Cleaning Products

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Andria Alexander, a mom of two, is helping KDKA Consumer Editor Susan Koeppen test name brand versus generic cleaning products.


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Rinsing Money Down The Drain? Name Brand Vs. Generic Cleaning Products

Americans spend $9.7 billion a year on household cleaning supplies. That’s a lot of money. But do you need to clean out your wallet to clean your house?


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Study Finds Fragrant Cleaning Products May Be Bad For Health

Do you buy cleaning products just because they smell good? A new study found that while pleasing to the nose, those fragrances could be bad for your health.



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