It doesn't seem like it was too long ago that the only known names in the natural-cleaning biz were Seventh Generation and Planet. Now a host of companies promise sparkle without the side effects. Whether you go for the experience of Ecover (making ecological cleaners in Belgium since 1980), the ultra-concentrated formulas of Biokleen, the sleek designs of Method, or the aromatherapeutic options from Mrs. Meyer's, your spring cleaning won't leave a mark on the Earth. Do-it-yourselfers can even get a helping hand from Eco-Me's mix-your-own-cleaning-product kits. The only danger? All the enticing options might keep you shopping instead of scrubbing.
April 12, 2007
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