What is greenwashing? Simply put, it means to make a product or brand appear more eco-friendly than it really is. Greenwashing examples abound. Learn more!
When you want to remove baked on grease or unclog drains, use a strong alkaline cleaner. Read more about alkaline vs. acidic cleaners and how to use them!
What are abrasive cleaners? In short, abrasives help remove heavily soiled or stained surfaces—with less elbow grease! Learn more on how to use them!
Lemon power to the rescue—here’s how to use citric acid for cleaning! Natural and budget-friendly, here’s a roundup of 7 easy DIY cleaning recipes.
Acidic cleaners are great for removing hard water stains and rust. Here are some common acids for cleaning around the house, and how to use them safely.
Toilet bowl stains are something nobody wants. Here are the most common types of stains and how to get rid of them (even stubborn stains!).
The pH of dish soap determines how acidic or alkaline a solution is. And this plays a key role in how it works to clean AND how it affects your skin.
If you want to disinfect, can you wash dishes with bleach (safely)? We’ll cover bleach safety and everything you need to know about using bleach on dishes.
Soothing, moisturizing, and healing, here are 7 top aloe vera soap benefits. Plus, we’ll show you how to make your own easy DIY liquid aloe soap.
This exotic body butter is a popular ingredient in skin care. Rich, velvety, and moisturizing, there are plenty of benefits of shea butter in soap.
While Castile soap is a cleaning powerhouse, it’s not perfect. Here’s a roundup of Castile soap warnings you should take note of to get the most of your soap!
What are soapberries? These tiny fruits of the soapberry tree are eco-friendly and versatile. They contain saponins which create lather when mixed with water.
Nobody wants a smelly bathroom. We’ve rounded up 8 reasons your bathroom smells like urine, plus ways to fix it. Time to roll up your sleeves and clean!
What are surfactants in soap? These key ingredients help reduce surface tension and make for a better clean! Read more.
Moisturizing and rejuvenating, there are plenty of benefits of goat milk soap. While it works for most skin types, it’s not for everyone.
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