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How to Enjoy a Tasty, and Clean, Memorial Day
Memorial Day is the start of the bbq season. Learn how to make great barbeque sauce, and how to employ green cleaning to get things spotless afterwards.
Do You Have Dirty Laundry Like Liberace?
Liberace was a colorful character, and he was almost killed by toxic fumes in his costumes. Avoid the same fate by cleaning your laundry naturally, and avoid toxic dry cleaning.
Let Your Appreciation for Your Mom Continue
Give your mom the gift of green cleaning for Mother's Day, and show your appreciation long into the year.
Discover the Versatility and Green Cleaning Power of Vinegar
Vinegar has been used for centuries for a wide range of uses, and it can still be used today, especially for natural green cleaning.
How to Care For, and Repair, Any Zipper
Zippers are handy and stylish, and Zipper Day commemorates their invention. Learn to easily care for your zippers with cleaning and waxing, and get them unstuck with vinegar.
Adopt Green Cleaning for Earth Day Pages: 2
Earth Day is time to remember to take care for the Earth, as well as our health. Green cleaning is an easy, money-saving way to live better.
Keep Those Stovetops Shiny and Clean
In honor of Thomas Jefferson's birthday, learn how to keep your stovetops spotless with green cleaning. The founding father brought indoor stoves to America, after all.
Relax, It's "No Housework Day"
In honor of No Housework Day, April 7th, take a load off. Enjoy a soothing bath or other way to relax.
Need to, um, Launder Your Money?
Money can be really dirty stuff, in more ways than one. Maybe it's time to get it laundered..
How to Remove Grass Stains Naturally
Easter marks the start of spring for many, and the start of grass season. Don't fear grass stains, however. Removing them is easy with natural green cleaning techniques.
Green Cleaning Protects Our Precious Water
World Water Day is a time to remember how important this precious resource is for all life. Note that green cleaning with natural materials like baking soda and lemon juice helps protect our water supply.
How to Clean Musty Smelling Books
Old books can be treasures, but they get moldy easily. Green cleaning for musty smelling books is very easy.
Natural Green Cleaning for Wood Flooring
Wood flooring is beautiful, durable and functional. You don't want to clean it with oil-based products, so check out these easy natural green cleaning tips.
Leap Day is for (Unconventional) Lovers
Leap Day is for unconventional lovers, if history is any judge, from Medieval Ireland to the modern Sadie Hawkins Dance, which is inspired by a popular comic strip.
How to Remove Cherry Stains
If you have cherry stains, don't despair, you can get them off your hands with lemon. It's a natural green cleaning tip for George Washington's Birthday and Presidents' Day.
How to Remove Red Lipstick Stains
Red lipstick can be a difficult stain to remove, but try these natural techniques. Also remember Valentines Day and Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
Clean Monday Inspires a Start on Spring Cleaning
Clean Monday, the Christian orthodox holiday associated with Easter and Lent, inspires a sense of cleaning. It's a good time to get started on spring cleaning. Natural green cleaning for the house and home.
Salt Stains and Positive Change on Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day is a time to reflect and make positive changes in our lives. It is also a time when people stand in the snow, and get salt stains from deicing salt. Use green cleaning to get rid of the salt stains.
Cleansing the Fabric of Our Nation
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spent his live fighting for justice and civil rights, so on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we should remember to be inspired. He cleansed the fabric of our nation.
Remember to Say Thank You
Remember to say thank you on international thank you day.
Do You Sweat Like Elvis?
It's Elivs' birthday, and it's time to remember that the King sweat a lot. If you have your own sweat stains, you can learn to remove them naturally, with green cleaning. Try baking soda, water and salt.
Green Clean That Carpet After New Year's Parties
New Year's Eve parties are a blast, but after too much celebrations and alcohol, people may throw up on your carpet. With natural green cleaning, throw on some baking soda and clean it up.
Live Clean for Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa is a time for reflection on community, family and clean living, and is part of a tradition fall and winter holidays. Start with green cleaning and green cleaning products to live a healthier life that's gentler on the environment.
Some Stains Are Better Left Alone
Some stains can be very hard to remove, but they can also serve as good memories. Christmas and holidays especially are times for memories.
Remembering Human Rights Day
Remember human rights and social justice for this international human rights day.
Happy Hanukkah. Now Clean Up That Candle Wax Pages: 2
After celebrating Hanukkah (Chanukah), the Festival of Lights, you may have drippings of candle wax around the house. Here's how to clean house, and remove that wax.
World AIDS Day Inspires Natural Cleaning Pages: 2
During World AIDS Day on December 1, it's time to remember those lost from the fatal disease. It's also a good idea to think about keeping nontoxic, safe, healthy homes. Start with natural cleaners.
Celebrate Thanksgiving on a Spotless Table Pages: 2
Here are some easy green cleaning tips for dishes, linens and silver, so you can serve Thanksgiving meal on a spotless table. Instead of toxic commercial cleaning products, use baking soda, borax and so on.
Green Cleaning for Dirty Windows
Save money and have better, less toxic indoor air quality by using vinegar to clean your windows instead of conventional products. Start Daylight Savings off right.
Peace on Veterans Day
On Veterans Day, think peace, and take a moment to remember those who made sacrifices.
How to Remove Three Nightmare Stains
Got a red wine, blood or ink stain? Learn to remove stains easily with salt, water and some elbow grease.