What to Know About Organic Cleaning Products

Posted by [email protected] on 1/27/2020 to Cleaning Organically
What to Know About Organic Cleaning Products

There is no question on the importance of cleaning, especially when it comes to your home. Everyone understands how crucial it has become to keep our houses clean; especially given the amount of dirt and pollution that we consume outside our houses. 

A clean home contributes a lot to a healthy life. However, this contribution depends on how you clean your house. 

By now, we all have become aware of the importance of organic products for our food and skincare. We try to avoid food and skincare products, which have chemicals in it. What about cleaning products? Do we know what we are using and how badly it can affect us?

Are we well aware of how we should clean our houses so that the cleaning can contribute to making our lives healthier instead of degrading it more? The answer would be no. The time has come when we get aware and start using quality organic products to clean our houses. 

What are Organic Cleaning Products?

Organic cleaning products are chemical, toxic-free and are natural. You may be wondering why one should use them. What are the benefits? Here are a few important points:

  • Safe for Children: Your young toddlers are too young to understand the difference between what is safe to touch and what is not or what they can put in their mouth and what not to. As a parent, it is your responsibility to ensure that everything around your little one is chemical-free so that there can be no possible harm to your child. Use homemade cleaners and let them enjoy freely.
  • Cleaner Air: Most of the non-toxic home cleaners are not good for the air quality of your house. As per the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the air quality of the houses that use chemical cleaners is two to five times higher toxicity vis-à-vis the air outside our houses. Hence, the usage of non-toxic cleaners can help you breathe better air as well. 
  • Environmentally Friendly: The chemical-based cleaners are extremely harmful to our environment as well. As they seep into our drainage, they are extremely hard to be treated by the water treatment plants, especially for their volumes. This, over a while, proves very dangerous for the whole wildlife and natural resources that we are blessed with. 
  • Improved Health: Toxic chemical cleaners are known to pose several ill effects on health as well. This is especially true if you do not wear disposable facemasks while cleaning. Many people do not even think to do this because no one thinks of the damage seemingly harmless cleaners can do. Several studies have found that toxic chemicals have more chance of causing asthma, autism, childhood cancer, leukemia, and lesser sperm count. 

In case you are wondering what kind of cleaners should you use, replacing these chemicals based life-threatening ones, then worry not. Here we are, with a list compiled of cleaners for each of your requirements: 

Kitchen

The kitchen is the place most necessary to clean in the best possible manner. This is mainly because here lie the maximum chances of consuming chemicals. How? If a chemical is accidentally mixed with something that you are about to eat, it is only natural for it to get inside your body as well. 

Hence, we cannot be using chemical-based detergents to wash our dishes. Try some non-toxic options instead:

    • Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Dish Soap
    • Thrive Market Lavender Dish Soap
    • Honest Beauty Hypoallergenic Baby Dish Soap
    • Planet Inc Ultra Dishwashing Liquid
    • Seventh Generation Dishwasher Detergent Packs
    • Thrive Market Fragrance-Free Dishwasher Detergent Packs
    • Mrs. Meyers Basil Dishwasher Packs


Bathroom

Bathrooms are a dirty place. Much dirtier than most people realize and using chemical cleaners here doesn't make it too much better. Even though chemical cleaners can sanitize, the lingering fumes can make it tough to breathe which can lead to lightheadedness, headaches, or vomiting in extreme cases. We know it is important to keep the buckets, tubs, toilets, and shower cleaned but using natural cleaners makes it so that there is no chance of being negatively affected. Use the following natural cleaners for keeping your bathroom chemical free:

    • Method Bathroom Cleaner
    • Brandless Tub and Tile Cleaner
    • Seventh Generation Toilet Bowl Cleaner
    • Ecover Pine Fresh Toilet Bowl Cleaner
    • Method Toilet Bowl Cleaner
    • Brandless Toilet Bowl Cleaner


Laundry

What we wash our clothes and bedding in is hugely important because chemicals in your clothes can absorb through your skin and lead to irritation. Harsh chemicals are known for giving several serious skin allergies and diseases. 

Things used very often such as towels, wearing clothes, bedsheets, rugs, handkerchiefs and other things, should be washed without harsh chemical contact so there’s no compromise. Here are a few organic laundry options:

    • Thrive Market Fragrance-Free Laundry Detergent
    • Ecover Fresh Fabric Softener
    • Puracy Natural Stain Remover
    • Nellie’s All-Natural Oxygen Brightener Pouches
    • Mrs. Meyers Lavender Laundry Detergent
    • Seventh Generation Chlorine-Free Bleach
    • Biokleen Stain and Odor Remover


General Household Cleaning

Cleaners for furniture, cupboards, floors and other things in your home may come a little lower on the list but are no less important. Although, you may not touch them regularly but are exposed to occasionally and lingering chemicals can still be harmful to you. Alternatively, you can use natural cleaners here such as:

    • Bon Ami Cleaning Powder
    • Biokleen Stain and Odor Remover
    • Truce Wood Cleaner
    • Method Stainless Steel Cleaner
    • Biokleen Drain Cleaner
    • Ecos Enzyme Drain Maintainer
    • Ecos Furniture Polish
    • Aunt Frannie’s Floor Cleaner


Glass Cleaners

When it is time to clean the spots, streaks, and dirt from glass, mirrors, sliding doors, and hutches, you usually encounter harsh cleaners. Despite the streak-free shine of Windex, there are other natural, organic glass cleaners you can use. See below:

    • Thrive Market Glass and Mirror Cleaner
    • Green Shield Organic Glass Cleaner
    • Brandless Cucumber Mint Glass Cleaner
    • Biokleen Glass Cleaner Spray


This year, make a healthy life your resolution and say goodbye to the chemicals in any form of your life. You can still get your house clean as a whistle and smelling fantastic with better organic cleaning products. After all, precaution is better than cure, isn’t it?

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