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Green spring cleaning is not a hard task

Posted by : Felix Polding | On : January 11, 2019

As our lives become over-scheduled, busier and more stressful, Perth residents gravitate towards the latest products that promise to help us save some time and make our chores easier. For example, we can easily by bathroom and kitchen cleaning products in bottles. They promise to provide quick fix. However, did you ever think about what’s inside that bottle?

Choosing the type of cleaner you use is important whether you clean your house everyday, weekly or monthly. Most are made up of harsh cocktails of chemicals, which can be bad for your health and more especially to kids and elderly living with you. As people rethink what they’re bringing into their homes, they’re looking for greener solutions.

Today, many homeowners have switched to green cleaning solutions instead of using harsh cleaning products we can buy in groceries. By going green, no longer will there be chemicals absorbed into your skin or breathed when you use the products for cleaning. Health benefits extend to family members who are no longer breathing in cleaners lingering in the air and sitting on surfaces.

Unlike the traditional cleaning products you use, green cleaners do not release harmful chemicals into the environment. Hence, it helps reduce pollution to our waterways and the air and it minimizes your impact on ozone depletion and global climate change with fewer smog-producing chemicals.

Moreover, green cleaning products are safer. They don’t pose risk such as chemical burns to the cleaner’s skin and eyes. Green cleaners aren’t corrosive and meet strict standards regarding inhalation toxicity, combustibility and skin absorption.

Green cleaners are also cheaper compared to cleaning chemicals. Home cleaners such as vinegar, olive oil, lemon juice, etc. can do the trick for pennies on the dollar, compared to buying conventional cleaning products.

To learn more on green cleaning method, you should check out this article: https://thewest.com.au/lifestyle/home-decorating/spring-cleaning-is-a-green-dream-ng-b88898648z