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Top moneysaving tips for a healthy home environment
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As the cleaning guru for The Guardian’s Weekend Magazine Space Solves column from 2005 to 2011, Stephanie Zia has helped hundreds of readers solve their impossible stains and cleaning catastrophes. This book gathers together 100+ of the best of her columns.
• Cleaning without chemicals – the housework hater’s healthy, quick cleaning guide.
• Non-toxic stain removal – the knowledge. Learn the quick, easy way to identify and treat stains instantly without the need of a chart.
• How to avoid the nasty chemicals lurking in everyday household products with links to online experts for further study.
• What about the vinegar? The best uses for vinegar, baking powder, lemon juice etc – what works and what doesn’t.
And much, much more.
Done & Dusted is not anti-non-organic or anti-chemical – everything is made of chemicals – but about balance. How to avoid the possible nasties and make informed, affordable compromises. You’ll find plenty of top tips for using everyday non-toxic products you have around the home for cleaning and stain removal, but also the occasional recommendation for chlorine bleach, oxalic acid and ammonia.
“I admit to being the worst house-cleaner of anybody who has ever lived. I hate housework. But not any more! Done & Dusted has CHANGED MY LIFE! BRILLIANT book. It should be required reading for every housewife/househusband.” See Full Review here
“I leapt at the chance to review this book as I am already keen on cleaning without harsh chemicals and am in the process of turning part our garden into a space to grow veg etc. I found the book a little hardgoing to read although this may have in part been due to the e-book format. It is certainly jam packed full of startling facts about how much damage we are potentially doing to the environment simply via our choice of cleaning products. The book covers cleaning without chemicals, natural stain removal and lots more. The e-book format had its advantages in that you can click through to lots of useful websites to find out more about areas of organic housekeeping. I particularly loved flylady.net which aims to help with housekeeping routines and de-cluttering. All in all this e-book is a good starting point for anyone wanting to approach housework in a more organic way.” MummyBiz5 on The School Runwebsite