Supporting Your Health



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Plants bring beauty into our homes. They also need dusting, like everything else. And what about plants’ air-cleaning qualities? A 2010 pilot study authored by Michael G. Apte challenges that claim. Click on this photo to learn more.


A healthy home is sustainably clean, and free of toxic hazards. My passion is discovering hassle-free ways to get us there.  And sharing the good news!


A bit about me

I help professional women create healthier, greener homes through my specialized cleaning service. Customers with allergies, asthma or chemical sensitivities get top priority.

To learn more, check out my recent interview on Women’s Wellness Wednesdays.


A sneak preview of my blog!

I’m planning my blog between some major projects for my customers.  Meanwhile, for a taste of what’s coming, check out my sneak-preview posts below. I hope you’ll find them helpful!


Flame Retardant Free: Safer Sofa Foam Exchange

Your sofa may be making your family and pets sick. That’s because most foam sofas in the U.S. — old and new— are leaking toxic flame
 retardant chemicals.

But happily, there are safer options! You can buy a flame retardant free sofa. Or, more affordably, swap the foam in your seat cushions for foam that’s flame retardant free.


Canister vs Upright: A Vacuum for Your Healthy Home

Keeping a healthy home includes vacuuming, in detail, once a week or so. And of course, using a HEPA filter.

If you hate vacuuming, it’s a hard job to keep up! But detailing can be surprisingly easy with the right machine. That means choosing between a canister vs upright.


More topics are brewing!

Get a sneak peak in my first About This Blog post, Clean Solutions for Healthy Homes.






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