Last Saturday, I wrote about wood care products, several of which were made by the eco-masters over at Method. Now, thanks to a tip from an anonymous reader I have more news for Bostonians. Method has setup shop (temporarily) on Newbury Street.
The shop, located by the Hynes Convention subway stop, is open now through April 27th. Bring your old, toxic household cleaners to the Method shop and they'll properly dispose of them for you. They'll also give you some of their eco-alternatives to help you detox your home.
If you don't live in Boston or simply can't make it out to Newbury Street, you can go to the Method website and purchase a detox kit for $28. The detox kit includes french lavender all purpose cleaner, tub + tile spray, almond scented furniture polish (my fave!), a wood for good microfiber cloth, sea mineral hand wash, lemon ginger all floor cleaner, and pink grapefruit dish soap. With all of those great scents, what can go wrong?!
Another Earth Day treat - a Captain Planet marathon is playing on the Boomerang Channel today from 8am to 8pm. If you're a child of the 80's/90's, you'll love this. This is also a great time to get your kids into Captain Planet and his gang of Planeteers. It's not often that you find a TV show nowadays that actually has a message to it! Check out the amazon.com store to find Captain Planet on DVD. And remember, the power is YOURS!