Room-by-Room Guide to Household Toxins

If you want to take steps to rid your house of potentially dangerous household toxins that may effect your family, here is a great room-by-room guide to where they may be lurking. Often the culprits are commercial products such as cleaning agents, fragrance products, even household finishes such as paint and carpets are potential culprits. Using simple, natural products in your home is the best way to minimize exposure to toxic chemicals. Products made by smaller niche companies are a better choice than the big brand items. Simple cleaners like Vinegar, Baking Soda and Borax are very effective and usually less expensive.

About Phil

A professional photographer by trade, Philip was a pioneer user of Photoshop (If you're old enough to laugh at this joke, this means you're over 40). Always an entrepreneur in the advertising industry - Philip started a boutique agency which specialized in Corporate Communications. Philip and Debbie were married in 2000 and became partners in both business and in life. A passionate cottager, Philip and the family enjoy paddling, photography, hiking and swimming. You'll often find Philip attempting to do his MacGyver fixes around the property. Philip's giveback to the community includes a decade of commitment to The First Interfaith Out of the Cold Homeless shelter as a volunteer on the Steering Committee.