On Saturday morning, Harry came skittering and sliding into our room like Kramer
We attacked him with the camera,
so in awe of his hair were we
Harry, though, had no idea what al the fuss was about
Ben let Harry borrow some hair putty, and he rocked the giant hair all day long.
But what I really want to talk about today is cleaning products. I am working on getting rid of all of our toxic cleaners, but I am less than impressed with their replacements. I want something better than Method Good for Wood (but not toxic furniture polish-- just something that cleans like the poison stuff). Any suggestions? I have been using the lemon-scented JR Watkins stuff as an all purpose cleaner/ bathroom touch up spray, and it is pretty okay. Is there a better one out there? I use good old Clorox to clean my bathroom, but are any of the 7th Generation, Method, Watkins, etc. cleaners as good? Anybody just use vinegar and love it? How about the 7th Generation dish soap (there's a bottle in my cabinet ready to replace my toxic Palmolive) and dishwasher detergent? Laundry soap?
We've gotten rid of red and yellow dyes, HFCS, hydrogenated oils, non organic dairy and produce, processed and snacks with more than five or unpronounceable ingredients, and we are working on eating only local meat. Cleaning products are the last thing standing between us and total d-bag yippie status-- can you help? Rec your nontoxic, effective cleaners! Please?