Sparkling bathroom tiles… that fresh “lemon” scent… crystal clear windows…disinfected cutting boards...
Whatever the use, you go to the grocery store and pick up any one of dozens of cleaning products.
They bubble so you know they’re working…
And you’ve been trained to think a smell is an indication of cleanliness.
But there’s something notably missing from many of these products.
AN INGREDIENT LIST!
The DIRTY TRUTH about conventional cleaning products is that manufacturers aren’t required to display the ingredients in their cleaners – which is exactly HOW they’re able to hide carcinogens and hazardous chemicals.
Indeed, the EWG (Environmental Working Group) investigated more than 2,000 cleaners and found them seriously lacking when it comes to safety.
- Fumes from some have been found to CAUSE asthma!
- Formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane are in name-brand cleaners – both are CARCINOGENS.
- Some can irritate your lungs, cause organ damage, and burn your skin and eyes.
...It’s no wonder why they’d want to hide their ingredients!
Today, I’m going to give you a few alternatives...
These WORK—andthey won’t put you at risk.
The ONLY 3 cleaning products you need
You probably have a cleaning product for every need under the sink. Window cleaner… counters… bathroom tile… toilet bowl cleaner… the list goes on and on.
It’s time to ditch all cancer-causing cleaners and use these three products you probably already have in your cabinets – that AREN’T locked. (That’s a sure sign this move will reduce your risk of getting sick, right?!)
Here’s the entire list of everything you need:
- Baking soda
Vinegar is naturally anti-bacterial. It’s a fabric softener and stain remover. It’s even streak-free!
Baking soda can be combined with water and made into a paste. It’ll make your pots shiny again and remove the mildew in your bathroom.
You can use plain-old soap and water to disinfect your cutting board or clean virtually anything else.
If you still want that lemony scent, squeeze a little bit of lemon juice into whatever you’re using.
Of course, you can also turn to “green” cleansers. You’ll pay a little more, but these products usually proudly display their ingredients on their label so you know EXACTLY what you’re spraying all over your house.