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The Best Luxe Green Cleaning Tips

When you are cleaning your home, you want all of your products to not only do the job well, but leave your home spotlessly beautiful. Elegant. Sparkling. Perfection. Plus, it's not too much to ask for you to choose environmentally…

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5 Natural Cleaners You Have Right in Your Pantry

Most cleaning products are full of chemicals and ingredients that leave harmful particles in the air and residue on our surfaces. We think we are making our homes “cleaner” and healthier for our families, when, in reality, we are leaving…

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5 Simple Steps to Green Your Luxury Home

There are many reasons to lower your carbon footprint at home, including creating a greener environment for your family and for the earth. You can also save money on energy bills and encourage a healthier lifestyle for everyone who lives…

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How to Clean Bamboo Flooring

Gorgeous, environmentally friendly and more water resistant than traditional woods, bamboo flooring is a popular choice for New York City's luxury apartments. To ensure it looks great for years, learn how to properly care for it. Bamboo is a sustainable resource…

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Are Eco-friendly Cleaning Supplies Effective?

You may not give much thought to the ingredients that are in the cleaning products that you use in your home. But, if you stop to think about what's in a container, you would probably stop using these products immediately.…

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How Can Green Living Improve an Office Environment?

Green living can extend far outside our homes. We can also implement eco-friendly practices within the workplace. Eliminating toxins and contaminants found in common cleaning supplies and installing HEPA filters in heating and cooling units can reduce our exposure to dangerous airborne pathogens…

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Cleaning a Ceramic Cooktop

One of the areas of your home that requires regular upkeep is the stove or cooktop. If you have a “standard” stove, this is pretty easy—you just wipe it down with a damp rag and can use a multipurpose cleaner…

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