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For your own health and that of your family (pets included) and the environment, use nontoxic products whenever possible. It’s a quick and easy way to keep toxins out of your home, the air, and the water. Companies such as Seventh Generation offer a wide variety of eco-friendly products. Or you can make your own cleaners using common ingredients — white vinegar and baking soda, for instance.
many people don’t know that dry cleaners use a toxic and carcinogenic chemical called perchloroethylene on your clothes. but most garments labeled “dry clean only” can actually be safely hand-washed at home… also saving some green for your pocket.
get some ‘dry clean’ hand-washing tips at care2.com and ktcampbell.com
for clothes you just can’t wash at home, find a “wet cleaner”, or CO2 dry cleaner, in your area. there is a nationwide list at www.epa.gov