Beeswax Wraps - infused with New Zealand Manuka Anti-Bacterial Oil - be plastic free....

Beeswax Wraps - infused with New Zealand Manuka Anti-Bacterial Oil - be plastic free....

Beeswax wraps keep food fresh.

Hygienic, Breathable, Washable and Durable.

100% pre-washed cotton infused with New Zealand Manuka Oil renown for anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.  Using New Zealand pure Beeswax wraps allows your food to breathe while slowing the rate of decomposition.  

Suitable for cheese, jams, left-overs, bread, sandwiches, vegetables and as reusable bowl covers.

 

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Mother's Day gift!

Mother's Day gift!
Treat Mum this Mother's Day with a beautiful diffuser!  Now in three styles including stylish white.  Running a special for all orders up until 31st May 2018.....  Receive an automatically added free Tea Tree Oil soap with any order.  Thank you to all the lovely people that visited our expo at Go Green and Waitakere Home & Garden this month.
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Exhibiting - Home & Garden Show - Waitakere Trusts Arena 27-29th April

Exhibiting - Home & Garden Show - Waitakere Trusts Arena 27-29th April

Looking forward to seeing my regular customers out West and making new ones at the Home & Garden Show - Trusts Arena, Waitakere 27-29th April.  I have a few free tickets if interested!  Email me; info@cleanfreshair.co.nz

We have some new products for you to come and see!  Everything Tea-Tree; anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral - all 100% natural.

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We are exhibiting at the Go Green Expo! 7-8th April - ASB Showgrounds - Auckland

We are exhibiting at the Go Green Expo! 7-8th April - ASB Showgrounds - Auckland

We will be exhibiting our complete range of Tea Tree Oil based products at special expo prices along with providing information at our seminar talk each day.  Protect your home and workplace naturally with ‘Clean Fresh Air’.  ALSO Enjoy the natural and yummy food products at the extended Better Food Fair aligned with this expo.

I have 12 free tickets to give away to loyal customers.  Please contact me if you would like one.  Deb.

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Research shows if you improve the air quality at work, you improve productivity

A recent study by teams from Harvard  Syracuse Universities have found that employees working in a 'green environment' (where ventilation was improved and levels of carbon dioxide and emissions were reduced), cognitive performance increased dramatically. Working in air-conditioned environments results in a cycling of shared air.  Improve the air you breathe by introducing not only live plants, but insist on placing units of our 100% natural evaporative gel on tops of Heat pumps and within air-con units.  Use our spray when cleaning filters.... 

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Announcing new products to our range!

Announcing new products to our range!

So excited to announce a new product to our range that will help balance mind, body and soul while helping to create a relaxed and purified environment - Clean Fresh Air - naturally. 

Our beautiful wood look diffusers (in light or dark wood) ultrasonically humidifies the air you breathe as the summer months rob us of needed moisture. 

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Spring is here!

Spring is here!

So good to know we can open our windows now and let fresh dry air in to ventilate our homes.  We spend nearly 90% of our time indoors, so indoor air quality is becoming increasingly recognised as a contributing factor in health.  Tip for today; houseplants such as spider plants and peace lilies act as living air purifiers, so bring nature indoors!  Look for us in the latest Spring edition of Living with Allergies magazine.

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Got a handle on those pesky black mould spots?

MOULD LOVES damp, cool, still air. It also loves to feed and expand on sources like cotton (backs of curtains), leather – your handbags and your leather shoes (nooooooo!), window sills, shower silicone, ceilings and dust.

Preventing mould in your home involves: -

  1. Eliminating or minimising sources of moisture
  2. Using a dehumidifier in damper areas of your home
  3. Insulating and heating your home
  4. Preventing air from getting trapped
  5. Cleaning regularly – preferably with natural products like our Tea-Tree spray
  6. Ventilating with open windows on sunny days.
  7. Popping a tub of our Tea-Tree evaporative gel open in problematic areas! 😊 

The main sources of moisture in New Zealand homes are cooking, showering, airing washing indoors, using un-flued gas heaters, and – for homes with raised timber floors – rising damp. 

More tips on minimising mould in our next blog! Ps…. Summer isn’t a myth.

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