Fragrance – Chemicals

Did you know….. Fragrance can be defined as the chemicals in a product to give it a certain scent.The scent used in a product does not give it anymore cleaning power. Who knew…

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BPA- Bisphenol A

What does BPA stand for? Bisphenol A is a chemical found in items such as hard plastics, including drinking water bottles, products packaged in plastic containers. eye glass lenses, shower curtain liners, electronics and store receipts. Studies have shown that exposure too BPA or its counter part BPS  ( Bisphenol S ) is linked to a…

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Cleaning with Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda

Did you know… Heavy grease can be removed from a stove top by using, Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda. Mix the two together with warm water to create a paste and apply it using a sponge or cloth. Always wear gloves. Who knew….. 

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Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning

    Cleaning hack for today: Hydrogen peroxide is fantastic to use instead of bleach for removing mold and mildew. Simply put the hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle undiluted. Spray onto the contaminated area, let it sit for 10 minutes. Wipe carefully with a soft cloth, rinse with plain water.

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Sink Grid and Bacteria

Having a sink grid in the bottom of your  nice shiny stainless steel sink  or any other type seems like a nice idea?  No one wants to damage or scratch the sink. The grid helps keep dishes and silverware off the bottom of the sink. It helps with rinsing around the dishes. Having a grid…

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Bamboo Cutting Board

Did you know… That most bamboo cutting boards are cheaper to purchase. The harder material aren’t good for knife use and that most manufacturers use melamine-formaldehyde resin to bind the cutting board together Who knew…..

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Pillow Case Flaps In or Out?

This has always been a debate, similar to the debate about toilet paper over or under. By the way, that is a bug I killed that came out of a pillow case flap. I was starting a new client and she wanted me to check on how the bed was made for her cleaners that…

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How to Prevent Dust Build Up on a Ceiling Fan

Fact Friday Did you know… A ceiling fan with 36- inch blades uses approximately 55 watts of energy. A fan with 48-inch blades uses approximately 75 watts of energy. A fan with 52-inch blades uses approximately 90 watts of energy. The efficiency of any fan is reduced when you add dust on top of the…

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Cotton Swab Cleaning Hacks – Wacky Wednesday

Did you know…. Cotton Swabs shouldn’t be used for cleaning the ear canals. Here are some great ideas for them. Clean around a toilet seat bracket that need tools to remove the seat. Clean the but end of a hair dryer. Clean a microwave grill. Clean a computer keyboard. Lubricate gears on a spill mop…

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Can Dust Mites Survive in the Washing Machine?

We do a lot of washing of rags for our company, Sea Green Natural Cleaning. Today’s blog made me think about the removal of dust mites. I always thought that regular washing, of bed linens and clothes removed dust mites. Much to my surprise washing  clothes and bed linens in laundry detergent only kills 60…

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