Cleaning Green

Toxicity. Do we actually understand the true meaning of this? Is it even possible for you to say the word ten times really fast? Whatever it is we know it has become a way of life.

It is given knowledge that we are exposed daily to an incredible array of toxins in our normal lives. They are “toxins” and each one has a certain magnitude of toxicity to it. Toxicity can be determined and evaluated in a lot of ways.

With an interest in a sparkling house you need to know a little bit about it to protect yourself, your family and anyone else whose house you clean.

The next query that you should ask yourself is: how can you respond and what can you do?

Well, as a dedicated house cleaner there is so much you can do. First, limit your exposure. Read labels carefully. Use nontoxic cleaning products. And avoid making use of indoor pesticides.

Next, cautiously limit the exposure of the people around you. Happily for you and your house there are plenty of effective, earth-safe cleaners that you can buy or make. Borax mixed with lemon juice will take out toilet-bowl stains. White vinegar is useful for disinfecting bathrooms and kitchens. Bon Ami, a borax-based powder cleanser sold in supermarkets and hardware stores for more than 50 years, safely cleans pots, pans, sinks, oven interiors along with other corroded surfaces.

Using these options will reduce the degree of toxicity in your house and more. Using environment-friendly cleaners will also protect your own health, your family and the whole community as well. It marginally lessens the air, water and ground pollution in the bigger picture.

So why is it that not all people are doing it? The sad truth is, only few people actually check labels. Start now. Take time to read them. Distinguish yourself as a “green cleaner.” Be a trendsetter. You can actually become a product toxicity home specialist.

The primary thing that you should know is that not all “green” products are created equal. Again, read and learn. Catch the ones that have been prettied up with essential oils. Check labels for irritating and toxic chemicals such as chlorine, ammonia and artificial fragrances and dyes.

Many people who “think green” are just now applying their philosophy to the dirt at hand. According to Marci Zaroff, former publisher of Macrocosm and CEO of Under the Canopy, an organic-fabric clothing company, “Eco-friendly green cleaning and laundry products are the next frontier of environmentalism. It’s an inexpensive, easy and effective way to protect our planet and commitment to life.”

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