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Question DetailsAsked on 5/16/2011

Green cleaning products

I’m tired of paying more for green cleaning products that don’t work…

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Most green cleaning products are just as good as their chemical counterparts, but require a bit more time and elbow grease to work effectively. To avoid paying more for name-brands, try making your own cleaners with ingredients like baking soda. Check out eartheasy.com for ideas and help.

Answered 7 years ago by Angie's List

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i own and operate a cleaning company in naples, fl. we have tried different brands for green cleaning, and a lot of them work up to a point. So far nothing has worked like bleach does, to remove mold or mildew. Normally green cleaners only work on relatively clean areas. Not meant for deep cleaning.
Simple green is good, but could still make you sneaze.
Wow green makes good cleaning products, but a bit on the expensive side.
Same thing for Melaleuca.
But i would recommend these next two products:
1. Snap, which are highly concentrated, so usually you can mix one ounce per gallon, so you don't get exposed to the cleaners, even though most of them are eco-friendly.
http://www.marketamerica.com/
brands-228/snap.htm

2. Lotus Liquid Ozone cleaner. This is a new product we have been using, is a machine that makes water into liquid ozone, and cleans stronger than bleach. I would say it is the only true green product, with absolutely no chemicals that works just as good, if not better than bleach. You can follow this link to my suppliers page, which has more information on how it works.
http://www.g3o3.com/

I hope this information is of help to you.
Regards.
www.maidbest.com
http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=59507638&trk=tab_pro

Answered 7 years ago by maidbest




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