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Spring Cleaning, the Non-Toxic Way

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  • The typical American home contains about three to 10 gallons of toxic materials in the form of household cleaning products. Even "green" alternatives can contain harmful ingredients
  • Ingredients in common household cleaners and detergents that can create a toxic indoor environment include glycol ethers, phosphates, volatile organic compounds, phthalates, and more
  • Common household items such as white vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, coconut oil, and vodka can usually cut through dirt and sanitize just as well as their toxic counterparts
  • Coconut oil is a household staple that can replace countless commercial products. It’s particularly useful for cleaning, sanitizing, and conditioning wood, leather, and metal items
  • DIY recipes are included for kitchen, bath, laundry, and multi-purpose use

By Dr. Mercola

Spring is right around the corner, and as the weather warms up, it's the perfect time for the age old ritual of spring cleaning your home. The featured video also gives several pointers for "dusting off" your health and fitness routines, to demarcate a fresh start.

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