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Date registered: June 21, 2010

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  1. Top Green Cleaning Ingredients — May 29, 2013
  2. 6 Unusual Things You Can Clean With Vinegar — May 24, 2013
  3. 5 Green Cleaning Tips — May 23, 2013
  4. 5 Tips for Cleaning With Lemons — May 23, 2013
  5. 5 Composting Tips — May 5, 2013

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May 29

Top Green Cleaning Ingredients

Tweet Baking Soda Can be used as a substitute for cleaning powders and combined with other ingredients has a multitude of uses. Baking soda is also known as bicarbonate of soda. It is cheap, non toxic and readily available at your local shop. White Vinegar Distilled white vinegar is one of the most useful home …

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May 24

6 Unusual Things You Can Clean With Vinegar

Tweet Distilled white vinegar is a great natural cleaner. It is non toxic, cheap and readily available. As a cleaner, vinegar is extremely versatile and can be used in the kitchen, the bathroom, even the garden. It can clean tiles, fabrics, metals and much more. Here are 6 things you can clean with vinegar which …

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May 23

5 Green Cleaning Tips

Tweet When it comes to cleaning your home most people opt for a cabinet full of chemicals. What most people don’t know is that a few simple natural ingredients can replace the lot saving you money, your health and reducing your environmental impact. Top Ingredients: Vinegar: Vinegar is a great natural cleaning agent. It is …

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May 23

5 Tips for Cleaning With Lemons

Tweet If you want a truly green cleaning solution try cleaning with lemons! Lemons have antiseptic and antibacterial properties and they smell great making them an ideal cleaning agent. They wont harm wood or fabrics either like some store bought cleaning agents. Here are 5 tips to get you started cleaning with lemons 1. Metal …

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May 05

5 Composting Tips

Tweet 1. Prevent slimy compost Slimy compost may be caused by too little air, too much water or the wrong mix of ingredients. Your compost heap should contain around a 50/50 mix of high nitrogen green materials and carbon rich browns. Too many greens can cause slimy compost. Turn the compost heap regularly to aerate …

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May 02

Mushroom Compost

Tweet Also known as mushroom soil, spent mushroom substrate or similar, mushroom compost is the spent growing medium from mushroom farming. Often available cheaply, mushroom compost can be used as soil conditioner or mulch. Mushroom compost contains straw or manure, Nitrogen additives such as dried blood and chalk is added. It is high in organic matter and many nutrients …

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Apr 30

Peat Harvesting For Compost

Tweet Peat has been used in compost for 40-50 years. Its properties make it an ideal growing medium for all types of plants. However, harvesting peat causes extensive damage to peat bogs and releases significant amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. The UK government set a target to reduce the use of peat compost to …

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Feb 08

Compostable Bags

Tweet Compostable bags are made from organic materials and break down like leaves or garden waste in the compost heap. They have become popular in recent years as more people are home composting and with so many Councils collecting organic waste. Small compostable bags are used in the kitchen for collecting organic waste. That might …

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Jun 21

Hello world!

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