Parisleaf’s Guide to Spring Greening
It’s that time of year again. Spring break is over and we’re all stuck in long haul leading up to summer. In the meantime many of us will partake in a little spring cleaning. Here at Parisleaf, we like to call it Spring Greening. There are many products available to help get you home or small business looking brand new, but if you choose to work with eco-friendly cleaning products, the planet will breathe a sigh of relief.
If you’re looking for a top-of-the–line cleaner you may have to look no further than your pantry. Instead of opting for pricey, chemical-based solutions, make your own! A simple mixture of distilled white vinegar and water is powerful enough to rid you residence of even the toughest mess. In search of a shower cleaner? Reach for the baking soda. It’s simple and inexpensive – and it works! If you’re not up for making your own cleaning products, there are a host of organic cleaning solutions available to help make your home more eco-conscious. Take a look at Seventh Generation’s product line.
Want some more helpful tips? Instead of cleaning and drying your threads with energy-draining washers and dryers, wash and hang clothes outside. You’ll lower your energy bill and leave you clothes smelling like Mother Nature in no time!
If your new years gym resolution has paid off, you’ll probably have a lot of baggy clothes in need of a new owner. Instead of tossing all your pre-owned clothes in the trash, donate all your gear to a local thrift shop or donation center. With less waste going to the landfill and your clothes getting a new home, your Spring Greening will be on the road to success.
So go green when you clean! Take some of the tips you’ve learned here and make a conscious effort to clean your home with the earth in mind. How’s that for some awesome Spring Greening?