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5 Cleaning Products You Can Replace With Natural Alternatives

Sep 4 ,2017

When we can do something for the environment that is also good for our health, it is a win-win situation. Replacing harsh cleaning chemicals with natural substances is pretty easy to do, and your nose, lungs and general health will thank you for it. Here are some natural alternatives to chemical laden cleaning products. Window and Multi-purpose Cleaners We all use these things in our homes. Window and multi-purpose cleaners are cleaning staples, yet most of these products contain toxic substances that you and your family can do without. Old newspapers and white vinegar diluted with water make glass gleam. Throw out your kitchen cleaners and substitute Bon Ami powder, which contains natural ingredients, instead. Baking soda and lemon juice…

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The Best Cleaning Products To Use While Pregnant

Aug 14 ,2017

There are many things to do, and not do, when you or someone around you is pregnant. Nobody wants to be guilty of taking liberties with the life of an unborn child, or the safety of the mother, and there are certain precautions that we take to ensure that this doesn’t happen. One of the most frequently overlooked areas of caution during pregnancy is the cleaning products that are safe to use. Below are the best cleaning products to use while pregnant. Baking soda Baking soda has long been considered one of the best all-purpose cleaners around. From disinfecting to deodorizing, baking soda can safely be used in the kitchen, bathroom, or even inside the refrigerator without fear that you…

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4 Cleaning Product Storage Tips For Restaurants

Aug 7 ,2017

Many commercial cleaners used for high-level cleaning, especially in places like restaurants, have special storage requirements because of how heavy duty they are. In your home, the normal over-the-counter stuff you buy to handle your family’s dirt and grime can be kept under the sink, or stored with minimal consideration for how potentially hazardous the chemicals are. If you are wondering how you should be storing cleaning products in a restaurant, below are 4 tips to help you out. Never store chemicals near food It is never a good idea to store cleaning products anywhere near food, or food preparation areas. If something inadvertently leaks out onto a preparation area, or worse yet, into raw ingredients, you may end up…

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