Five Quick Facts about Cleaning with Rubbing Alcohol


Rubbing Alcohol – Like hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol (technical name Isopropyl alcohol) is another cheap household item you may have stored away in your medicine cabinet and only take out to clean the occasional cut or blemish. And also like hydrogen peroxide, it started being produced on a regular basis in the 1920s. But just … Read more

Five Quick Facts about Cleaning with Lemon


Lemon – What’s cleaner smelling than the bright, citrusy aroma of fresh-cut lemons? Nothing really or at least nothing else that is as cheap and natural as lemon is. It’s also one of the most popular citrus fruits, and most people have a lemon or lemon juice in their home (or even a lemon tree … Read more

Five Quick Facts about Cleaning with Baking Soda


Baking soda – This cheap everyday household product is amazing in many ways. Whether it’s baking inside the blueberry muffins in your oven or you are using it to clean your oven, baking soda can do wonders for your kitchen. You can even brush your teeth and wash your face with it. And as you … Read more

Five Quick Facts about Cleaning with Vinegar.


Vinegar – This cheap but common and versatile liquid can be found in your kitchen and used for many things including cleaning. For decades if not centuries vinegar has been used to clean houses and household items. Five Quick Facts about Cleaning with Vinegar. Bonus Fact: The word “vinegar” originates from the French word “vinaigre” … Read more

Top 5 Poison Exposures in Your Home and How to Help Prevent Them

If you’re a homeowner or rent a home, you should be aware that there are dangerous things in your home. And if you have little ones, there are even more dangerous things you should be mindful of in your home. One of these dangerous things in your home are substances that can be poisonous if exposed to your … Read more