Did you know that consumer products such as cleaning detergents contribute an average of 20% pollution of indoor air quality? Various researchers have shown that these products released either volatile or semi-volatile organic substances responsible for air pollution. There is a high need to opt for natural cleaning products to maintain air quality in the home. P&M Indoor Air Quality services provide state of the art cleaning services. If you are looking for non-toxic cleaning supplies or information today is your lucky day.

Baking Soda
Baking soda is the best natural deodorizer with a mild abrasive action. You can use this for cleaning instead of the harsh commercial ones that reduce your home air quality. Baking soda is also easy to use. To remove food deposits in the sink, all you need to do is sprinkling it on a sponge and then scouring. If the grime is too tough, you can create a paste of the soda then applying it on the sink and let it stand for about 25 minutes.

White Vinegar
White vinegar is appreciated by many for its ability to soften clothes and reduces detergent residues. However, you need to be careful if your skin is sensitive. You can manage it by just adding a cup of vinegar to the laundry rinse cycle.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide has been used for cleaning for decades because it is not only cheap but also nontoxic. Apart from being antibacterial, hydrogen peroxide is antiviral which is why every home must have it for cleaning. It can be used to remove stains in carpets and on plastics.

Essential Oils
Homemade cleaning supplies must have essential oils. The oils are naturally antibacterial and also have the best smell. If you want to sanitize your kitchen or the bathroom, then the oils are a perfect solution.

Here are some of the all-natural cleaning essential oils:

•    Lemon
•    Tea Tree
•    Rosemary
•    White Orange
•    Lavender
•    Eucalyptus

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