Green Tips for Everyday Living
From the Chesapeake Conservancy
We may have just felt the last blast of winter weather so itís time to open the windows and get some spring cleaning done. While airing out your home and cleaning out the cupboards consider the environmental impact of the cleaning products. Many harsh cleaners have chemicals in them that can have residual impacts to your health and the health of the bay. However, some of the most basic cleaning products are good for the bay and your bottom line. Vinegar and baking soda are basic, affordable cleaning products that can clean your home without causing any negative side impacts. For other spring green cleaning ideas check out this sparkpeople blog.
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