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post #1 of Old 07-11-2014, 01:05 AM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone! I'm a newbie still learning (planning stage). What green/eco-friendly products do you use & recommend for cleaning? Are there green/eco disinfectants (for use in the bathroom/toilet)? What products work well on kitchen cabinets & I was also wondering what you use for cabinets that are painted?
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I am very new to this. I like simple green, but I am unsure about it on marble. It says its okay if its diluted, but i would like to know. I am just getting new clients and both of them have really nice homes with expensive looking countertops
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Hi Splost! Yes I also just bought some Simple Green All purpose the other day. I've been using around the house & It works pretty well. I don't know about marble since I have granite countertops though. Let me know if you find any other "green" products that work well.
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Hi everyone! I'm a newbie still learning (planning stage). What green/eco-friendly products do you use & recommend for cleaning? Are there green/eco disinfectants (for use in the bathroom/toilet)? What products work well on kitchen cabinets & I was also wondering what you use for cabinets that are painted?
Thank you kindly,
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Actually, our residence is besides Denver carpet cleaning company so we are kind of aware about what they use for cleaning. I think, a dilute mixture of neem oil and hot soap water is best for cleaning the stains.
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