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It's not easy making smart choices about the household cleaners we use.

Find out how to avoid toxic chemicals and make healthier choices today — for you, your family and the environment.

Tackling the key barriers that keep us in loyal — if unhealthy — relationships with our favourite brands, our Toxic Breakup campaign will expose many of the challenges in making healthy, informed choices about the products we use. In four easy steps, we will look at a different barrier:

  • Step 1 — Do you know what toxic chemicals are in many household cleaners?
  • Step 2 — What isn't listed on the label of your favourite household cleaner?
  • Step 3 — Are green cleaners as effective as your favourite big brands?
  • Step 4 — Is it time to break up with your cleaner?

Each step of the way, along with informative and educational content, we will also provide you with fun tools and resources to help you make better choices for you and your family.

Fist with cleaning glove
Lindsay Coulter

Here's the dirt. You've probably been in a long term relationship with your home cleaners. But they may not be the safest, healthiest choice for you and your family.

I've rid my home of chemical cleaners and you can too! Take my cleaning advice (also on Facebook and Twitter).

Poll

Do your cleaners have an eco-label?