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All too often, companies use “green” labeling but hide toxic ingredients. Our founder learned this the hard way after suffering an asthma attack while using a leading, “green” all-purpose cleaner. Labeled as safe, it was actually full of irritating ingredients that practically required a chemistry degree to understand. Armed with determination and a positive attitude, Devin turned her frustration into a commitment to developing products that use trusted, easy-to-recognize, non-toxic ingredients that work. Join Devin and become an OPTIMIST!

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Move to the beat and find your spring cleaning rhythm

March 26, 2015

Keep motivated while you cleaning with our 2015 #sprigncleaning playlist. Give us your suggestions in the comments and your favorite song might be chosen to be added. Keep checking back for updates and enjoy finding your cleaning rhythm with these great tunes.  #SpringCleaning 2015 Playlist  "I'm walking on sunshine" Katrina and the Waves "Happy" Pharrell Williams "Pocketful of sunshine" Natasha Bedingfield "This is the stuff" Francesca Battistelli "One fine day" The Chiffons  "On top of the world" Imagine Dragons "Here comes the sun" The Beatles  "In the summertime" Mungo Jerry    

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Look on the bright side of life with sparkling windows

March 26, 2015

Spring is finally here and to enjoy all of its beauty, clean and sparkling windows are essential.  Let the warm sunshine brighten your home, open the windows and use our quick tips to make your window washing a breeze this year.  Use the right product Traditional glass and window cleaners are often ammonia based. Ammonia is a harsh irritant to your lungs and can continue to off gas long after the product was used. Skip the harmful chemicals and go back-to-basics by opting for a much safer vinegar based product. Our Bright Side glass and surface cleaner not only uses vinegar but also Tea Tree and Eucalyptus essential oils. These oils fight off mold and mildew that can start to...

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