Funny what you find online. Like the “White Nationalist” bulletin board for homemakers that has some really helpful cost saving ideas, nice cake recipes, “twenty-five things to do with cinnamon” but also a call for unity among “Aryan women” on behalf of the “Volk”, head-shaving tips, and help avoiding kosher food. After a few minutes, I got the creeps.

Since I was online looking for ideas to clean the house inexpensively and without harsh chemicals anyway, I moved to the site for one of my favorite products: Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Pure-Castile Soap. (Though I usually wash with Kirk’s Hard Water Coco Castile most days.)

If you know the product, you know the cheerful, if somewhat loopy, preachments of the late Emanuel Bronner, the company’s founder and master soapmaker. But didja know you can download the bottle label as a PDF file? Whew! that’s better.

Go to the bottom of this page.


  1. I was thinking about you the other day. My mom sent me a box and inside were 2 bars of fels naptha soap! She remembered that you recommended it, but I couldn’t find it locally, and now I don’t recall why I needed it!!

    I hope you found a solution that works for you. I gave up on a chemical free household a long time ago. I found that I could use baking soda and exhaust my arm scrubbing, or I could use scrubbing bubbles and wipe with a sponge! My current favorite cleaner is clorox clean up. It’s loaded with bleach. It’s especially wonderful in the bathroom where so many people seem to MISS!

  2. I’m curious: Does this mean you believe you are surrounded by angels and demons? If so, how does that work, exactly? And if you don’t, how do you cope with members of the church who do?

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