Why I use non-toxic cleaners

Why do I use non-toxic cleaners? The simple answer is my son. It’s way safer for children than the traditional cleaners the rest of us grew up with.

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First, let’s go over all of the many wonderful reasons why non-toxic cleaners are better for everyone.

  1. Creates a safer home- Many traditional products are full of toxic chemicals and pose a risk to your children and pets. Switching to non-toxic cleaners minimizes your risk.
  2. Reduces the toxins in the air you breathe- Most traditional cleaners give warning not to breathe in the fumes. When using non-toxic cleaners you can reduce the amount of harmful toxins released into the air and that would get trapped inside your home.
  3. Less expensive- Right now ‘clean and green’ products are super trendy, which allows the market to price them competitively. You can also make your own cleaners at home, saving you a little extra cash.
  4. Helps the environment- I do pretty much anything I can right now to contribe to saving the world.(I know, I’m not dramatic at all) For real, I love purchasing any product that contributes to the environment some how. Every time you purchase a ‘clean and green’ product, you are speaking for sustainable practices, naturally derived ingredients and manufacturing products that don’t harm the environment.

Right now, there is a lot of concern about the coronavirus as it continues to spread. I am sure most people want to basically ‘Clorox’ everything to keep from getting it. I don’t blame you and I might too to be honest. However, for your everyday cleaning I recommend you start making the switch from traditional to non-toxic cleaning products as you use them up. As I stated above, there are so many benefits for you, your home and the world around you.

With Love,

LAB

 

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