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Not All Glass Is Recyclable

When it comes to items to recycle, paper, plastic, aluminum and glass come to mind. However not all glass is recyclable! A surprise to most that a broken drink glass or wine bottle would disqualify it from the recycling bin, but broken glass is not accepted for curbside recycling . While safety is...
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Make Your Own Carpet Deodorizer

We're find out more benefits of cleaning with baking soda every day. From laundry to dishes, this do-it-all powder can also be a good way to get bad smells out of your carpet and furniture. While fragranced baking soda products at the grocery store can freshen up your carpets, they use artificial...
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What Happens To Your Body After Swallowing A Laundry Pod

As kids we did silly things but unlike our childhood, today's kids have the Internet to spread silly ideas. Such as the Tide Pod Challenge where people are putting laundry detergent pods into their mouth and biting or swallowing them. While it can be a no-brainer this "challenge" is beyond...
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How To Remove Pesticides from Fruits And Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables look absolutely delicious in the produce aisle but hidden are the pesticides used while they were being grown. While fruits and vegetables are washed before going on display, it is usually in a bleach solution to remove dirt and kill any harmful microbes but it doesn't remove...
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Chemical Free Way To Clean Your Couch And Chairs

You clean your dishes, carpets and bedding on a regular basis but when was the last time you cleaned your couch or upholstered chair? The good news is it's fairly simple to clean upholstered furniture without chemicals, renting a Rug Doctor or calling in professionals. First identify what you can...
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