Natural Home

Piping Polyethylene

Just the thought of a hot cup of coffee “brewed” through heated plastic is revolting. https://www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/keurig-tells-people-recycle-their-coffee-pods-city-says-dont.html

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Easter Thyme

To all those cel beating today, we wish you a joyous, fragrance-frEaster!

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Baking Soda Solutions

When we got up at 4am and mixed a bit of baking soda with water to apply to a stress-induced rash, we were so grateful for this simple, natural, do-it-all…

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Slab Stink

We’ve posted in the past about avoiding triethanolamine (TEA), a chemical used in fragrance, grooming products, and cosmetics for emulsification. And last week we were sickened to find that it’s…

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To The Moon And Back

We’ll be using either the colander, slotted spoon, or tree leaves technique. More ways to safely view the eclipse with stuff you have around your home. No plastic glasses needed.…

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Forget Fabric Softeners

Via Healthy Child Healthy World, “There are more than 3,000 fragrance ingredients in common household products – and scarcely any way to know what they are. Your fabric softener may…

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Debbie’s Dresser Drawers

Debbie asked if we knew how to get laundry product stench out of dresser drawers. Here’s a list of things we’ve used for similar issues. Some work better than others,…

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Green Mutt-sheen

After mowing was done, Our li’l boy jumped the gun On St. Paddy’s Day fun But Woof Wild dog soap won.

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Old Chair New Life

So this weekend we bought some old Adirondack chairs off Craigslist. The seller advised using a bleach solution to clean them. Nope. Just Texas Hill Country rainwater, a scrub brush,…

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