HappyChick wrote:3) we installed a water filtration system because our tap water sucks. Everyone in the house is drinking healthier with this change.
4) instead of chemical air fresheners, I use my HoMedics Brethe machine with a few drops of essential oils not the stuff that is included with the Brethe. Here is a link for description: http://www.homedics.com/products/air-wa ... lizer.html . I only paid $25 for mine online. I think it works great!
5) no one is allowed to smoke cigarettes in the house. Dr. B explained to me that the molecules from smoking are heavy and go to the floor. Dogs are near to floor so they are exposed to more of those carcinogens.
LMM wrote:I would love some tried and true suggestions for green cleaning products. Or the exact mix needed for water/vinegar to clean. I'm not crazy about the vinegar smell though.
Where did you get the Brethe for $25.00?
hugapitbull wrote:Another alternative to the green cleaners are the steam cleaner products. I have a steam mop and love it. A friend bought one of the hand held steamers last weekend, you can use it on all kinds of things: countertops, bedding, practically an unlimited list.
LMM wrote:What's the scoop on the Mrs. Meyers products?
LMM wrote:No, what's go great about them? I don't mean to sound smart alecky, I've just never heard of them
HappyChick wrote:I'd like to check out the steam cleaner products. Do you have a link for your steam mop? Can you use it on bare wood floors?
BigDogBuford wrote:LMM wrote:No, what's go great about them? I don't mean to sound smart alecky, I've just never heard of them
Oh! Haha. Harsh chemical free and they smell really, really good. At least I like them. They literally make me enjoy cleaning. There are a lot of cleaning products that either give me a headache or affect my respiration (Simple Green). These don't seem to irritate me at all.....
I saw some at my local store, liked the scent and picked some up. I've been hooked ever since. Also, with seven stinky dogs I like anything that smells good that doesn't smell pine-y or like cheap soap. And I can't stand the smell of vinegar.
LMM wrote:Cool, thanks! Let me know about the smell project!
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