What You Need to Know about Housecleaning Products

Women have relied on the petro-chemical industry to provide safe and effective housecleaning products since the beginning of the 20th Century. Now however, we are discovering that many of the products we all thought were safe actually have negative effects on our long-term health and the environment. There is an increasing interest in safeguarding our families' health and the world in which we all have to live.

A number of both large and small manufacturers are making non-toxic cleaning products in response to increasing consumer demand. Many of these products are quickly identified by the names and by the earth-friendy cleaning products terminology clearly marked on the labels. As with all products, buyer beware!

Read all warning labels carefully, and follow any safety precautions suggested.

In addition to understanding the claims listed on the bottles it is also important that we understand the limitations of houscleaning disinfectants.

Chemicals are not our only option for effective cleaning. Four branches of scientific research bring us four very different families of cleaning and disinfecting products:

Chemical Products

Green Cleaning Products from Biology and Biochemistry

A great example of a really effective biochemical product is the products that are available to deal with pet stain removal

Earth Friendly Products from the Physics Labs
Other disciplines also can contribute to our overall health and well-being.

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