A cleaning detox, for us, means replacing unnecessarily toxic cleaners with least-toxic products that work. And safely disposing of toxic products we’re not using anymore. Then cleaning—deeply and thoroughly as needed.
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Go with least-toxic cleaners that work. The basics on this site are safe for school-age kids to use, with supervision. Yet tough enough for the pro’s.
Bonus: Spend less on simple, no-frills products. And do away with so much waste.
CLEAN SMARTER, NOT HARDER
Clean like a pro with the right tools. Start with a vacuum that switches from ceiling to floor almost seamlessly.
Bonus: Durable, reusable tools save money over months and years, over disposables.
Free up space
Clear out any toxics or clutter in your way. As you may have discovered, they only complicate cleaning. Start with your cleaning closet.
Bonus: As health experts will tell you— the less clutter around, the less stress.
A healthy home is clean, and free of toxic hazards. Finding practical ways to get there— and stay there— is the focus of this new blog.
I’m excited to tell you about Vermeister Zero VOC. According to Green Building Supply, where you can buy it, Vermeister is the first water-based polyurethane finish made without VOCs, solvents, or other toxic ingredients. I’ll have Joel Hirshberg from Green Building Supply tell you more about Vermeister Zero VOC. But first, a quick polyurethane […]
Cleaning like a pro simply means getting the job done. With no wasted time or motion. But you rarely need toxic chemicals to clean like a pro. Products with organic ingredients can work efficiently in your kitchen and bathroom routine.