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Why care about a toxin-free Home?

Living around toxins is one of the most epidemic issues of our modern day.  You are probably here because you know your home has toxic mold, but did you know that your home also contains over 150 other "life threatening" toxins besides just toxic mold? 

When your immune system is incredibly-compromised by a biotoxin like toxic mold it can open up susceptibility to letting all other toxins cross the blood-brain barrier as well.  To speed up healing and prevent you or your loved ones from possibly exposing your immune system and endocrine system to more assault that could cause other diseases it's best to rid your home of the toxic products and possessions that can wreak havoc on your body.

Here is a list of bad things most people have in their home preventing them from getting well
and also a collection of products that are non-toxic that I personally use for my new "Non-Toxic Home".

 

Get Rid Of

 

Toxic Laundry Detergents
Toxic Fabric Softeners
Toxic Window Cleaners
Toxic Toilet Cleaners
Toxic Bath & Shower Cleaners
Toxic Air Fresheners
Toxic Dish Soap & Dishwasher
Toxic Oven Cleaners
Toxic Floor Cleaners
Toxic All purpose sprays
Toxic Cleaning Supplies
Toxic Candles
 

Get Rid Of

 

Toxic Cookware
Toxic Bakeware
Toxic Kitchen utensils
Toxic Kitchen gadgets
Toxic Food Storage
Toxic Plasticware
Toxic Dinnerware
Toxic Flatware
Toxic Drinkware
Toxic Plastic Trash Cans
 

Get Rid Of

 

Toxic Counter Tops
Reclaimed Wood Decor
Decor with Formaldehyde
Toxic Paint
Formaldehyde flooring
Plastic Flooring
Plastic Clocks
Toxic Vinyl Shower Curtains
Toxic Window Coverings

 

Get Rid Of

 

Mold-Prone Washers
Toxic Microwaves
High EMF Phone Systems
EMF f/ computers
Cell Phone Radiation
 

Replace With

 

Laundry Detergent

GrabGreen 3in1

Laundry Detergent

Fabric Softeners


Woolzies Dryer Balls
100% non toxic and eco friendly

Window Cleaners

GrabGreen
Glass Cleaner

(Replace store bought glass cleaners that have toxic chemicals like Windex etc.)

 

Replace With

 

Bakeware



Stainless Steel Baking Pans
(Get rid of toxic aluminum and non-stick baking pans)
 

Trash Cans



30 Gallon Stainless Steel Garbage Can
(Replace toxic plastic cans with stainless options that have way less VOC and toxic chemicals)

Replace With

 

Replace With

 

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