Reasonable Green

Just a girl, trying to be a better steward of the Earth, while still driving a car and living an otherwise mainstream, twenty-first-century consumer life. She thinks you can be "green" and reasonable. Here is her blog.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Tips for Spring Cleaning

If you're planning to freshen up your home and want to reduce the environmental impact you'll find a lot of help in "Green Clean: The Environmentally Sound Guide to Cleaning Your Home" by Linda Mason Hunter and Mikki Halpin.

It's chock-full of tips on getting things sparkling clean while reducing your impact on the environment.

You don't have to overwhelm family and pets with noxious fumes to accomplish a thorough cleaning.

"Green Clean" will help you select more benign products that still get the job done.

Don't be fooled: Many products marketed as "green" don't pass muster when you take a closer look.

The book is water and stain resistant, too, so you can toss it in to the bucket you use to schlep those eco-friendly cleaning supplies.

Buy "Green Clean" Now


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