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Natural Cleaning Agents

Your pantry holds many natural cleaning supplies that serve the same purposes as commercial cleaners without the harsh chemicals. Using natural cleaning materials from your own kitchen also saves you money over expensive, chemical-filled cleaners. Natural cleaning agents also make it safer for kids to help out with cleaning chores. Experiment with different natural cleaning agents and solutions to find the option that works best for you.

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Natural Home Cleaning Products

Commercially made household cleaners work wonders on grease and grime in your home, but they can also wreak havoc on your health, triggering such ailments as allergies and asthma. In addition, according to Women’s Voices for the Earth, many chemicals found in household cleaning agents today can cause reproductive harm, from decreased fertility to miscarriages. Not only are these products generally costly to your health, they are costly on your pocket book, too. Turn to natural ingredients in your home to clean your house effectively, save money and help protect your family’s health.

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Homemade Green Cleaning Products

You put child-safety devices and even locks on your cabinets to keep your kids out, but then you bring those cleaning chemicals out and spray, wipe and pour them around your house. Instead of worrying about these toxic ingredients entering your home, make your own cleaning products and rest assured that your family is safe and healthy.

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Safety Tips for Children in the Kitchen

Cooking with your kids can be a fun educational activity, but it requires constant vigilance. Younger children don’t yet know the dangers of the kitchen, while older kids can forget. The hazards lurking in your kitchen might surprise you—not just the risk of fire and poisoning and sharp objects, but some unexpected hazards, too. Safety consists of making sure your kitchen is kid-friendly, adopting safe cooking and preparation habits and closely monitoring your children’s behavior in the kitchen.

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10 Lifesaving Car Seat Safety Tips

The following is a guest post by Mitch Jawitz Rear-facing? Forward-facing? Middle seat? Installed at the right angle? These are all questions parents ask when it comes to child car seat safety. While we can’t keep accidents from happening, being better prepared can help prevent unnecessary injury to children. The following car seat safety tips can help you keep your kids safe on the road: 1. Children should be rear-facing until they reach the maximum height and/or weight listed for their given car seat model, usually about the age of two.