Why Nontoxic Cleaners?
What's the big deal about choosing nontoxic cleaners in your home?
Well, let me ask you this, if you found out that the cleaners you are currently using could cause cancer, damage hormones or cause other serious health problems for you and your family, would that be important to you? If I told you that toxic chemicals found in common household cleaners, pollute our public water supply, would that be important to you?
Most cleaners used today are made with petroleum based solvents which are known
Many household cleaners also contain phlalates which are known to be hormone disruptors. These chemicals also end up in our water after they have gone down our drains.
By using nontoxic cleaners, you will eliminate one of the most dangerous sources of health hazards in your home and help to reduce environmental pollution.
The nontoxic cleaner I use and recommend is called Enviro-One. This green, nontoxic cleaner is one of the purest natural cleaners available in today's market. Enviro-One cleaner can address your toughest cleaning problems, including even pet urine. Enviro-One also has a vegetable wash and even a personal cleansing wash made from all natural ingredients. To learn more about
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Consider the Health Hazards
According to the EPA, hazardous household cleaning products are the second most common source of pediatric poisonings and are associated with an annual average of 39 deaths of children under age 5, with an estimated 87,700 children being treated each year in the hospital. With Enviro-One cleaner, this danger is eliminated. If a child managed to drink it, they would not suffer harm.
Dishwasher detergents contain the most dangerous chemicals in the kitchen, accidentally poisoning more small children than any other household chemical. Even if you do not have children, the fumes from dishwasher detergents cause numerous adult aliments ranging from headaches to irritability.
In addition to dishwasher detergents, all-purpose cleaners, ammonia-based cleaners, liquid dish soaps, bleach, disinfectants, drain cleaners, glass cleaners, and scouring powder contain dangerous chemicals.
Carpet cleaners, room deodorizers, laundry softeners, laundry detergents, anti-cling sheets, mold and mildew cleaners, and spot removers all usually contain irritant or toxic substances.
How many of these toxic products are in your home right now?
Here is a Checklist of What to Avoid:
Are you beginning to see why using nontoxic cleaners such as Enviro-One is so important. If you are looking for cleaning products that can clean as well as, or even better than most well-known national brands but without the dangerous chemicals that can bring harm to you and our environment, this is the ONE.
Here is a
list of cancer causing chemicals
that you can feel certain that you are avoiding when you use nontoxic cleaners such as Enviro-One.
Nontoxic Cleaners Help Our Environment
Chemical residues from petroleum based cleaning products harm our environment and pollute our water. This toxic waste goes into our drainage systems, creating environmental pollution. Even after passing through water purification plants, hazardous toxins will remain, causing our drinking water to be unsafe.
This is why I recommend using a
You may also want to consider using an indoor air purification system to help insure that the air you and your family breaths is as fresh and pure as possible.
Congratulations! By making a commitment to use nontoxic cleaners in your home, you have taken an important step toward creating a nontoxic environment in your home.