Cleaning products often get a bad rep for ingredients that they can’t verify as organic or vegan or cruelty-free. And you thought those labels are exclusive to cosmetics. With concerns voiced about ingredients first and brand names later, all that you’re left to do is check which cleaning solutions are environment-friendly enough to stock in your cupboard. Listing them down for referential purposes would be a nice way to develop a checklist for keepsake later on.
Equate Pure Castile Soap
Cleaning solutions that are sold in liquid form in bottles are either poured in a basin of water for dilution or diluted straight in another bottle with a spray spout. Equate Pure Castile Soap is one of the all-purpose products that immediately come to mind based on recommendations for its organic ingredients like olive oil, oleic acid, sodium chloride and citric acid to name some of its most environment-friendly ingredients. Most homemakers liked its peppermint scent. Not too strong but not too mild to not notice. Sometimes a good cleaning agent is identified by its scent.
Green Shield Organic All-Purpose Degrease
Cleaning items that come with degreasing ability come handy for homemakers that needed for upholstery cleaning, carpet cleaning, rug cleaning and more. It doesn’t matter why some seat covers or clothes got greased. Sometimes carpets too. What matters is a cleaning solution like this all-purpose cleaner comes handy without going the chemical route in getting the job done. Environment concerns are immediately addressed the moment you see on the label ingredients like quillaja saponaria (soap bark), citric acid, glycerin soja (soybean) oil, and citrus media Limousin (lemon) extract.
Heinz All Natural Cleaning Vinegar
Not all types of vinegar have this strong scent when used for cleaning. In the same vein, not all types of vinegar are exclusively for dips used for Asian finger foods. What made vinegar a tolerable cleaning agent for some Asian households is that products that doesn’t leave a strong scent for hours while being efficient at cleaning at the same time is a good product to use. Some homemakers end up switching to this product since what could be more organic than vinegar? The scent doesn’t stay long enough to give guests the impression that the home owners left some vinegar uncovered after eating a plate of pork cracklings. Vinegar is also commonly used in professional house cleaning services and even local hotels for housekeeping.
Dr Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap
At the end of the day, lavender-scented liquid soaps make the cut because of the way it reminded you of spas. Cleanliness is not only seen but the smell should back up the appearance of cleanliness. So once you check the label for the lavender-scented variant of this castile liquid soap, you’d see lavandula angustifolia extract, lavandia angustifolia oil and other lavender-based items that are mixed together with other oils that contribute to the product’s efficiency. Olive oil and coconut oil in the same bottle of cleaning solutions? It’s a bang for your buck.
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