People who have discovered the world of sustainability usually follow a sequence of steps: 1. OMG! The world is falling apart and I need to live sustainably! 2. How the heck do I do that? 3. This is impossible. 4. Cool! I found this awesome green product! 5. Oh wow. There are lots of awesome green products. How do I choose? 6. Eek! Half of my "green" products aren't green at all. The bastards. 7. OK, I think I have my favorite green products that I can trust. 7. You know what? I need to stop buying "green" products, and just stop buying so much stuff in general. 8. I am completely above consumerism, and haven't brought a new piece of plastic into my home for two years. I would consider step eight something like sustainability nirvana--oft sought after, rarely achieved, and only for the extremely dedicated. For the rest of we green strivers, I present an article I put together for LearnVest that goes into extreme detail about the best green cleaners. Armed with a ton of research, we chose our favorite cleaners that are cheap and eco-friendly. It may not be as virtuous as scrubbing with nothing but lemon and baking soda in every corner, but it's pretty darn close. To see the rest of the chart, click here.