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Dr. Mercola Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray Fresh Citrus -- 32 fl oz

Dr. Mercola Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray Fresh Citrus
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Dr. Mercola Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray Fresh Citrus -- 32 fl oz

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Dr. Mercola Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray Fresh Citrus Description

  • Dr. Mercola® Healthy Home
  • Tough on Dirt • Gentle on Surfaces
  • Free of Phosphates & Harsh Chemicals
  • Tile • Countertops • Wood • Glass

More and more people today want “green” or eco-friendly cleaning products – ones that don’t contain harsh or potentially toxic ingredients harmful to you and your family – pets included – as well as the environment.

Unfortunately, you can’t always trust a cleaning product’s label to provide complete and accurate information about what’s inside. No law requires manufacturers to list all of a product’s ingredients on their labels, especially if they have a so-called “trade secret” formula!

Yet, labels can be a good start. By knowing what to look for – and to avoid - you can side step the most questionable ingredients and know what to look for in a green household cleaning spray that lives up to its name.

Just a few of the prime offenders to avoid include: Quaternary ammonium compounds or “quats,” EDTA, Polysorbate-20, ethanolamine, fragrance, chlorine bleach, DEA and TEA, 1,4 –Dioxane, and synthetic preservatives that can create harmful formaldehyde.


Made only with truly "green" and eco-friendly ingredients, Dr. Mercola's Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray:


» Cuts through grease, dirt, grime and other complex organics leaving household surfaces fresh and clean

» Contains plant and mineral derived ingredients, not VOCs or other harsh chemicals

» Dye free, with fragrance derived from essential oils

» Streak-free formula designed to leave no residue

» Convenient spray top nozzle for quick and dispersed application


Hold nozzle 6-8 inches away from surface and spray until surface is thoroughly covered. Wipe area with sponge or cloth such as Dr. Mercola Bamboo Kitchen Towels.


Uses: Safe for use on non-porous surfaces such as finished wood, ceramic, sealed stone, stainless steel and glass. Not recommended for use on porous surfaces or electronics.

Free Of
Dye, VOCs and harsh chemicals.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Water, capryl glucoside, lauramine oxide, sodium gluconate, sodium carbonate, citrus paradisi (grapefruit) peel oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf oil, glycerin, grapefruit seed extract.

Harmful If Swallowed. Skin and Eye Irritant. Use only as directed. If swallowed, drink a full glass of water, do not induce vomiting, and seek immediate medical advice. In case of eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes. In case of skin contact, wash off with water. Do not inhale.

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Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Garage

Spring is here, and after a long, messy winter, your garage could probably use a good cleaning and reorganization.

“Having a cluttered garage can be mentally taxing -- wondering what is in there and if we’ll need it, and thinking about when we’ll have the time to address it,” says Liz Jenkins, a Certified Professional Organizer and owner of A Fresh Space in Franklin, Tennessee.

Woman Following Garage Cleaning Tips Moving Stack of Boxes to Organize Her Cluttered Garage |

A cluttered garage has many drawbacks beyond the merely emotional. They include:

It can be a fire hazard. Old oil, gasoline, wood, rags, aerosol cans, paint, newspaper or boxes are all flammable.

It can attract pests. Storing pet food and dry goods in a garage brings in mice, rats, raccoons, squirrels and bats.  

It is costly. People with cluttered garages may have trouble finding things when they need them, or discover those items have been damaged. That can lead to having to buy such products a second time.  

It can eat up valuable space. A cluttered garage may prevent you from parking and protecting your car within it. Or, all that junk may hide potentially valuable space that could be used for an extended laundry area, hobby area or dedicated teen space.

“The garage becomes a ‘go to’ for all storage, especially during the colder months,” says Tim James, owner of T James Organizing Solutions in Orange County, California. “The clutter makes it a dumping ground.” 

Too often, people keep items with a vague notion that they might use them someday. For example, some folks pile up boxes in a corner of the garage in case they move someday in the distant future.

In other cases, family members may ask you to store furniture or other items in the garage for long periods.

Cleaning up a cluttered garage

The first step to organizing your garage is to develop the right frame of mind, says Lisa Mark, a Certified Professional Organizer and owner of The Time Butler in Los Altos, California.

“Be ruthless about what you keep that deserves a place in your home,” she says. “Immediately take any items away for donation or trash to clear the space.”

Mark suggests choosing a date to declutter and sticking to it. When you begin the cleanup, set a timer for 30 to 60 minutes.

“During that time, focus on one area of the garage: a corner, a shelf, a small cabinet,” she says. “Sort items like with like, and decide which items you don’t want.”

Mark suggests placing unwanted items in an “away” pile, and later subdividing that pile into “donate,” “trash,” “recycle” or “shred” piles.

Jenkins suggests installing shelving, cabinetry or wall tracks that are sturdy enough to hold boxes and maximize vertical space.

“Garages typically don’t have a ton of usable space if you want to park vehicles in there,” she says.

Installing shelving on the walls can increase your space. Jenkins adds that overhead shelving racks are great for infrequently used items, such as holiday or camping stuff.

Finally, Jenkins suggests creating designated sections for specific categories – such as tools, automotive, garden and utility. “This makes it easier to find things, as well as put them back,” she says.

Keeping it clean and staying the course

Cleaning a garage can be challenging. “Garages are often overwhelming because of their sheer size,” Mark says.

For that reason, she recommends the KISS system – Keep It Simple, Sweetie.

“Any project, no matter how big, is much more manageable when breaking things down into smaller pieces,” she says.

Asking family and friends to contribute to the cleanup also can make the job easier. “Enlist help,” Jenkins says. “Garages tend to be kind of dense.”

Professional help also is available through the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO). James, Jenkins and Mark are all members of the organization. You can find your own professional organizer at the NAPO website.

Once your garage is tidy and orderly, remember to keep it that way going forward.

“Dedicate a spring and fall day to maintain the garage and purge what you no longer need or want,” James says. “If you don’t know what’s in the box or if you haven’t opened it in a year, you probably don’t need it.”

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