How do you save energy cleaning?

Posted by JMom | Wednesday, June 11, 2008 | | 0 comments »

5238dd240x180publicThe answer seems obvious. If you don't want to spend energy cleaning, then sit on the couch with a bowl of bonbons and watch TV. Well, at least that's what I would do.

Apparently, there's other ways to save energy. Not YOUR energy, mind you, but electricity. There's still the best solution of saving energy which is to not turn it on in the first place, but we've already said that solution is out. Especially if you just have to have some cleaning done. Well, there's always the good ol' elbow grease method. Don't use any tools to help you clean, do it the old fashioned way. Bring out the mop and bucket, soap and ammonia, get on your knees and start scrubbing. That doesn't work for you either, eh? Me neither.

So, I guess we are left with the Dirt Devil. No, you don't have to sell your soul, just use their appliances. The Dirt Devil vacuum cleaners, the new AccuCharge Stick Vac and Hand Vac use seventy percent less energy because they charge faster and thus use less power. This energy efficiency earns the AccuCharge vac the Energy Star label which is only awarded to appliances that conform to the conservation measures set forth by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy to help us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.

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