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Hey Footprint readers,
We’re bringing back our “TerraPass Answers.”
It’s quite simple — if you have a question plaguing you about your latest decision to purchase a new car or to install flooring, our readers may be able to contribute more knowledge and expertise. Please send your questions to email@example.com. We’ll only publicize information that you want us to.
To kickstart it this week, I have a question that’s been bugging me for a while now (and continues to resurface whenever I’m at the store).
What brands of affordable and effective cleaning solutions aren’t “greenwashing”?
>I want to be able to use natural products in my house, but some products really vary in effectiveness and I no longer know what I should be looking for on the labels. There’s been debate about how some brands (such as Clorox’s Green Works line) aren’t actually as eco-friendly as they advertise. What are some brands I can rely on?
What’s your take? Post in the comments section below.