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Everything you need to know to clean your home naturally- (the lungs you save may just be your own) by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 1:19pm We all want clean happy homes.  But sometimes in wanting “clean” we get “chemically-induced-smells-like-it’s” clean.   And the chemicals that “clean” sometime do so at a cost to you and those living in your house.  Most were formulated for industrial use and are totally unnecessary for day to day cleaning in a home. I fear that we, a ... Read on »
Uses of Toothpaste by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:44pm Remove scuffs from shoes A little toothpaste does an amazing job of removing scuffs from leather shoes. Just squirt a dab on the scuffed area and rub with a soft cloth. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. The leather will look like new. Clean your piano keys Has tickling the ivories left them a bit dingy? Clean them up with toothpaste and ... Read on »
as you go through your slate of candidates by ztaibaba Posted Wed 16 Jan 2013 5:50am   Players, who play in NFL has different name and number printed on it, in the front and in the back as well. These give them a separate position in the team. Enjoy European Tour golf live broadcast onlinejerseys from chinastreaming channels free pc tv. BMW International Open golf live coverage the final day stream on 4500 online channels from ... Read on »
Use Vinegar to Save Money Around the House by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 7:00am Let’s face it: commercial cleaning agents are expensive. When budgets are tight, they can place an even greater strain on an already starving wallet. After all, they are necessary. Right? Not necessarily. While cleaning supplies may make some chores easier, there is also the risk that comes with inhaling the chemicals, and the ... Read on »
This Sculptor Carts Junk Out of the Scrapyard, Into Artistic Stardom by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Jan 2012 5:34pm Climbing through three-story piles of scrap metal at his local salvage yard, Custom Alloy  in Oakland, California, is Clayton Bailey's idea of the perfect afternoon. Digging through the masses of what many would consider junk, the artist finds inspiration to satisfy his boundless imagination. From discarded vacuum cleaners, coffee pots ... Read on »
Day 31 of our Green Year: Lovin' Lemons by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 4:16pm We now enter our second month of Our Green Year and things are going strong. We have had some wonderful feedback from our readers, who have suggested some great ideas that we will be incorporating into our future blogs. As well, today we were interviewed by our local paper, The Trail Daily Times, who are doing a story on Our Green Year. For ... Read on »
The Many Uses of Junk Food by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:00pm A comment on my recent Coca-Cola post mentioned something I’d never previously considered: what if there were legitimate uses for un-Primal “food” items, things like bread, rice, peanut butter, or corn, that didn’t involve putting them in our mouths, chewing, and swallowing? In a previous post on pantry Primalizing, I suggested newcomers donate ... Read on »
Eco-Tip Tuesday: Recipes for a Green Clean by Dawn Gifford aka Small Footprint Mama Posted Tue 03 Nov 2009 10:02pm Approximately 85,000 chemicals are in use today. According to the Breast Cancer Fund, complete toxicological screening data is available for only 7% of these chemicals, and more than 90% have never been tested for their effects on human health. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, household cleaning produc ... Read on »
The Ultimate Cloth GIVEAWAY!! by Tara Robertson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:01pm I want to tell you about my new favourite cloth- The Ultimate Cloth. I was sent one to review and I LOVE IT. Seriously this is the best cloth I have ever used. Ever. It is truly amazing. Really. Here is some information the sponsor sent to me... The Ultimate Cloth is an eco-friendly solution for homes as well as a money and time saver. The U ... Read on »
DIY Birkenstock-free Cleaning Products by Sarah B. Posted Fri 01 May 2009 12:00am I once dated this guy that was such a nutty hippie, that he would clean his house using the leftover liquid pressed out of his homemade tofu. This is what comes to mind when I think about “natural cleaning products”. That, and of course the smell of greasy dreadlocks and rotting soy juice. Thanks for the memories. I’ve moved on since t ... Read on »