Sharing! Real Finds: Clean Lifestyle
Nuke the Sponge: We all know that sponges can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect yours every night by squeezing it out and microwaving it on high for a minute. When it’s shredded and smelly, replace it. A dirty rag contaminates any surface it touches, so if you eat off one of those surfaces, you can fall ill.
Clean Indoor Air
Want to purify your indoor air…try the natural way. Get a plant or two. They not only add color and design to any space, but also work to improve the air quality and even your mood. It is said that a single Boston fern can absorb 1,863 micrograms of formaldehyde per hour. They are easy to maintain and are very resilient.
Clean Produce Naturally
Everyone wants clean produce, but cleaning methods vary. Baking soda is a natural element, inexpensive, and easy to find. Baking soda is a biopesticide, which inhibits the growth of certain bacteria, fungi and viruses. This good-ole-fashioned home remedy can be used for most fruits and vegetables. For example: when baking soda is applied to a damp apple, your fingers can then do the work to remove waxy buildup, germs and other not-so-tasty substances.