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DIY Disinfecting Wipes

By Fredrica Syren: They’re cheap, appealing and easy to find. Store-bought disinfected wipes might be convenient, especially when the buyer reads that they kill 99.9% of germs on surfaces. I can see how, during cold and flu season, that might be considered a lifesaver. However, what the package does not …

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15 Uses for Distilled White Vinegar

By Alicia Lawrence: Almost everyone has a bottle of distilled white vinegar in the pantry. It’s one of those household must-haves that most commonly lends itself to recipes, Easter egg dying and cleaning out the coffee machine.Lately, it also has become a popular household cleanser because of its effects on …

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Clean and Green Home Without Toxic Household Cleaners

By Fredrica Syren: When you clean with regular household cleaners, have you ever noticed the strong smell? Once I became a mom, I began thinking about what was really in all those cleaners I used all over the house where my kids would be moving around and be in contact …

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DIY Earth Friendly Cleaning Products

By Larraine Roulston: To make our homes sparkle, manufactures of cleaning products have done a good job convincing us to clean, deodorize and disinfect using their products. Household cleaning chores, however, do not require toxic chemicals. Simple, chemically free and much less expensive solutions are right at your fingertips.   A …

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Oven Cleaning Alternatives Without Chemicals

By Amanda Wilkes: Many of the meals we make require a significant amount of time in the oven at high heat, leading to bubbles, splatters and spills inside our cooking unit. As time goes on, these bubbles, splatters and spills continue to bake onto the oven’s surface, making it harder …

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Detox Your Cleaning Supplies

By Dawna Matthews: When I was a child, I remember a sickly green sticker on various items underneath the kitchen sink or in the laundry room. This sticker, “Mr. Yuk,” warned me and thousands of others that “things marked yuk, make you sick.” Created to help identify potential poisons and …

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