How could your cleaner be greener

The impact that human beings have on the planet is quite staggering. In the past few hundred years, the state of the environment has decreased in huge ways, and there is not a lot that anyone seems to want to do about it, as saving the earth gets in the way of people’s daily lives. In a sense, there is a lot to be said for taking your part in the fight against climate change and the other problems that come with the pollution that humans give off, but there is more that you can do past the norms of driving less or eating non imported food; right down to the housework, there are things that can be done to ensure that you do your part to help save the world. Have a think about the origins of everything that you use to clean your house. Are you happy to say that you give your money in order to carry on the production of these things? At the heart of large businesses are many ways in which the earth and it’s environment are affected, so it is worth doing a little research in to how well you know your cleaning products, and the effect that they have on the planet you live on.

How could your cleaner be greener

Begin by having a look at the back of the bottles that your cleaning products come in, what kind of words do you see? Most cleaners will have to have warnings on the rear to ensure that they do not get in to the hands of children, who can be injured by them. Is this the kind of thing that you would be ok with washing your home with? Essentially, there will be times in your life where you will no doubt find that the chemicals that you are using to clean your house are more dangerous than the dirt that you are getting rid of! Still, cleaning is essential, and the dirt in your home will be harmful if not gotten rid of, so what to do?

Look in to eco-cleaners. There are products out there that are made using safe materials like plant extracts and minerals, which are much better for you, your family and the environment. You will find that the bottles are made from recycled plastic and can be refilled in order to reduce wastage and plastic production. The main issue with these products is that they tend to put a price on relieving your guilt, which means that they are a little more expensive than you may have wanted.

If you want to keep the costs down, then look into the slightly more bizarre products that can be used to clean the house without damaging the environment; people have used lemon, vinegar and baking powder for a long while to clean their homes in conjunction with other products like salt and traditional soap. If it works for them, then there is no reason that it should not work for you, so why not give it a go? There is a lot to be said for making up your own recipes for cleaning products rather than buying expensive dangerous ones, so have a look around on the net for recipes as to how best to clean certain things with these products. Lemon and vinegar are disinfectants because of their high acidity, whilst baking powder has a fizzing effect when mixed with liquid, which will help sped up the rate at which the cleaning power works.

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One Response to “How could your cleaner be greener”

  1. I would also suggest have more eco-friendly cleaners and supplies on hand for when you maid/cleaner comes in. I know that our family used to hire out a Polish cleaning team that did a bang-up job, so it was very easy for them to switch over to the green cleaning products that we suggested.

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