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Green Tip Of The Day

Clean and Chemical-Free

Want a clean home? Office? Environment period? Us too. Yet while typical household/office cleaners might cut the grease and get the grime out, chances are you’re also breathing in harsh chemicals including ammonia, bleach, petroleum distillates, and formaldehyde.  (GreenNest, an online retail website specializing in green and organic home goods) Get recommendations for natural cleaners that are free from petrochemical volatile organic compounds (VOCs), such as products by Safe Choice, Naturally Yours and Green Nest.

HeaderLogo  Bullseye International, selling Eco-friendly facility and janitorial supplies. Additionally, they provide products for the Armed Forces, Homeland Security, Department of Energy, corrections facilities, as well as a variety of other government agencies.(On target for all you janitorial and facility supply needs)

Window cleaner: one part distilled white or apple cider vinegar and one part water, mixed in a spray bottle. (Wiping the windows clean with recycled newspaper makes for a streak-free shine.)

Laundry detergent: washing soda (sodium carbonate)

Fabric softener: baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)

Mold remover: borax

Grease cutter and furniture polish: washing soda

Silver polish: toothpaste, salt or baking soda

Fruit Peel CleansersToilet cleaner: lemon juice

Dusting: olive oil or washing soda


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