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post #1 of Old 04-07-2017, 07:18 AM Thread Starter
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Why maximum professional cleaners use chemical products for cleaning?

Discussion about "Many of the professional cleaners are used chemical products for cleaning" Everyone know about that toxic cleaning products affects our health but still why most of the people choose toxic products.
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Hi, I agree with you a lot of companies use chemical products or hazardous materials while cleaning, although they know they are harmful but still they use it. So it is very essential for customers before hiring any professional cleaners they should know are professionals are organic cleaners or not? Nowadays, every janitorial service firm is going green, which means instead of using harmful chemicals, they are using green chemicals for cleaning. Green cleaning of your workplace is safe because green chemicals, unlike conventional chemicals, are not harmful for your health.

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I would like to know how you KNOW a particular product is safe and not harmful. I dont know about you, but I do NOT trust our government to give us correct information all the time.

I use products made by companies who advertise and make it their slogan that their products are safe. And of course, there is good old vinegar.

So, tell me: how do you KNOW your cleaning products are truly safe?????
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