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    Default Reduce Toxins in Your Home- Remove your Shoes

    A Swedish study on toxic products
    in the household has shown that
    toxic substances found in most
    houses can be reduced by more
    than 50% if the household
    members simply remove their
    `outdoor' shoes before coming
    indoors, since many of the
    substances are carried in on our
    shoes. Simply always take your
    shoes off before entering the
    house! (It cuts down on cleaning

    and vacuuming time too!)"

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    Date: Tue Jun 18, 2002 9:47 pm
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    Default cheap knitted slippers

    I'd like to suggest having cheap knitted slippers to lend visitors. I
    have also read that perspiration from feet is very bad for rugs.

    From: Lynn
    Date: Tue Jun 18, 2002 10:14 pm
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    Thanks Lynne i may try that. Yes when we had the carpet installed they told
    us it was best to wear stocking feet because of the oils off your feet. Mary

    From: "Jesse & Mary Richey"
    Date: Tue Jun 18, 2002 10:21 pm
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    Default Re: Reduce Toxins in Your Home- Remove your Shoes

    You can also reduce the toxins in your home by using natural cleaners like vinegar, baking soda and essential oils. Also instead of buying a HEPA filter use green leafy plants to filter the air in your house. HEPA filters are expensive but plants are cheaper.

 

 

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