Environmentally Friendly Archive

Is Your Home a Healthy House?

The renovation and reconditioning project of a house is generally thought of in terms of aesthetics and functionality, and rarely in terms of safety and health of the residents. Unfortunately aesthetics always prevails in any home, although the physical health of residents is more important than aesthetics. Although planning and renovating the house, eco-friendly style, [&hellip

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“Magic” Cleaning Solutions for Your Home

Whether you want to live healthier, whether you want to save a considerable amount of money, cleaning the house is the area where you can apply these changes. There are numerous recipes based only on natural ingredients. Here are eight great ingredients with which you will have a clean, scented and healthy home. 1. Baking [&hellip

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Arboform (Liquid Wood) – The Material of the Future

The invention belongs to a team of researchers from the “Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT)” in Pfinztal (Germany) and is an environmentally friendly alternative to plastics, which are derived from petroleum. Substance that underlies this new material called “Arboform” or “liquid wood” is biodegradable and is obtained by combining pulp, industrial plants (hemp, flax) [&hellip

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How to Clean a Window with Natural Products

Dust, temperature variations, humidity and condensation, all leave traces of dirt and grime on your home windows. There are many “friendly” solutions to the environment that can help you keep your windows clean. You can clean your windows resorting to various natural products that you find in your home. Let’s see how: Wash Your Windows [&hellip

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Household Objects that Can Be Cleaned with Vinegar

Are you tired to give money on expensive cleaning products that are not even half of what they promise? What would you say if you try to apply your grandmother’s methods of cleaning? Did you know that ordinary vinegar can help you get rid of dirt in the house? Let’s see together some household objects [&hellip

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