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Walmart Supercenter
(574) 269-7811
2501 Walton Blvd
Warsaw, IN
Store Hours
Mon-Fri:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Pharmacy #
(574) 269-7941
Pharmacy Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Martins Supermarket
(574) 773-3013
242 N. Oakland Ave.
Nappanee, IN
Store Hours
7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

(574) 267-2221
1100 Husky Trail
Warsaw, IN
Smith Appliance Of Warsaw, Inc
1119 E Winona Ave
Warsaw, IN
(574) 267-3191
2816 Frontage Rd
Warsaw, IN
(574) 269-3410
3350 Lake City Hwy
Warsaw, IN
Portrait Studio
Mon - Fri :8am-10pm

Lances Newmarket
(260) 982-8577
1204 St Rd Hwy 114 W
No Manchester, IN
Rock Bottom Hardware
(574) 269-7222
1506 N Detroit
Warsaw, IN
JC Penney
(574) 269-2750
2874 Frontage Rd
Warsaw, IN
Mon-Sat 10:00-9:00
Sun 11:30-5:30

(574) 267-0024
2495 Jalynn Street
Warsaw, IN
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 7 pm

If You Can’t Drink It Don’t Use It

by Special to Casa Latina on February 28, 2010

in Go Green

Can a product that’s eco-friendly really be good for the environment (as the term would suggest) if there’s a warning not to drink it? Baby Crawling on Floor believes that if something is safe for the environment, it should be safe for you in most cases, too. For example, if you’re using a harsh chemical to clean your floors you may assume that the risks and warnings associated with that chemical do not extend beyond your floor. The fact is, once you’ve finished cleaning your floor those chemicals remain on the surface. You then walk on the floor, spreading the chemicals throughout your home. If you have a little child, they might drop something on that floor and then pick it up with their hand. Their hand now has the chemicals on it. They may even eat the item they dropped on the floor which is now coated with the chemicals! AWHI_48-2[1]

There are many links between environmental health and your own personal health. It’s a very intuitive idea. If a chemical pesticide is meant to kill pests, like bugs and bacteria, that same chemical will likely kill other things, too. Most pesticides aren’t designed to only target one species of pest. If that were the case, farmers would need to purchase multiple chemicals. Instead, most pesticides are a universal killer. So, if the pesticide will kill another living organism like a bug, one might reason that it is capable of killing or doing harm to other organisms.

A good rule of thumb to rule out these harmful chemicals in your environment is to look at the safety of ingredients in the products that you use. Many people are now adhering to the rule that, if you can’t drink it, don’t use it. That’s not to say that you should guzzle down a household cleaner. It’s more an idea that the products that you use in your home should be safe enough to go inside of your body, since they will end up on your body in some form. In fact, has found many eco-friendly, safe alternatives to conventional household cleaners and products that really are safe to drink!

vinegar-_baking-soda[1] For example, two classic cleaners that have been around for decades are baking soda and vinegar. Baking soda is completely edible as you add it to recipes when baking and cooking. It’s a wonderfully abrasive product, which means that it can help you get rid of tough stains or stuck-on food. For example, if you mix baking soda with enough water to form a paste, the paste effectively cleans crusty, tough grease off of your stove!

Vinegar is also completely edible, also used in many common recipes. You can clean practically anything with a diluted mixture of vinegar and water. It’s a disinfectant, so it works great to clean counters, floors and windows. To make sure that your windows have a streak-free finish, wipe them with newspaper and a vinegar mixture.

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