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By Pamela Rohland

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When Amilya Antonetti's newborn son became seriously ill,she was frantic. It wasn't until she kept a log of heractivities and his illnesses- included asthma, eczema andsevere colic- she realized his outbreaks coincided with hercleaning days. The products that Antonetti used contained chemicalsthat nearly killed her baby, who later was diagnosed with multiplechemical sensitivity. "It was a toxic time bomb," saysthe 32-year-old. "But I wondered how I was going to [clean]without these products."

From that moment on, Antonetti was on a mission. Unable to findall-natural products on the market, she sought advice from cleaningexperts of yesteryear. Elderly women explained how they once usedingredients like vinegar, lemons and baking soda to clean theirhomes.

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