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Let's face it: finding a good mattress can be tough--but organic mattresses are nice on your back, and the environment.
A wash cloth made from organic cotton yarn is a gentle way to care for sensitive skin, and an easy project for a beginner.
Environmentally friendly rugs come in a number of forms; they can be made from recycled materials and materials that are considered renewable resources--those that are quickly replenished without a lot of strain on the environment, which usually come from a plant or animal.
Non-organic furniture can be harmful to your health. When certain glues decompose over time, it releases off-gases such as formaldehyde. The EPA has reported that indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. On an average, we spend about 90% of our time in homes and offices.³ If our homes - which should be the safest place in our lives - produce more harmful pollutions than the outside, then it's time to reevaluate our surroundings. So, when shopping for new furniture, make sure they were built with water-based glues and stained and finished with green wood and sealants.
Try looking up "laundry detergent ingredients" on Google and you'll get a number of different things. Words like surfactant and diethyl ester dimethyl ammonium chloride aren't exactly words you think of or even consider when you are doing your laundry. It would be interesting to see what percentage of Americans even consider what ingredients are being used in the laundry detergents they are soaking their clothing and bed sheets in.
The next time you're in the market for some new towels, why not consider all of your options first. While cotton is still an excellent, not to mention probably the most common choice, bamboo and hemp towels are also great alternatives if you're looking to stay on the greener side of things. Of course, with all three, choosing organic is best.