Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-Toxic Cleaning

Jeffrey Hollender Geoff Davis Meika Hollender

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Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-Toxic Cleaning

Naturally Clean The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe Healthy Non Toxic Cleaning Compelling evidence links the chemicals in household products to cancer asthma allergies multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome also known as environmental illness hormonal disruption reproductive

  • Title: Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-Toxic Cleaning
  • Author: Jeffrey Hollender Geoff Davis Meika Hollender
  • ISBN: 9780865715486
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Compelling evidence links the chemicals in household products to cancer, asthma, allergies, multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome also known as environmental illness hormonal disruption, reproductive and developmental disorders, and other conditions Yet cleaning products are exempt from the full ingredient disclosure on product labels as required for food and personal caCompelling evidence links the chemicals in household products to cancer, asthma, allergies, multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome also known as environmental illness hormonal disruption, reproductive and developmental disorders, and other conditions Yet cleaning products are exempt from the full ingredient disclosure on product labels as required for food and personal care products and enter the marketplace with little or no testing for potential health risks.Naturally Clean explains the dangers of traditional cleaners and provides illuminating statistics that illustrate how the chemicals found in almost every home are known or likely to cause a host of serious health problems The book s easy to understand introduction discusses basic household chemistry, concepts of toxicity and types of toxic exposure, and the difference between natural, organic, and synthetic chemicals.A room by room guide provides tips for A healthier kitchen Keeping your bedrooms safe Mold, mildew, and soap scum spotless bathrooms Special precautions for cleaning children s roomsNaturally Clean also features a comprehensive product selection guide that analyzes over 300 natural and traditional cleaners everything from laundry products through oven cleaners, disinfectants, spot removers, carpet cleaners, and bathroom cleaners This handy, easy to use reference rates the household cleaning products found on the shelves of natural food and grocery stores, providing Seventh Generation s pick of your healthiest and safest options A resource guide tells readers where to find additional information, and an at a glance glossary helps understand key terms.Royalties from the sale of Naturally Clean will benefit the Children s Health Environmental Coalition checnet in their efforts to educate parents about environmental toxins that can affect children s health.Jeffrey Hollender is president of Seventh Generation, Inc the leading brand of natural household products, and author of the bestseller How To Make the World a Better Place He speaks on social and environmental responsibility worldwide.Geoff Davis is a freelance writer and editor of Seventh Generation s consumer newsletter Non Toxic Times.Meika Hollender is an author who specializes in personal care products.

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    One thought on “Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-Toxic Cleaning

    1. Angela on said:

      Rather than being called "The Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-Toxic Cleaning", this should have been called something like "How Everything You Breathe or Touch Is Totally Going to Make You Sick and Die Someday". I expected an introductory chapter or two on that topic, and then I expected the bulk of the book to give alternatives. But no, they went on and on about all the poisons we're living with, in our cleaning products, our personal care products, our furniture, our clothing, our food handli [...]

    2. Amanda on said:

      Reads a bit like a long pamphlet on the reasons why natural cleaning is healthier along with introductory instructions on natural cleaning. Although I was concerned it would read as a long ad for Seventh Generation products, it did not. In fact the basic cleaning advice utilizes everyday items that can be found in the grocery store, such as vinegar and hydrogen peroxide.Recommended for those completely new to the idea of green, natural cleaning.Check out my full review.

    3. Elisa on said:

      If you want a good book on eco-green-healthy cleaning, this is one to look at. It gives good recipes for cleaning, using baking soda or vinegar (but never together). Opened my eyes to the dangers of household cleaners (which I already had an idea ofat's why I read the book!), and really sort of freaked me out. You can go crazy with this stuff and end up sitting in a stainless steel house, naked, or you can change small things to make your house healthier. Your call on that.

    4. Terina on said:

      I probably didn't look closely enough at the description of the book. I expected ideas on how to clean my house with non-toxic, natural products; something to reference when I needed to, for example, clean the house drains. This book educates the reader on which cleaners and ingredients are toxic, why, and what the effects are. It's a good book, just not what I was looking for or expecting.

    5. Laurie on said:

      Scary book. Tells you exactly how unregulated all of our household cleaners are and what the sources of toxins are in your home.Tells you how to make your own cleaners from safer products which is pretty cool. I tried out one and it worked pretty well. I like that even though it was written by Seventh Generation people, it didn't just promote their products.

    6. Nathan on said:

      Gives background information on the use of chemicals in household cleaners and products. Will scare you straight. Of big consequence, points how much we, as people, just don't know about so much of what we use. Provides some alternatives at the end. A good reference book with lots of follow up sources to check out.

    7. Mags on said:

      It explains common toxic in daily household cleaning items, why you need to avoid. The author may be a chem major, yet he use simple daily common language.

    8. Rabbit Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines! on said:

      Review to come.

    9. Sunshine Moore on said:

      This one, I'll keep. There are enough good suggestions for tricky problems.

    10. Marie on said:

      Great explanations. Good product recipes. Discusses each issue in detail, offers historic and scientific background.

    11. Jennifer on said:

      Great. We only use no toxic in our home, when you read this you will never use bleach, lysol or those wipes again!

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