The polluted air hanging over Kansas City is so foul that the federal government earlier this year gave bureaucrats an ultimatum to clean up the metro's act. But Andrea Barnett has a surprise for homeowners: The air in your house is just as nasty, and the chemicals in the cupboard are plenty toxic as well. Barnett is the manager for Return to Green, a new environmentally friendly cleaning-supplies store in Lee's Summit. It's the first of its kind in the Midwest — and the kind of place where there's no need for a call to the EPA if you accidentally spill a bunch of toilet-bowl cleaner. It's just a small storefront tacked onto the successful Magic Touch Cleaning service, which tidies up more than 160 local businesses with all-natural methods. But Barnett has done her research to find eco-approved cleaning agents that are just as cheap as the chemical stuff. Plus, Barnett says she plans to take a page out of Tupperware's book and start Green Home parties — and we all know nothing goes with a martini like a bottle of Mother Earth-approved window cleaner.