Consumer Reports: Spring-Cleaning Dangers & Better AlternativesYou may be ready to launch into spring-cleaning mode. Be careful! Consumer Reports says that some cleaning products contain dangerous ingredients.
Simply Frugal LivingAndria Alexander, a mom of two, is helping KDKA Consumer Editor Susan Koeppen test name brand versus generic cleaning products.
Rinsing Money Down The Drain? Name Brand Vs. Generic Cleaning ProductsAmericans 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?
Study Finds Fragrant Cleaning Products May Be Bad For HealthDo 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.