- Tapa blanda: 320 páginas
- Editor: POCKET BOOKS; Edición: Original (1 de abril de 1997)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0671535951
- ISBN-13: 978-0671535957
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº222.614 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Clean House Clean Planet: Clean Your House for Pennies a Day, the Safe, Nontoxic Way (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 abr 1997
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How many times have you said you're killing yourself trying to keep your house clean? You might have been joking, but you're closer to the truth than you think if you're using expensive commercial cleansers. Karen Logan, an environmentalist with years of experience developing and selling her own line of eco-friendly cleaning products, reveals the secret of using simple, ordinary ingredients life baking soda, vinegar, soap, lemon juice, and salt to make safe, inexpensive cleaners.
How many times have you said you're killing yourself trying to keep your house clean? You might have been joking, but you're closer to the truth than you think if you're using expensive commercial cleansers. Karen Logan, an environmentalist with years of experience developing and selling her own line of eco-friendly cleaning products, reveals the secret of using simple, ordinary ingredients life baking soda, vinegar, soap, lemon juice, and salt to make safe, inexpensive cleaners.Ver Descripción del producto
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This is a terrible shame because the more I read about her company the more I really wanted to buy the recipe cards that she used to sell more than I wanted the book, Clean House Clean Planet.
Someone on another site said that there was a not on the website for awhile saying that she had temporarily shut down her business due to the demands of motherhood. But now the website is for sale and no one seems to know what happened to her.
What a great shame as more and more people are looking for great non-toxic products!
It would be great if Karen Logan started her company up again.
The book was fun and interesting to read. It's amazing that commercial cleansers don't have to list all of their ingredients. I also appreciated the author's honesty--pointing out things that are suspected and not proven, and even rating how well her cleaners work when compared to those you buy at the store. I agree with other reviewers that the recipes could have been laid out differently and can be hard to go back and find.
The recipes are very easy to put together and use ingredients that are easy to find. They also work!! Who knew that vinegar and water in a spray bottle would make cleaning the bathroom floors a million times easier and more pleasant. Or that baking soda would make my sinks sparkle. I've truly enjoyed reading the book and using the author's recipes.
Update (1/28/07): It's been nearly two years since I wrote my original review and I wanted to add that I'm still using the recipies, and love them more than ever!
I put smiley faces on the bottles that are extra safe (club soda for cleaning glass, soap and water for cleaning kitchen surfaces) and they know which products they can use to help with.
I've found a lot of her ideas to be effective and appreciate her using realistic 'ratings' of her own recipes to give you an idea of how effective the solutions are really going to be. She does rate some of her own recipes fairly low and admits they aren't as good as some other ideas. That gives her more credibility all the way around in my book.
If you're interested in eliminating or cutting down (that's all we could manage) on the toxic chemicals in your house, this is a great place to start. She explains from the beginning why you should be worried, the specific problems with some of the toxic chemicals, the surprising places you'd find them and how everday items like vinegar and baking soda work to be almost as effective.
I think its worth a try for everyone.