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  • Diane M. 4 months ago
    I can't break my husband of the paper towel habit, but I did convert him to paper products made from recycled paper. It's a start . . .
  • Audrey N. 4 months ago
    I like the Mirror clothes that you just add water to, to clean the the mirrors. They really pick up dust well. They work great for cars too.
  • Mary L. 4 months ago
    This is just a comment on the vinegar and water cleaner. I used it on my mirrors and they don't seem to collect the dust like after using a commercial cleaner.
    • Laurel L. 4 months ago
      I noticed this too! A company I worked for had Windex on the supply order list, but my boss and I always made a water/vinegar spray bottle instead. We found that with the Windex, you couldn't even tell things were cleaned the very next day. With the vinegar/water, we got at least 3 days before needing to re-clean (and this was in a dusty, heavy traffic, open air shopping mall!)
  • Rhonda O. 1 year ago
    I am going to try the orange peel/clove simmering. Thank you.
  • Carol W. 1 year ago
    Try to avoid microfibers - when they are washed, minute particles slough off and find their way to our waterways where they can have a detrimental effect on marine animals. Old cotton t-shirts, crew socks, PJs are a good alternative.
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