In a recent blog, we looked at the dangers of using chemical cleaners around the home and how Turbo water from your water ionizer can do the job just as well, without any toxic fumes. Â
What Kind of Spring-Cleaner Are You? Â
Many people like to carry out a spring clean at this time of year. Â For some, itâ€™s little more than bundling away winter coats and shoes; for others, it means systematically going through each room, carrying out a deep clean and throwing out or recycling whatever isnâ€™t nailed down (Hi, Mom!).
Tyent Spring-Cleaning Tips!
To get you into the spring-cleaning spirit, weâ€™ve dusted down and buffed up some brilliant …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 28, 2017 7:00 am
November 15 marked America Recycles Day, a joint initiative with Keep America Beautiful. Â Â Tens of thousands of people made a commitment to recycling and hundreds of events are taking place over the coming month to support this awesome cause. Â
Make a Pledge to the Planet
Interested in joining in? Â Why not make the America Recycles pledge to:
Learn. Â Â I will find out what materials are collected for recycling in my community.
Act. Â Within the next month, I will reduce the amount of waste I produce, I will recycle more, and I will buy products made with recycled content.
Share. Â In the next month, I will encourage one family member or one
Posted by: William Poole On December 12, 2015 9:00 am
Traveling musicians and comedians always talk about how hard it is to maintain a healthy diet on the road. And without all the comforts of home, like your Tyent water ionizer, it can be difficult for anyone to get the alkaline water they need to feel their best.
Thatâ€™s why Tyent came up with the TYgo portable alkalizer, so water ionizer owners never have to go without alkaline water, even on the road. Whether you are the front man for a rock band, or the driver of your local carpool, the TYgo alkalizer is your answer to stay alkaline on the go!
Can you believe Thanksgiving week is already here? With Thanksgiving right around the corner, itâ€™s the perfect opportunity to go green with your holiday festivities. The holidays can create a lot of waste in households across the U.S. For example, imagine all the potential for thrown-away food and decorations.
With Thanksgiving two days away, weâ€™re sharing five of our favorite tips for a green Thanksgiving celebration, in keeping with our ever-present efforts to go green with our products and everyday lives.
Buy local for the turkey and other feast accoutrements. While you may not be able to get every item you need for Thanksgiving from a local farmerâ€™s market or co-op, you can at least get your veggies and …
Is going green a primarily at-home practice? No! For those of us who travel often, itâ€™s important to go green on the road as much as we attempt to go green at home. In fact, itâ€™s easy to go green when youâ€™re away from home and away from your regular habits, if you follow a few simple guidelines.
Today, weâ€™re sharing a few of our favorite tips for keeping your travels as eco-friendly as possible.
Keep Doing What You Already Do at Home
While some green practices from home (like composting) donâ€™t translate to travel, the majority of them are easy to continue when on the go. Try these green habits even if youâ€™re at a hotel or on an …
October 31 is supposed to be spooky, that doesnâ€™t mean you need scare away the environment. While youâ€™re taking care of the earth during the rest of the year, donâ€™t neglect Halloween! Go green on Halloween with these helpful household, decorating, and costume tips.
Use the whole pumpkin. Pumpkins are the go-to Halloween decorative symbol, but do you typically throw away the innards? Bake a pie with the insides, bake the seeds to a crispy crunch, and compost the shell when you no longer want to decorate your porch with a seasonal ghoul or goblin.
Walk, donâ€™t drive. Instead of driving to other neighborhoods for trick-or-treating, stay close to home and walk from house to house to cut down on …
While itâ€™s always admirable to show the world youâ€™re a clean freak, your incessant cleaning could actually be harming the environment. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) states that certain cleaning products are associated with health and environmental risks, including damage to water bodies, poor air quality, and increased pollution. You can read a lot of material about the negative effects of cleaning products on the environment, but at Tyent, weâ€™ve arrived at the conclusion that the green-cleaning way is the better way.
How to clean without these harmful products? Here are a few eco-friendly suggestions to implement into your cleaning routine. (Thanks to Apartment Therapy for the resources.)
Cleaning grout and grime: For floors and tiles, safe and nontoxic baking …