up the nursery you are in luck because now there is Aussan Natural™.  The company recently sent me their non-toxic nursery cleaner and odor eliminator to review and over the last few weeks I’ve been giving it a whirl and like how effective it is. It cleans well. It cuts odor. Best of all the company claims that their products are 100% non-toxic, safe to use and they give you their complete ingredient list. From cleaning your house, the nursery, wiping up after your pet or taking care of your automobile this company has you covered in the cleaning department!

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Here is what I like about the Aussan Natural™ line of cleaners that extend beyond just nursery cleaners*:

-No Parabens

-No VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds)

-No Animal By Products

-No SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfates)

-No Artificial Colors or Dyes


-Available in the U.S. and Canada

-No need to rinse the surfaces

*This information was gathered from the Aussan Natural™ FAQ page.

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Hello, I’m Sommer and this has been my blogging home since 2007. I’m a juggler of life, a protective mama bear and I enjoy travel, wine, sunshine and good books. I hope that through this site you’ll be able find something that inspires you to live a little greener, healthier and happier. Even if it's just a yummy recipe or a personal story of mine.