Could cleaning be impacting your breathing?

A recent study, published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, showed that using chemical cleaning...

Dana | April 12, 2018

Household products contribute as much air pollution as automobiles

Everyday products such as perfume, skin lotion, hair spray, deodorant, household cleaners and lawn pesticides are a top source of...

Dana | February 28, 2018

Skip the Softener

Fabric softeners come with a lot of promises – soft, fresh-smelling clothes, free of static and wrinkles, along with less...

Dana | November 15, 2017

Can you Save a Flood Damaged Carpet or Rug?

The short answer is probably no. Wet carpets from clean water like from pipe leaks can be cleaned if the carpet itself is clean....

Carl Grimes | September 13, 2017

Drop the Kitchen Sponge

“Cleaning” your kitchen sponge sufficiently enough to get rid of ALL of the bacteria is a very tall order....

Dana | August 14, 2017

Chemicals in Your Household Dust May Be Linked to Obesity

Some chemicals in household dust may lead to obesity, according to a new study by a team of scientists from Duke University and...

Dana | July 18, 2017

Clean More or Less?

Cleaning must be more – and less – than we’ve been taught.  Cleanliness may be next to godliness for...

Carl Grimes | June 27, 2017

Clean Doesn’t Smell!

What do you think clean smells like?  Lemons? Tropical bouquets? Ocean breezes?  Bleach?  Here is what clean...

Carl Grimes | June 14, 2017

Green Plants, Cleaner Air

Green plants help you breathe easier indoors. Living in an energy efficient home can have unintended side effects like reduced...

Dana | June 9, 2017

Clean Up How you Clean Up!

Keeping a clean house is important. Not only does your home look better, but keeping dirt, dust, and grime off surfaces helps to...

Dana | May 3, 2017

5 More Things to Improve Home Health Today!

Since you spend about 90% of your time indoors, the air you breathe inside is really important - especially if someone in your...

Dana | March 13, 2017

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Indoor Air can be more poluted

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Indoor air can be 5x more polluted than outside affecting allergies, asthma, concentration, sleep quality and more.