How to select eco-friendly cleaning products

If your having issues pronouncing the active ingredients on a cleaning product its probably not good for your health. To maintain “eco-spaces” the products used to clean each area is crucial. Common household items such as baking soda, lemon, or vinegar dissolved in water can prove to be just as effective cleaning various aspects of a residence versus their name brand counterparts. If you’re an avid DIY warrior, investigate which household product can create a cleaning solution fit for your next cleaning job. Cleaning products for both households and commercial use have a variety of options on the market. There is certainly a forward movement regarding the evolution of cleaning products, consumers are more aware and demand to know how the components of our cleaners adversely affect our health and wellness.

Due to this surge in the health and wellness sector over the past decade, a demand for health and eco-friendly cleaning products has emerged. The key to choosing a healthier cleaning product is to understand what degree of clean is required and the type of surface or space to be cleaned. You will potentially have to do some research because, we have grown accustom to using what we have been seeing our parents use throughout the generations. Currently there are a few companies such as Seventh Generation, Clean Well, Puracy and Babyganics that are on the rise and are dedicated to protecting our environment through their products. As a cleaning company AMAH’s team is dedicated to cleaning the “green way”, adapting cleaning methodologies that does not harm people, pets and our environment. We rely on standards produced by third party certification agencies such as Green Seal, ECOLOGO, and Environmental Working Group (EWG) to choose the right product for the job.