Green Clean Your Home with These Non-Toxic Tips

February 8, 2012 at 10:18 pm Leave a comment


Today at MommaJam, we interviewed Linda Mason Hunter, co-author of “Green Clean,” a step-by-step guide to cleaning your home with non-toxic, eco-friendly products.

This gorgeously-styled books comes with tips for cleaning every room in the house, recipes for easy, inexpensive green cleaning concoctions, safe ways to recycle, and much more.

If you’re ready to “go green,” but are unsure about how to get started or what to do with products under the kitchen sink, listen to this podcast interview with Linda.  She gives great advise on how to dispose of traditional, possibly toxic cleaning products.

Linda also suggest three basic ingredients to make your home sparkle:  baking soda, distilled white vinegar and vegetable-based soap, such as Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap – Lavender, which you can find for about $17 at  Linda also talks about the pros and cons of Borax, an old-fashioned, yet now controversial green cleaning product.

Click arrow above to hear the Green Clean interview.

For more information and to buy the book online, go to  Also check out

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