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Bath Time Song for Kids | Personal Hygiene | Washing Song for Children

Bath Time is always more fun with a song! Expand your English vocabulary with names for body parts and enjoy singing this song with Miss Linky!

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Personal Hygiene for Kids – Hygiene Habits – Showering, Hand Washing, Tooth Brushing, Face Washing

Educational video for children to learn several personal hygiene habits. Apart from washing our hands, there are other personal hygiene habits essential to looking after our body. One of the most important ones is to shower at least once a day, especially after doing sports. While showering, we apply soap on our body and head, and then we rinse off. When we finish our shower, it is important to dry off using a clean towel! We should also comb our hair, use clean clothes and cut our fingernails, as they grow. Other relevant hygiene habits are brushing our teeth after every meal and washing our face before going to bed and after getting up. Remember that hygiene is important, to feel clean and healthy.

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15 PERSONAL HYGIENE RULES WE BREAK EVERY DAY

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Toxins in Everyday Household Products with Anne Steinemann PhD


Toxins in Every Day Household Products Anne Steinemann PhD. Radio Host, Lynn Argent of Living in a Chemical Soup.

“Fragranced consumer products seem to be a major source of problems and adverse affects… So, I wondered what was in all of these products, causing all of these adverse health affects. The health affects people have told me about were such things as headaches, breathing difficulties, dizziness, asthma attacks, seizures and even loss of consciousness. I’ve witnessed people lose consciousness and have seizures around exposures to things like air fresheners or dyer sheets” shares Dr. Steinemann.

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26 DIY AROMATHERAPY IDEAS YOU’LL LOVE

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5 Homemade Cleaners! DIY Cleaning Products! Easy Ways to Save Money & Stay Clean! (Clean My Space)


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You likely have all these items in your house as it stands; so this should be relatively simple to put together.

Remember, it is wise to use these as a compliment to products you buy in-store. Store bought products and homemade products both serve a purpose. I use about 50% store bought and 50% homemade cleaners in my house.

The 4 key ingredients you’ll require are:

Vinegar – mild disinfectant, grease cutter, de-scaler, glass cleaner

Dish soap – neutral pH – gentle and safe on essentially every surface and a mild soap that can lifts off dirt and grime

Rubbing alcohol – at least 65% USP in order for it to qualify as a disinfectant, can be mixed with water

Hydrogen peroxide – naturally occurring bleach, used in Oxy powders. Uses oxygen to break bonds between dirt and bacteria and the surface they are on. A great disinfectant, stain remover and natural whitener.

Baking soda – abrasion, deodorizing, great for replacing a scouring powder. It’s not actually used in any of the recipes but can be used to boost cleaning power by sprinkling on a sprayed surface.

If you wish to, select an essential oil that you like (and perhaps has some extra beneficial properties) and add 10 drops to the bottle.

Here are the recipes:

Glass cleaner – 50/50 water and vinegar mix, use to clean windows and mirrors – smell dissipates quickly

Disinfectant – 50/50 water and rubbing alcohol, use to spray and leave after you’ve cleaned a surface, only use where required i.e. points of contact, cutting boards, bathrooms etc. Note that a disinfectant does not necessarily clean (i.e. lift dirt off) so this is the 2nd part of a two-step cleaning process (first part is the actual cleaning with a cleaner).

All-purpose cleaner – 1-2 tbsp dish soap per bottle of water. Great to use for cleaning kitchen, bathroom surfaces, hallways, most furniture. Won’t leave residue behind. If you are finding residue, reduce the amount of dish liquid being used (they vary in recipes).

Tub and tile cleaner/degreaser – 1 cup vinegar, 1 cup dish liquid. Use for soap scum on tiles and glass, greasy kitchens etc. Spray, let it sit for 5 minutes and start to clean.

Stain remover – 1 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 cup dish liquid. Amazing, simply spray on a stain, rub it in, rinse it out. Can also be used as a pre-treatment for stains. Test in an inconspicuous area first as the hydrogen peroxide may discolour.

Some general tips:

Label bottles using easel tape and a permanent marker (easel tape is much easier to remove than a sticker label and is more water-resistant). Label the ingredients, date and name of product.

Use clean bottles and triggers only – don’t use a bottle from another product until the trigger and bottle have been thoroughly rinsed and do not spray out or smell like the old product.

Use different shapes, colours and sizes of bottles if possible to further ensure you are using the correct product.

Make enough for 1-2 months of use and that’s it. These don’t have the same stabilizers that store-bought products do. Less additives means lower shelf-life.

Never mix a recipe that you make up yourself without checking to see if it is safe to do, some items you cannot mix together!

Remember, a cleaner does not disinfect and a disinfectant does not clean – clean first, disinfect second (many store-bought products can do both).

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How to Make Homemade Natural Household Cleaners | The Live Well Network | Babble


Discover how to make homemade, natural cleaners tough enough to clean mold and even your dirty microwave. An excellent money saver!

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The WORLD’S BEST DIY Carpet Cleaning Solution Mixture (EFFECTIVE & CHEAP!)


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Personal Hygiene: Appearance, Behaviors, Health & Handwashing

The Ottawa County Health Department along with MacMedia produced this educational video for food service organizations and their employees.

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