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Celebrate #EarthDay with 5 cool facts about the only home we currently have in the Universe.

Steven Hutchinson

Whatever your belief about how we came to live on this planet, we're fortunate to be able to call Earth home. Here are 5 cool facts that you may not have known about our home:

1. Hang on! We're cruising around the Sun at the breakneck speed of about 67,000 miles per hour. 

2. Even at that speed, it takes us 365 days to go around the big fiery ball since it is 93 million miles away. Fortunately, that's just the right distance--the Goldilocks habitable zone--any closer, and we burn up; any further, and we freeze. Whew!

3. In addition, depending on where you're currently standing on the planet, you could be spinning at up to 1,000 mph (at the equator; standing still at the poles). Good luck holding on to a merry-go-round at that speed. 

4. We just moved in. The Earth is about 4.54 billion years old, but our ancestors only unpacked their boxes about 200,000 years ago, and they only started hanging out in a civilization about 6,000 years ago. 

5. Scientist believe there may be 40 billion other habitable planets in the Universe. Don't start making travel plans, however; the nearest, Kapteyn-b, is 12.8 light years away--that's over 76 trillion miles away! And who knows whether the inhabitants already there would appreciate us dropping in? Better phone ahead. 

In the meantime, let's enjoy and care for this big blue ball hurtling us through the void of space.

Keep your activewear looking great and performing as hard as you do.

Steven Hutchinson

Your expensive activewear helps you perform at your best and look good while you're doing it. Unfortunately, all that exercise results in sweat, dead skin cells, and oils from your body that are absorbed by the fabric causing them to stink and irritate your skin. But you can't just wash the high-performance fabrics with ordinary laundry products. These contain sodium laurel sulfate (SLS), dyes, and chlorine bleach, which weaken the fibers, destroy the wicking and anti-bacterial capabilities, and dull the colors. These products not only don't remove the bacteria and odors, they make matters worse by coating the fabric and trapping scum in the fibers--even after you wash, the odor-causing bacteria remains. 

The all-natural truSheet not only safely cleans your activewear so that it maintains its beauty and wicking and antibacterial capabilities, but the it also continuously treats the garments with every wash to prevent bacteria and odors.

Pre-treat any stains by rubbing with the truSheet, toss it all into the washer along with the truSheet, and then transfer everything into the dryer and dry on low temperature. Perform at your best and look and smell good doing it.

Do you know what harmful toxic chemicals are in your laundry room?

Steven Hutchinson

A university study identified that top-selling laundry products emitted dozens of different chemicals, including some listed as toxic or hazardous under federal laws, and none of these chemicals was listed on the product labels.

These products emitted nearly 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including one or more carcinogenic hazardous air pollutants that are considered by the Environmental Protection Agency to have no safe exposure level. Two of the carcinogens were acetaldehyde and benzene, which affect not only personal health but also public and environmental health since these can get into the air, down the drain, and into water bodies.

7 key toxic chemicals in laundry detergents:

Synthetic Fragrances: These are created by combining a number of chemicals that are the primary concern for your health and environment.

Cleaning agents (surfactants): These are chemicals such as quaternium-15, diethanolamine, nonlphenol ethoxylate or NPE, linear alkyl benzene sulfonates or LAS, and petroleum distillates. The dangers with these include the release of formaldehyde and benzene, known carcinogens, skin and eye irritation, damage to liver, nerves, and hormones, as well as the environment.

Stabilizers: These chemicals are preservatives like polyalkylene oxide or ethylene oxide, which are linked with eye and lung irritation and dermatitis.

Bleach: Bleach, used separately or included in the detergent, is known to irritate skin, eyes, and lungs. When mixed with wastewater, it can form toxic organic compounds that have been linked with respiratory issues, liver, and kidney damage.

1,4-dioxane: This is a chemical by-product of detergent manufacturing found in products such as Tide Free & Gentle and regular Tide.

Brighteners: Brighteners are not making fabric cleaner, they are chemicals that remain on the clothes to absorb UV light and reflect blue light to make the clothes appear brighter. These chemicals include naphthotriazolystilbenes, benzoxazolyl, and diaminostilbene disulfonate and are linked to developmental and reproductive defects.

Phosphates & EDTA: These chemicals are softeners and have long been associated with environmental damage to waterways and animals. 



University of Washington, “Toxic Chemicals Found in Common Scented Laundry Products, Air Fresheners,” Science Daily, July 24, 2008,

Anne C. Steinemann, Lisa G. Gallagher, Amy L. Davis, Ian C. MacGregor, “Chemical emissions from residential dryer vents during use of fragranced laundry products,” Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 2011;