Toxicity…do most of us really understand the meaning of this word? Is it possible for you to repeat this word very fast ten times? Whatever said and done we all are aware that it has become a part of our day to day life.
We all know that all of us are exposed to an unbelievable selection of toxins in our regular life. There are number of “toxins” in the environment and every one of them has some amount of toxicity in it. We can determine toxicity in a number of different ways.
If you are interested in a clean house, it is good to understand it to some extend to be able to safeguard yourself and your loved ones from this health hazard. We may also like to know can one respond to it and what does one do?
There are a number of things which you can do as an enthusiastic house cleaner. To begin with you must limit the exposure. It is a good idea to read the labels carefully and try to use nontoxic cleaning products. As far as possible don’t use indoor pesticides.
The next thing to keep in mind is to minimize exposure for people all around. Luckily it is possible to get lot of effective and environment friendly cleaners. You can also make some of them yourself. You can get an effective toilet-bowl stain remover by mixing borax with lemon juice. It is possible to use white vinegar for disinfecting kitchens and bathrooms. You can buy Bon Ami from hardware stores or supermarkets, which are a cleaner with borax and has been in the market for over 50 years. It is absolutely safe for cleaning pots, sinks, pans, insides of the oven as well as all corroded surfaces.
When you use eco friendly products you will automatically decrease toxic load of your home and even outside. Such eco friendly cleaners protect your health as well as the society. It plays an important role in decreasing ground, air and water pollution.
Now the question is why aren’t all the people doing it? The fact remains that there are hardly any people who really checks labels. It is not too late even now. Make sure that you read the label and make yourself a “green cleaner.”
It is important to realize that all “green” products are not made equal and this you can make out by reading the label. You can check the labels for harmful chemicals like ammonia, chlorine as well as artificial dyes and fragrances.