Topic: Clean Home

How Safe Or Unsafe Is the Air at Your Workplace?

How clean is the air where you work? Are volatile organic compounds (VOCs) an obvious occupational hazard for you? Or are they your employer’s best kept secret, hiding where you least expect them? More »

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How Can Having Indoor Plants Benefit You?

In addition to the nutritional value of the plants you can eat and the esthetic value of those whose beauty you can admire, plants can have other positive effects on your life. More »

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How to Keep Your Drains Clean and Unclogged?

Whether you use municipal sewage or have your own septic system, you should be concerned about what goes down your drains. Toxic cleaners pollute the environment and may cause various diseases — think about it the next time one of your neighbors is diagnosed with cancer. Common drain cleaner ingredients also include sulfuric acid and lye, both of which can cause serious burns if they come in contact with your skin.

Any matter that goes down your pipes, be it food or human waste, can eventually clog your drains. What is a safe way to keep your drains clean and unclogged? More »

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How to Keep Your Pet’s Environment Clean and Odor-Free, Safely

Pets provide a lot of joy, but they can also cause some trouble. They sometimes grace us with smelly surprises, or ones that leave marks on our carpets, furniture or clothes. Their beddings or cages may also cause foul odors, and the places where they “go to the bathroom” definitely do so.

As a responsible pet owner, you want to eliminate pet-induced stains and odors in the safest way possible. More »

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Gunk Forming In Your Toilet Water Tank?

When my husband and I were living up north, our well water was apparently rich in iron bacteria that were forming disgusting, gray gunk inside our toilet water tanks. Cleaning those was the grossest cleaning task around the house. More »

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