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COVID-19 Update: We are continuing to suspend our in-office visits as Governor Mills continues "State of Civil Emergency" in Maine. For your safety and the safety of our staff, we ask that you schedule a Tele-Medicine visit. We will continue to post updates as we continue to care for all our patients.
Tele-Medicine Conferences available NOW at reduced prices.  Click here to schedule your consult.

Cleaning Hints; Environmental Illness

Household Cleaning:

Use of toxic cleaning products represents a major source of chemical pollution in the home. Toxic chemicals have long-term harmful effects on the body and may cause cancer and other diseases, especially chronic illness.
Everyone who is chemically sensitive or wants to avoid becoming chemically sensitive should keep contact with synthetic chemicals to a minimum. The more exposure to chemicals, the greater danger of adverse results. Limiting chemical exposure in the home can increase the chances of the human body handling the onslaught of chemicals outside of the home. Whether a chemical is ingested, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin, it enters the bloodstream with the same adverse results.

The following are some safer alternatives for household cleaning and they really work; however, when choosing any cleaning agent, test it to determine whether it is safe for you.
Laundry detergent

1. SHAKLEE BASIC L (avoid complex chemicals, perfumes)

2. AMWAY SA8 contain no scent, leaves no chemical residue on clothes.

3. NEO-LIFE

4. Unscented TIDE or other unscented detergents

5. IVORY DETERGENT

Laundry Bleach

1. Oxygen (no chlorine) bleaches: CLOROX II or SNOWY BLEACH. They contain hydrogen peroxide.


Laundry Whiteners

1. 20 MULE TEAM BORAX

2. MIRACLE WHITE

Fabric Softeners

1. CALGON

2. 1/2 cup vinegar to rinse water

3. Unscented store brands

Chemical Neutralizers; products will remove scents, help break down chemical build-up in fabrics

1. 1/2 cup baking soda to rinse water

2. 1/2 cup vinegar to rinse water

Stain Remover

1. Hydrogen peroxide

2. Sea Salt

3. Lemon Juice


Scouring Powder

1. BON AMI

2. Baking soda on sponge

Dishwasher Compounds

1. SHAKLEE BASIC D

2. AMWAY DISHDROPS

3. NEO-LIFE

Chrome Cleaner

1. Apply pure cider vinegar with a soft cloth, then buff with a paper towel.

2. Whiting (calcium carbonate) available at paint stores.


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