3M Scotchgard Fabric, Carpet, Clothing, Upholstery Protector

Spring Cleaning Tips: 3M Scotchgard Fabric Protector Now Environmentally Friendly
3M Scotchgard is a fabric spray protector. Scotchgard was a household name when I was a kid. To 'Scotchgard' became a verb meaning to spray with Scotchgard to protect the fabric. Scotchgard is now made with environmenally friendly formula.
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Cat Skin Conditons and Allergies from Flea Collar


Skins Conditions in Cats: Possible Allergy to Flea Collar
I've owned (or been owned by) cats all of my life. All my cats are happy, healthy indoor-outdoor cats. I have used flea collars on the cats. All the cats, except one responded well. Our youngest cat developed a rash while wearing a flea collar.
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EPA Bans Chemical Dispersant Corexit in BP Gulf Oil Spill

EPA Bans Toxic Chemical 'Corexit' Dispersants in BP Gulf Oil Spill Clean Up
On April 20, a BP oil rig exploded leaving 11 dead, an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico of 4 milion barrels and an on-going daily spewing of 5,000-70,000 barrels. BP uses Corexit chemical dispersants, but the EPA has banned them as too toxic.
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Green Living and Doing the Dishes


How to Do the Dishes the Green, Healthy Way
I know what you're thinking. Dish washing. She's writing about how to do the dishes. Why? Because there a safer, greener, healthier ways to do dishes. And washing dishes in a dishwasher is necessarily the most environmentally friendly method.
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