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What’s that ingredient?

According to ACI’s most recent National Cleaning Survey, half of us have researched a cleaning product ingredient at one time or another. If you ever wanted to know more about ingredients beyond what’s on the label, there is an app for that (and website), called SmartLabel. SmartLabel, an initiative by...

Keeping Your Kitty Cat’s Home Safe and Clean

June is adopt a shelter cat month! If you bring a precious kitty home (or already have a favorite feline friend)`, here are a few steps to cat-proof your space so you can enjoy years of happiness together. Beware of Poisonous Plants You may want to put houseplants where your...

Stay Healthy and Engaged in the World around You

Are you and your family washing hands the proper way? Click here to learn how. Middle school students from Litchfield Middle School in Litchfield, Minnesota are spreading their expert knowledge on handwashing and hygiene to their community. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students at Litchfield Middle School...

How-to Spot Clean the Bathroom

Let’s face it. No one LOVES to clean the bathroom, especially when it gets a little out of hand. Our suggestion? Do a little bit of spot-cleaning every day. The ideal time is when you’re in it. Keep a few products close by (and closed properly and secured from young...

Quick and Easy Ways to Love Your Laundry Room

Just because your laundry room is where you wash dirty clothes, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a pretty place to be in, as well as functional and safe for youngsters. Here are some simple things you can do to spruce up where you fold and stack. Put away (or...

Think Safety During Poison Prevention Week

If you’re spring cleaning like 75% of your neighbors, it’s a good time to keep an eye out for safety. In recognition of Poison Prevention Week, be sure look for things that should not be within reach of children and adults with Alzheimer’s or dementia. including cleaning products and other...

Tackling Indoor Allergens

The list of common indoor allergens isn’t pretty, ranging from dust mite excretion to pollen, pet dander, and dead skin, and in extreme cases, cockroaches, mold spores and mildew. Cleaning your home is one of the easiest things you can do to help reduce allergy or asthma flare ups (and...