Scrub Your Bathtub Stains Away

If you find you need more than elbow grease to scrub your bathtub stains away, create a paste using equal parts of baking soda, cream of tartar and a little bit of lemon juice. Spread a layer of the paste on the stained area, let sit for 30 minutes, then rinse clean. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by how well this simple recipe works.

 
 

The History of Spring Cleaning and Why It’s So Important

Spring is in the air, the weather is beautiful, the sun is shining and . . . . revealing all of the dust and dirt that our winter housecleaning didn’t quite clear away – Darn! While cleaning house isn’t everybody’s idea of a good time, there’s something about spring cleaning that makes us feel renewed and happy. This “feel good” feeling dates back centuries with several cultural traditions thought to be the originators including the following.
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How to Clean Your Natural Stone Countertops

First and foremost; never apply scouring powder (scouring creams are just as damaging), or any cleaning product containing abrasive or chemical laden ingredients for that matter. Even popular cleaning ingredients like lemon and vinegar contain acids that can cause a lot of damage to the surface of your countertops. Instead, use a good, non-toxic, non-abrasive product like Pure Care’s household cleaners which come with the added bonus of leaving any room you use it in smelling great.

 
 

Where Do Toxic Chemicals in Our Bodies Come From?

We’re surrounded by toxic chemicals everyday; they’re in the food we consume, the products we use and in the air we breathe. These toxic chemicals come from a variety of sources in the industrial (producing paper and steel, burning coal, manufacturing chemicals, generating electricity, etc.) and agricultural (herbicides, insecticides, etc.) sectors. What most people fail to realize is that they’re also being exposed to harmful chemicals in their homes through the products they commonly use, including cleaning products, air fresheners, shampoos, perfumes, frying pans, appliances, food and even the furniture.
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