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Cleaning Matters Sept Oct 2013

 
  September/October 2013
 
 
Cleaning Matters
 
 
Laundry SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL BABY SAFETY MONTH! It’s the perfect time to take a moment and make sure you’re safely storing and handling all cleaning products, especially the new single-load liquid laundry packets. This laundry innovation contains highly concentrated detergent. If not safely stored, they can attract dangerous interest from young children leading to injury from ingestion or exposure to the eyes.
btn handwashing AROUND THE WORLD, PEOPLE ENJOY DIFFERENT FOODS, DIFFERENT CLIMATES, AND CELEBRATE A MULTITUDE OF CUSTOMS. But we all have at least one thing in common, and that’s the need to keep our hands clean to stay healthy. Use Global Handwashing Day (October 15) to kick-start your handwashing campaign! Then write a one page summary of your handwashing project and apply for the Healthy Schools, Healthy People, It’s a SNAP national awards recognition.
icon surfaces BET YOU WEREN'T AWARE THAT IT'S MOLD AWARENESS MONTH! In honor of that not-so-fun fungus, here are ways to clean the mold and mildew out of your bathroom, and keep that area clean.
Dishes IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME! Which means it’s back to packing lunches and cleaning out lunchboxes. You can help the environment and your wallet by packing snacks and sandwiches in reusable plastic containers. Here are the best ways to keep those receptacles clean.
Sustainability REUSABLE BAGS ARE GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT — AND YOUR WALLET since many stores offer discounts when you BYOB. But do you know how to keep those canvas bags clean? Might be a good idea to learn how, especially since you often use them for groceries.
Ask Nancy WHAT CAN WE DO, AS A FAMILY, TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE EVERYTHING WE NEED FOR THE FALL SEASON WITHOUT ADDING TO THE CLUTTER IN OUR HOME?
 
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