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Salt is healthier than you think!

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          LIVING GREEN - Wednesday, June 25, 2008
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Good morning, 

To save both your health and the environment, try to use 
natural cleaning products whenever possible. The ground-
water has enough pollutants without us going out of our 
way to add to the problem. 

There are several non-toxic ways to remove stains from 
laundry. All of us at one time or another have gotten 
deodorant stains on a favorite item of clothing. Don't 
resort to throwing away your favorite t-shirt if you 
haven't tried these methods first. 

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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* Salt. Yes, salt. Salt will remove many deodorant stains. 
It is safe to use salt on colored as well as white 
clothing. Get the t-shirt wet and sprinkle salt on the 
stains. Let it sit, overnight if possible. Just before 
washing, scrub the stained wet t-shirt with a little more 
salt before throwing in the washing machine. The salt will 
not harm the rest of the clothing. 

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