Choosing environmentally friendly cleaning products — and removing toxic ones — goes a long way towards ensuring a home with fresh, clean air. Clean air renews and rejuvenates; it doesn’t pollute our lives or the environment. Living in a less toxic home, removed from neurotoxic chemicals, improves sleep and concentration, makes babies less fussy, and […]
Get Green Tools – Look for cleaning aids and tools that do the least amount of damage to the environment. Two example of tools that hurt the environment are mop systems and single-sue wipes.
Work Smarter, Not Harder – Implement routines to prevent your home from getting dirty. Cleaning green doesn’t necessarily mean cleaning more. By preventing cleaning chores, you reduce the time needed to clean your home.