Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 10, 2013
Fernando Perez of DistinctBright, shares some tips on how to keep your family toxin free while cleaning if "Green Cleaners" aren't readily available. Perez references TLC Home's article on whether or not toxic household cleaners are really "safe" for in home use:
-Always read and follow the directions on the cleaner
-Even though reusing plastic containers seem safe, do not re-purpose containers that once held a toxic cleaner like bleach, or ammonia.
-Avoid using cleaners where food is prepared.
-Dispose of solvents and packaging according to the label and local regulations.
-Use a fan to circulate the air if there's no window in a room where you'll be cleaning.
-Use products in the recommended concentrations only.
-Minimize exposure to solvents by using rubber gloves and goggles where indicated.
-Never mix different cleaning products together unless directed to do so.
-Use caution when trying out new cleaning products. Some preparations can cause reactions in sensitive individuals, so always do a test first.
-Make sure to look for cleaning products that state they're pet-friendly to keep your furry family members safe.
Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for DistinctBright, responds to the article. “It is important to remember that cleaning impacts our life and health,” he said. “Even though cleaning is a simple routine, cleaning is a fundamental environmental management process."
DistinctBright is an advanced cleaner that uses nature’s power to clean, sanitize and protect personal items like jewelry. DistinctBright contains no ammonia or harmful chemicals and is easy on the skin. DistinctBright is non-toxic, has no harmful fumes and contains no allergens. Also, a great way to clean Pandora bracelets.
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