The sparkle without the hazard
To keep our homes sparkling and sweet-smelling, we use a wide variety of soaps, detergents, bleaching agents, softeners, scourers, polishes and specialized cleaners for bathrooms, glass, drains and oven.
But while the chemicals in cleaners, bleach and disinfectants make our dishes, bathtubs and countertops gleaming and germ-free, many also contribute to indoor air pollution, are poisonous if ingested and can be harmful if inhaled or touched. In fact, some cleaners are among the most toxic products found in the home. In the year 2000, cleaning products were responsible for nearly 10% of all toxic exposures reported to U.S. Poison Control Centers, accounting for 206,636 calls. Of these, 120,434 exposures involved children under six, who can swallow or spill cleaners stored or left open inside the home.
Toxic ingredients in commercial cleaning products can cause acute or immediate, hazards such as: skin or respiratory irritation, watery eyes or chemical burns, while others are associated with chronic or long-term, effects such as cancer.
The Environmental Protection Agency designates the following household cleaning products as hazardous: oven cleaners Here you can create the content that will be used within the module.
Bioneat Household Products
Have industrial-strength cleaning power yet are all natural, 100% non-toxic and 100% biodegradable. Very few products can say that! If you are not sure if your product is toxic or harmful, be sure to check the label for warning statements.
- Multi Surface Household Cleaner
- Oven Cleaner
- Laundry Detergent
- Fruit & Veggie Wash
Household cleaning and disinfecting products are essential to have in any home. Whether you’re thinking of an essential weekly vacuuming or heavy-duty hand sanitizers for the home, you should be well versed in how to choose safe household cleaners and disinfectants. Disinfectants are among the most important because they stop germs from spreading. Germs can enter your home through the many cracks and crevices in your house and spread quickly if they’re not contained. Bleach is used frequently in disinfectants, and it is a highly effective way to kill off viruses and bacteria in your home.
If you think about it, your homes’ surfaces come into contact with more airborne pathogens than any other place in the world. Dust from outside the house can settle on your furnishings and your floors before it makes its way back into the house through cracks and crevices. For this reason, it’s essential to keep your surfaces clean and well-maintained so that you limit the exposure your family has to potentially harmful substances. Household cleaning and disinfecting products provide the right balance of sanitizing agents and protective cleaners to do just that.
When using household cleaning supplies and disinfectants, remember that they are meant to be used as directed. Use them in the right quantities and with the right type of chemical, and you’ll get plenty of benefits while avoiding risks. Use diluted chemicals whenever possible to dilute their effectiveness or risk using them in areas where they aren’t needed. And remember that applying some of these chemicals should go hand in hand with following other safety precautions. For example, applying disinfectants directly to the surfaces where they will be used can help prevent contamination.
From homes to office spaces, our products are widely used. None of our customers have found any problem with them. Further, if you have any concerns regarding the use, credibility, bulk orders, or pricing, our team is always there to help you. All your queries will be answered patients only during our business hours. Rest assured, quality in our products is always maintained. To ensure it, our quality team conducts through tests.