Offering cleaning advice, tips, and answers to green homekeeping questions, the Clean Green Talkradio show on I Heart Radio features commentary and troubleshooting from Atlanta-based Maid Brigade Consumer Health Advocate, Marie Stegner, alongside creator and co-host, Leslie Reichert.
Maid Brigade is the leading house cleaning franchise and the only maid service that is Green Clean Certified®. Stegner is the company’s consumer health advocate, a registered nurse, and mother of three. She hopes to bring to I Heart Radio listeners the real and potential risks associated with the ingredients in cleaning products so they can make informed decisions for the well-being of their families.
“I think of Clean Green Talk as bringing the Maid Brigade consumer health advocacy mission to the airwaves,” comments Stegner. “Our listeners get tips and advice that can help them have a clean, safe, and healthy home quickly – so they have more time to do the things they love.”
Reichert created Clean Green Talk in 2013 to encourage others in the “art” of green homekeeping. The following for the show has rapidly grown to more than 20,000 listeners each week.
“Our show is so much fun,” Reichert says. “I can’t imagine doing it without Marie. It's like having a few friends over and talking about things over a cup of coffee.“
Founder and president of The Green-Clean University, a cleaning coach and author, and a nationally recognized green expert, Reichert uses her passion for cleaning and quality of life to encourage fans and followers to think differently about their cleaning products.
Recent Clean Green Talk shows feature getting organized for 2014, how to select the perfect vacuum, and TASKERCIZING. Stegner and Reichert’s special guests have included Matt Paxton from A&E’s The Hoarders, Christine Salberg of Sort and Toss, and nationally known, cLean Momma, Carolyn Barnes.
Clean Green Talk airs Tuesdays at 9 a.m. EST on I Heart Radio. It is a free, one-hour show. Previously aired podcasts are available to download at www.maidbrigade.com/talk-radio. Listeners can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.