Meet Dan Brown
I’ve been interested in natural health solutions my whole life. Having been raised by two doctors, I always had natural interest in science and medicine. As a professional cleaner for over 30 years, I’ve studied the effects of chemicals on the environment, on homes, apartments, and people.
The strongest chemicals for cleaning are often the most hazardous to your health. Chlorine Bleach does a fantastic job cleaning, but you really don’t want it in the wrong place. To use the best chemicals to clean windows, carpet, and stone meant I had to work closely with them every day. Eventually I found out that organic cleaners were much friendlier on my system, and even worked better in many cases. However, there are still times when situations call for synthetic cleaners. For example, we use Diamond Magic to clean hard water spots on glass doors and windows. This is one of the many great products we carry in our store.
Five years ago I was introduced to an alternative and great compliment to western treatments: essential oils. These highly-concentrated extracts of plants have an amazing range of uses, and not just for cleaning. My daughter used a blend to help her play varsity soccer at Lahainaluna. The whole family uses peppermint oil every time we go on a whale watch which helps against seasickness. And they’re a primary ingredient in the DBCC All-Natural, All-Purpose Cleaner that my professional cleaning crew uses everyday. Come visit us just 8 miles from Lahaina, and we’d love to share a free sample with you. BYOB! (Don’t worry, we have extra spray bottles in stock too)
We began to carry the oils in our store, and they quickly became a best-seller! These pure and powerful concentrates essentially became my natural choice. They had such a positive impact on my life that I began to study them intently. To share my knowledge and help everyone upgrade to all-natural solutions that are healthy for you, your home, and our planet, I offer personal and group classes on how to get clean and stay clean!
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