Green Cleaning

Years ago, “green” was simply what you got when you mixed yellow and blue.  Today, however, the word “green” can mean “environmentally friendly.”  “Green” products are lining store shelves, and the Internet is abuzz with tips for green living and step-by-step instructions for making your own “earth-friendly” household cleaning products.  But does homemade always mean “green”?  Is green always safer?  The amount of information out there can be overwhelming.

To most of us, the idea of green cleaning means using products that are better for the environment.  But better than what?  And what makes a product “good” for the environment?

This section will help you understand the important facts about “green” products, what to look for and what “green” really means.

Start at What is Green Cleaning?