We seem to become engulfed in a ghoulish cloud of PVC smoke when Halloween rolls around because so many children’s costumes are made with at least one PVC (vinyl) component. Masks themselves are often 100% PVC. Now that’s scary!
Uncork the bottle, swirl the wine to let it breath, then enjoy a sip of phthalate-infused goodness…wait a minute! Here’s how to avoid phthalates in wine.
Decorating the nursery is a special and important part of welcoming a new addition to your family. However, so many household products are filled with toxins that it’s difficult to find a way to make your baby’s space free from dangerous fibers and chemicals. Here are a few tips to help you!
We’re big believers in avoiding chemicals in PVC products, so you can imagine how excited we were to hear that Home Depot will phase out toxic phthalates in vinyl flooring by the end of 2015!
Why go to all the trouble to avoid toxic PVC (vinyl) plastic? Lead. Phthalates. VOC’s. Dioxin. Just for starters. Learn how to reduce your exposure by avoiding these common sources of soft, flexible PVC.
How in the world do you know if you have a non-toxic dishwasher? Let’s take a walk down the aisles of the home appliance store to find out!
Toxic PVC plastic is still a mainstay in the bathrooms across America, so the hunt for PVC free bath mats has been a long project. We’re happy to finally offer you a nice list of safer options.