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Green cleaning solutions: The latest offerings

Green cleaning solutions: The latest offerings
News from Mother Nature Network:

There’s a host of new products on the market for those dedicated to keeping their homes and offices squeaky clean without plaguing the planet or harming the environment. These new green cleaning solutions, from mini robots to multi-use cleansers, make cleaning a breeze while keeping your home free from chemicals and paper waste.

Mint Takes the Work out of Housework

One of the coolest green cleaning gadgets available to neat freaks, tree huggers and overworked housekeepers is the Mint, a robot that sweeps and washes hardwood floors. Launched in 2010, the Mint has won several awards including the Good Housekeeping V.I.P., IDEA (International Design Excellence Award), Popular Mechanics’ Editor’s Choice and the International CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Award. 

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Hot home: This isn’t your mother’s washing machine
News from yourhome.ca:
July 27, 2011 Vicky Sanderson
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Like so many things in this world, washing machines used to be so much simpler — cleaning our clothes with an uncomplicated combination of water, detergent and agitation. But they’re now rapidly evolving into increasingly sophisticated machines, according to Philippe Meyersohn, general manager for GE Appliances Canada.

“It may be a bit of an exaggeration, but there has probably been more innovation in the last five years than there was in the last 20,” says Meyersohn, citing the progress of vibration control as an example.

“The laundry room used to always be in the basement, where it was generally on a cement floor. If the washer does a dance on that surface, you probably don’t even know. When that happens on the first floor, it becomes much more of a concern,” …………… continues on yourhome.ca
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