If I had a dollar every time someone asked me about mould.....I'd be a very happy person. Mould is a mystery to all of us and when I inform people that bleach is only whitening the colour of mould, NOT killing it, they gasp. So I wanted to debunk some of the common questions that I get asked at pop ups, activations and events. And I brought in the big guns…..
Spring is just around the corner. And it's that time of year for some that suffer from allergies. Allergies are the most common reason why people tend to switch out their chemical based products with plant based, natural cleaners. What we don't realise is that over half of the chemicals found in our cleaning and body products are known to cause both skin and respiratory irritation so it makes sense to remove them. But what can we do around the home to help keep our home allergy free. We called the big guns in, Dr Ryan Harvey at House Call Doctor
For many of us the house cleaning is something we don’t want to do, but kind of have to. Arrrrgggh!
We postpone it as long as we can, and then we rush through it quickly, using harsh detergents and whatever else will help us finish the dreaded task faster. But this is a very false philosophy because cleaning our homes and providing proper hygiene is not only important to the state of the home, but also to our own health.
The war on waste is mounting as the ban on single use plastic bags comes into effect on the 1st July in Western Australia. We are following the lead of South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory, Tasmania, Queensland and Victoria with New South Wales yet to implement anything.
Stone is a popular choice in our homes, whether that be on bench tops, flooring or feature tiles. It’s a hard-wearing material so an excellent choice for style and longevity – but…it has a reputation as very hard to keep clean and sanitary.