How to Keep Up with Cleaning (and Life’s Other Dust Bunnies)

Don’t let that dust bunny cowering in the corner cause you strife. It’s OK!


It’s that piece of cereal that fell through the air vent who-knows-how-long ago.

The dust bunny cowering in the corner every time you’re in the middle of something else.

The shoe scuff on the stairs you keep forgetting about (until every time you go upstairs).



You’ll get to it when you get to it. Until then, we’ve got savings and ideas to help you keep up with everyday cleaning – and life’s other dust bunnies.


 

P&G- dropping household cleaning chemicals in the eyes of rabbits daily. rabbits are used in the notorious Draize eye irritancy test and developmental toxicity. (The P&G report at www.pg.com./science/Brochure_print.pdf implies that use of the notorious Draize eye test continues.)

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Although Procter & Gamble (P&G) admit that guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, ferrets, rats and mice are among the animals used in their ‘product safety research’ [1], the company is highly secretive about what actually happens to the animals they sacrifice. However, Uncaged can reveal disturbing examples of P&G’s involvement in painful and lethal animal tests.

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Although Procter & Gamble (P&G) admit that guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, ferrets, rats and mice are among the animals used in their ‘product safety research’ [1], the company is highly secretive about what actually happens to the animals they sacrifice. However, Uncaged can reveal disturbing examples of P&G’s involvement in painful and lethal animal tests.

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Many, if not all, of their cleaning products test on animals. They drop the chemicals into rabbits' eyes to see if they cause distress and they rub the chemicals into the skin of rabbits to see if it causes a rash. Please don't be fooled.

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Yes dusting is an every day thing at my house ...

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