4 Ways To Make Your Cleaning Green

By December 7, 2017Waste Disposal

More and more people are beginning to understand the negative impact of their traditional cleaning products on their health and environment as a whole; so many are now considering Green cleaning products. The best part about Green cleaning products is that they are just as effective as their toxic predecessor’s traditional cleaning products. So, below is our top 4 ways on how you can make cleaning green.

As stated earlier petroleum-based cleaning product won’t do you any good, so it’s advisable to use green cleaning products that are safe for your health and the environment. Nowadays, there are vast numbers of environmentally friendly cleaning products sharing shelf space with favorite traditional brands space in a grocery store (so they are more accessible).

One of the best things about green cleaning products is that you can easily DIY with the everyday things in your home. An example is cleaning any part of your home with vinegar and baking soda by mixing them with water.

  1. Carpet Deodorizing

Do you wish to get rid of bad smelling odor in your carpet? Then you can quickly sprinkle some baking soda (allow it to absorb the odors), and then vacuum it all up. So you don’t have to spend your cash on buying expensive cleaning deodorizing product. Baking soda is the solution you’ve been looking for, to get rid of your bad smelling carpet.

  1. Clean Air

Do you know you can quickly clean the air in your home? You can quickly do this, by adding cinnamon, herbs of your choice and cloves to boiled clean water. In some couple of hours, you have a beautiful aroma flowing in your home. You can additionally plant green leaves like the broad-green leaf variety, to help improve the air quality in your home.

  1. Dispose Properly

Always make sure you dispose of your traditional cleaning product the right way because pouring them into your toilet or landfill are not the best thing to do. Instead, ask around for municipality near your area so that you can dispose of them.

The bottom line is, you can go green without sacrificing your functionality. So are you still on the fence of go green?  Try and see how easy it is to be green!

 

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