Eco-Friendly, Green Cleaning Products Blog
We hear it all the time from Uber drivers – “I love the money from UberEats but I hate the food smell afterwards and I’ve even had customers mention it to me.” EMBARRASSING! Thai, Indian, Mexican, BBQ, Fried Chicken – food smells great in a restaurant or on a plate
EcoDiscoveries welcomes Laurie Middleton as EcoDiscoveries’ new marketing associate. Laurie joins us from Wells Fargo where she worked in Mortgage. She received her MBA from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. Welcome, Laurie!
When Donna Brown, owner of FairyDust Cleaning Services servicing Tampa and St. Petersburg FL, began looking for eco-friendly cleaning product for use in her business, the search ended when she found EcoDiscoveries. She started with just general cleaning products like Tub and Tile, Multi-Surface, and Pet. But when she had a client
Unless you have ever met someone who is chemically sensitive, you might not be familiar with the terms “unscented” and “fragrance-free”. Many people believe these terms to be interchangeable, but there are huge differences between the two. People who have allergies know how uncomfortable scented products are, but there are
A recent story by FOX Business has concluded that strawberries are now officially the most contaminated product, surpassing apples as the produce containing the most pesticides. Citing the 2016 Environmental Shopper’s Guide, 98% of strawberries that were tested had detectable amounts of pesticide residue. “It is startling to see how
Its that time of year again when people struggle for weeks or months with allergies brought on by high levels of pollen. The specific types of pollen vary according to your region of the United States and the local landscape in your area. What we all have in common though,
Bleach, bleach, bleach…we really like to talk about bleach. But it’s for a good reason. Mostly because it’s a relatively corrosive chemical that is almost universally used – some would say way too much — in our homes, schools, and workplaces. It’s also not as effective as you might imagine.We’re not totally anti-bleach, but
When my children were young I spent more time trying to be “perfect” than I should have. My house was always clean, my children always well-dressed and I taught them table manners. I signed them up for all the right sport teams and summer camps and denied their video games
If you’re just tuning in, this month we had an opportunity to catch up with Graham Fortgang, Co-Founder of Brooklyn’s Matcha Bar NYC. In part 2 of our series on wellness with matcha, Graham shares how to incorporate matcha into your life. How would you describe your brand, MatchaBar?
If you’re the kind of person who wants to drink less coffee or struggles with the dreaded effect of caffeine spikes, you’ll want to keep reading. This month we had an opportunity to catch up Graham Fortgang, Co-Founder of Brooklyn’s Matcha Bar NYC. Graham shares the basics of matcha, his