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Why You Should Avoid Toxic Dryer Sheets

Why You Should Avoid Toxic Dryer Sheets

Your dryer sheets can leave a residue on your clothes, towels or sheets and create a perfume cloud where your dryer vents outside. Some people love the scent, but unfortunately, dryer sheets can contain harmful chemicals that adhere to clothes, vent into the air, and rub off on your skin.

These chemicals can cause health problems because they can mimic estrogen and trigger asthma. The good news is you can avoid unhealthy dryer sheets by switching to healthy options.

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Why Most Laundry Detergents are Scarier than Freddy Krueger

Why Most Laundry Detergents are Scarier than Freddy Krueger

Clean and fresh smelling laundry is important because you want to smell and look good. And, you don’t want to spend a lot of time and effort on laundry. So, you probably just pick up whatever laundry detergents on sale

 

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The Scary Truth About Bleach and Your Good Health

The Scary Truth About Bleach and Your Good Health

Author: Michelle C. Smith Hello,  my name is Michelle C. Smith, and I was addicted to bleach. I used it in my laundry, and I used it on every one of my hard surfaces. I was convinced it kept my family …

 

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Six Ways to Clean Your Laundry, Naturally

Six Ways to Clean Your Laundry, Naturally

Did you know that simply by doing laundry, you are polluting your indoor air? Because of poor laundry room ventilation and harmful ingredients in your laundry products, that clean laundry smell comes at a price. What’s Lurking In Your Laundry …

 

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Dry Cleaning Chemicals: Why It’s Time to Rethink Dry Cleaning

Dry Cleaning Chemicals: Why It’s Time to Rethink Dry Cleaning

You probably know that most dry cleaners use Perchlorethylene (PERC). But did you know that PERC is a suspected carcinogen and neurotoxin? It’s true. Most dry cleaners use dry cleaning chemicals that are toxic. PERC is a probable human carcinogen.

 

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