Green Cleaning For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 3, 2008 - House & Home - 288 pages
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An authoritative guide to reducing household exposure to hazardous chemicals

Thousands of household products contain toxic ingredients. Today, more and more people are seeking more natural cleaning methods to reduce their exposure to harsh chemicals. From the kitchen and bath to the living room and laundry, Green Cleaning For Dummies provides readers with green solutions to every common cleaning chore. Focusing on organic, nontoxic, sustainable alternatives to conventional cleaning products, it's packed with suggestions and tips for effective cleaning, and even offers green solutions for sprucing up patios, garages, vehicles, and the exterior of a house.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part I A Greener Healthier Way to Clean
7
Part II Getting to Work
41
Part III Cleaning Green Room by Room
101
Part IV The Part of Tens
235
Index
263
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Elizabeth B. Goldsmith, PhD, is a professor and Fulbright Scholar with expertise in work and family, consumer economics, and healthy indoor environments.

Betsy Sheldon is a lifestyles author and editor with a passion for sustainability issues.

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