Special Stain Remover for Laundry
Diy home made cleaning products are more popular than ever, and this natural cleaning product stain remover for your laundry is inexpensive and easy to make. With so many choices of stain removers available on the market today, it's difficult to know which is best, but once you try making some of your own natural cleaning solutions you will look at laundry a whole new way. This diy natural cleaning product stain remover for your laundry is a powerful stain remover and laundry pre-treater that you can feel safe about using in your home and for your family. The best part about this home made cleaning product is that it is inexpensive and non-toxic. This natural cleaning product rates an A on the Environmental Workers Group site which is the best rating you can get, so you can feel good about using it. After trying this homemade stain remover, you might also consider making your laundry detergent, with a recipe that can also be found on the site. This easy to make recipe has simple ingredients such as Borax, and Baking soda and will cost you only pennies a load, a big difference than what store-bought laundry detergents will cost you. The best thing about making home made cleaning products is that you not only save money, but you know exactly the ingredients that go into the cleaning solution.
If you are not familiar with the Environmental Workers Group or EWG site, you will want to take a look. On this site, you will find more than 2,000 common household cleaning products that help consumers know exactly what ingredients are in the products they use. Products on the site are given a ranking with A being the lowest of concern with no known or hazards suspected to health or the environment to a rating of F, which is the highest of concern with potentially significant hazards to health or the environment. This is a great site if you want to see what non-toxic cleaners and home cleaners rank best, and how the eco-friendly cleaning supplies you use rank. You can't always tell what is in typical cleaning products just by looking at the bottle. This is because cleaning products, unlike foods, cosmetics, beverages and other personal care products are not required by federal law to list all of the ingredients. This means that manufacturers of household cleaners don't have to let you know all those risky chemicals that they add to their products. Some cleaning supple can trigger asthma attacks or skin rashes, and others have ingredients that may be linked to caner. When consumers don't have full disclosure, they lack the key information needed to make informed product purchases.
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