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The secret slobs guide to making your home look utterly immaculate by AGGIE … – Daily Mail

The secret slobs guide to making your home look utterly immaculate by AGGIE … – Daily Mail
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  • Lots of hard to reach areas or stains you just can’t seem to remove?
  • Take on Aggie’s advice for some easy ways to get a sparkling house
  • She’s covered everything from ironing bed linen to scrubbing the floor

My mother, Joha, was a massive stickler for housework, and ran the house in which I grew up as though it…………… continues on The secret slobs guide to making your home look utterly immaculate by AGGIE … – Daily Mail

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Garden Views: Growing your own fresh air
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By Nancy Helms
Contributing Writer

It’s only December and I am already dreaming about throwing open my kitchen window and letting in some fresh air. I want the breeze to blow all my papers off my desk. Unfortunately, it’s going to be quite some time before that happens. With winter just beginning and temperatures dropping, it’s a challenge to maintain healthy indoor air but houseplants can actually help.

Volatile Organic Compounds can build up inside our homes. We are often unaware of the gases given off by things we live with every day. Formaldehyde is gassed off from carpeting, furniture, lacquers, varnish, car exhaust and even sheet rock. Benzene is given off from glue, paint, plastics and detergent.

House plants can filter the air and absorb common VOCs. In the late 1980s NASA studied houseplants as way to purify the air in space stations. Lucky for us, plants can also clean the air in our homes. You may already have some of these houseplants, but if you are toying with the idea of purchasing a new houseplant, you may want to consider a plant that will filter your air and produce oxygen.

Aloe can improve indoor air quality by helping to clear the air of formaldehyde, chemical based household cleaners and paint. The gel inside the leaves also is good for cuts and burns. It’s a g…………… continues on ABC Newspapers

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