Go green clean! Natural remedies to clean your home

How many household cleaning products are sitting under your sink? Americans plunk down billions of dollars each year on germ warfare to keep their homes more sanitized and better smelling. Seeing that we all probably have at least a couple of cleaning products, the question is, are they all necessary? The even bigger question is: are they safe? Many say no. According to the EPA, many everyday household cleaners present a real health risk, and it's no wonder given their ingredients. Formaldehyde, petroleum and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) are just a few toxins proven to contribute to memory loss, asthma attacks and dizziness, to name just a few.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

How many household cleaning products are sitting under your sink? Americans plunk down billions of dollars each year on germ warfare to keep their homes more sanitized and better smelling. Seeing that we all probably have at least a couple of cleaning products, the question is, are they all necessary? The even bigger question is: are they safe?

Many say no. According to the EPA, many everyday household cleaners present a real health risk, and it's no wonder given their ingredients. Formaldehyde, petroleum and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) are just a few toxins proven to contribute to memory loss, asthma attacks and dizziness, to name just a few.

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