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Is Your Home Toxic? How To Identify Toxins And Detoxify Your Home

Is Your Home Toxic? How To Identify Toxins And Detoxify Your Home

What enters our body through our skin and the invisible pollutants in our environment are probably stronger predictors of health outcomes than our diet. There are silent killers in your home, but fear not, here are some fast and easy ways to tackle these, detoxify your home and keep your family safe! A guest blog by wellness expert and entrepreneur, Finn Murray from The Hopsack.

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Percale vs. Sateen: What’s the Difference?

Percale vs. Sateen: What’s the Difference?

In short, Percale and Sateen are two different types of weaves used when making bed sheets. Each boasts its own benefits and reasons for preference. Understanding the difference between these two weave styles can help you find exactly the kind of bed sheets you’ve been dreaming of.

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Is it really Egyptian cotton in your sheets? The Dishonesty of the Egyptian Cotton Industry

Is it really Egyptian cotton in your sheets? The Dishonesty of the Egyptian Cotton Industry

Egyptian Cotton Scandal   Egyptian Cotton is renowned for its long threads, quality, and softness. So, when you spend money on buying "Egyptian Cotton" sheets, you would expect it to really be Egyptian cotton, right? Well, in recent years, Egyptian Cotton's reputation and quality has deteriorated hugely due to a lack of regulation. Consumers across the world have been duped into buying products made of cheaper, low-quality cotton blends even though the label says "Egyptian Cotton".

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Make Your Home Happier & Healthier with Indoor Plants

Make Your Home Happier & Healthier with Indoor Plants

Plants make homes happier and healthier….fact! Here’s how: They absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen They increase humidity indoors which helps keep coughs, colds and dry skin at bay They clean the air removing harmful toxins Some top tips: The thicker the leaves a plant has the more drought tolerant it is. Check your house plants once a week and remember to feed them every two to four weeks with a good fertiliser.

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