Collections of our most popular products.  Everything you need to replace almost all of the store-bought cleaners in your home. These do-it-yourself green-cleaning kits will save you money as you make your own planet-preserving cleaners. Start with a duo of durable glass spray bottles (made in the USA), or grab enough reusable recipe containers to replace all your household conventional cleaners at once!

Green Wedding Gifts

Green Wedding Gifts

Green Wedding Gift Alternatives With the summer wedding season just around the corner, this is the time to think about gifts for important couples in our lives. The classic registry is a good place to start, but what more non-traditional options? If you’re shopping...

How To Remove Mold

How To Remove Mold

Once you’ve got mold and mildew under control, what’s the best way to prevent a repeat appearance? A few simple steps can keep mold from forming in the first place.

The Magic of Mint

The Magic of Mint

The Magic of Mint – Mint is a beautiful, powerful, hard working plant with wonderful properties. Beyond just adding a fragrance or flavor, Mint adds deodorizing properties and much more.

Simplify your life, eat healthier, join a CSA

Simplify your life, eat healthier, join a CSA

CSAs or Community Supported Agriculture shares are a great way to get fresh, healthy, affordable produce weekly from a local farm. CSAs help support farmers and the community. Food from CSAs are fresher and grown more sustainably than most super market produce, and helps support local agriculture.

DIY Granite Counter Top Cleaner

DIY Granite Counter Top Cleaner

How do you clean granite countertops?   This is a question we get a lot, and to be honest, one that we’ve avoided for some time.  See, we have simple butcherblock in our home, and using vinegar water, and maybe some baking soda we can clean up pretty much any...

Clean up oil based paint with Olive Oil!

Clean up oil based paint with Olive Oil!

Grease, oil, lacquer, non-water based anything can be a real pain to get off your hands.  Ideally, you’d wear gloves, but sometimes they don’t make sense for quick jobs like fixing a bike chain or touching up some paint.  So what are our options for cleaning up?...

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