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   How to know Cleaning Products Are Actually Safe
 

After all, what’s the point of fighting germs if the chemicals in the products can cause just as much harm if not more?and in daily How to know Cleaning Products Are Actually Safe?One of the major areas where health has become a concern is that of cleaning products.Because of patent laws in the U.S., we don’t actually know what’s in conventional cleaning formulas. Furthermore, current legislation allows U.S. manufacturers of cleaning products to use almost any ingredient they want.

 How to know Cleaning Products Are Actually Safe

You can actually make your own all-natural cleaning solutions. Now, before you start worrying about how much time and effort it takes, I would like to point out that sometimes it’s actually very simple to create your own cleaning solutions.

 

There is some good news when it comes to identifying harmful floor cleaner: Sometimes they make it really obvious to tell. For example, flip a bottle of cleaning solution over and if you see a skull and crossbones it’s a pretty good sign that it’s dangerous. Other signs include the words “Caution”, “Danger”, “Poisonous” and “Warning.”Another obvious warning sign is when you can’t find an ingredient list. Remember, because of patent laws these companies may not have to give out their recipes.

 

Knowing which chemicals to avoid can help you find the cleaning products that are safest to purchase. Some ingredients to avoid include ammonia, bleach, phalates, and formaldehyde. While there are a whole lot of harmful chemicals out there, this list of 8 harmful chemicals in cleaning products is a good place to start.

 

We all already know that just because something says “All Natural” doesn’t mean it really is. Since cleaning products aren’t really regulated, you can bet there are a lot of labeling tricks going on.Although it’s better than seeing a skull and crossbones, you’ll need to verify that the steam cleaner product is as natural as it says it is. So, how do you do this without getting overwhelmed? The Environmental Working Group has a database complete with a label decoder that helps you translate technical terms found on the labels of cleaning products.

 

In fact, the last legislation we had to regulate toxic chemicals was the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act. While there have been amendments made to it since then, the reality is, this legislation is totally outdated.To make matters worse, the U.S. government doesn’t review any of the products before they hit the market. Even currently proposed legislation masked as “reform” is pretty loose in its guidelines.However, despite this legislation, there are some ways to tell whether or not a vacuum cleaner product is safe to bring home. Use our guide to help you determine which cleaning products are actually safe.

 
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