Where to get information about how to get rid of synthetic products in your home
Ok, that's a very long and boring title for very exciting news. A friend of mine has started a blog about freeing your home from synthetic products that are not good for you.
I've already written about some related issues, like adobe houses and how to make themstarting from some playful brick-making. And I've been meaning to write about some other related topics, like cleaning products, but never got around to do it. So, all this research she has been doing on those products comes in very handy. But I better let her tell you a bit more about it:
"I am launching my blog 'My Chemical-Free House' which helps
guide you through the building, renovation or re-decorating of a
VOC-free, chemical-free house. I wanted to put this together
as a guide, especially for those who are chemically sensitive or have
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. However, it will be useful for anyone wishing
to create a healthier environment. I have done months of
research to compile this information for the creation of my own
chemical-free house that is going up soon in BC [British Columbia, Canada], and I hope that it can
help others with environmental sensitivities to improve their symptoms.
It has definitely helped me a lot so far to reduce indoor toxins.
It hasn't been easy to sift through all the information to find out
what is really chemical-free and what is simply 'green-washing', that's
why I wanted to compile the information and present it in a way that is
user-friendly. With each aspect I have also sourced the most affordable
The first line of defense against toxic products is information and knowledge. And having someone impartial doing the research for you, makes your life easier. You can check Corinne's blog here.