household cleaning products with a large do not use logo over them

We all can admit that we have too much stuff. Before Spring comes let’s start de cluttering with some obvious get rid of items.


Almost everyone in the world has a cupboard full of poisons under their kitchen sink. Wasp spray, oven cleaner, waxes and polishes—the place is full of chemicals that display the words poison, danger, warning, or caution. Small amounts of the poisons drift from, and leak out of bottles and spray bottles, which then waft around the kitchen. Household poisonings are one of the highest threats to the health of children.


These items contain chemicals that can explode or cause harmful gasses if they leak and mix with another substance. Let’s go ahead and get rid of the cleaning supplies under the kitchen sink and in the laundry room that we have not used in over 6 months and replace them with Eco Friendly cleaning solutions


Check in with your local recycycling center and see what they accept and how you can get it to them. You can also email Penny and we can get rid of those products for you.


The first thought for most is to pour the unused portion down the drain and throw the container in the recycle bin. NO, DON’T DO IT! You will be doing more harm than good in the process to our environment.


Choosing environmentally friendly cleaning products. You don’t have to buy expensive, fancy labeled cleaning supplies just because they say Eco Friendly. Seventh Generation and Mrs. Meyers have products that not only work but are cost effective.


Clean air renews and rejuvenates; it doesn’t pollute our lives or the environment.
No chemicals wafting into your household; safer environment for kids.