Best of 2011: What’s So Great About Homemade Cleansers

Best of 2011: What’s So Great About Homemade Cleansers

The What’s So Great About and What’s So Bad About (WSGA & WSBA) columns are some of the most popular posts on Sweet Potato Chronicles. They’re written by two of the smartest, funniest women we know. They’re also packed with useful information and provide a much-needed break from me and Laura. Yes, that’s from not for! I look forward to these posts as much as our readers, even when I don’t want to be told that I really should re-think one of my least favourite vegetables. Okay, here it is, based on Heidi’s column about Brussels sprouts a couple of weeks ago I tried them at Christmas dinner. And, well, they were actually… delicious. There, I said it.

Okay, let’s move on. My favourite of Heidi’s columns for 2011 isn’t about food at all but about household cleansers. First she wrote a post about the dangers of many of the products we all regularly use around the house but then followed it up with some tips for making your own. We got a big reaction to both these posts. It’s clearly something that worries many of you. Let us know if you tried making your own cleaning products!

My favourite of Heidi’s WSGA columns is What’s So Great About Homemade Cleansers.


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