Fall Green Cleaning
This morning I spoke on Martha Steward living radio program about greening your fall cleaning. Since I'm way behind in my blog posts due to a hectic summer and early fall, I'm going to start by posting tips for fall green cleaning. Let's start fall cleanup by airing out your home to rid it of toxins that build up inside the home.
Open the back door or one window if you live in an apartment. Aim a fan so the breeze blows out the door or window. Open windows on the opposite side of your home. The fan pulls fresh air through the open windows and circulates it through the home to move stale musty air out either the door or window.
Air fresheners should be removed and disposed of properly. They work by numbing your sinuses, which leads to sinus congestion, headaches and polyps. If you like a light scent in your home, place a cinnamon stick in a plant, many of which help remove toxins from the air. Pick up a copy of my book, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Green Cleaning for more ideas to improve indoor air quality.
This article may be used by giving credit to Mary Findley and her website goclean.com. Copyright @2011
Mary Findley is a veteran cleaning expert and Founder of Mary Moppins. Mary built the company on the idea that she could create a way to make green cleaning easier, which inspired her to co-author "The Complete Idiots Guide to Green Cleaning" available on Amazon. The Mary Moppins line of specially designed cleaning tools are eco-friendly, yet industrial strength to give you the cleaning power you need to clean quickly and thoroughly.