Check out the Environmental Working Group's Hall of Shame for cleaning products.
When wages under minimum wage become common practice, it is incumbent upon the consumer to make the educated, sustainable decision. If clients started asking "Are your employees considered employees or contractors?" and "How much per hour do they make?" these exploitative practices would disappear.
In order to obtain the legal term "disinfectant" a product needs to kill 99.999% of bacteria. Only then is it allowed to make advertising claims of being a "disinfectant". Find out what natural disinfectant we recommend for serious bacteria busting power.
Does your sofa have stank? Put the Febreeze down! As you will see, there is no need to bring heavy duty chemicals into this. Find out how to deodorize and sterilize the natural way.
When I was a child I would often visit my friends' homes. It seemed there was always a day when their parents would tell them to clean their room before the maid arrives. This struck me as odd. To this day I still don't understand why people tidy before their cleaner arrives, and I'm discovering that this is not an uncommon phenomenon.
I found many recipes online using castile soap and many claims on the websites about the house cleaning value of castile soap. I was intrigued. As I already purchased a large jug of the stuff, it was an appealing idea to have one product to rule them all. So I tried, and I tried and I tried to make castile soap work in my cleaning routine.
How would you define cleanliness? Is it an odour? An appearance? A feeling? A quantum of dirt removed from your premises? There is no widely accepted quantifiable standard, which makes cleaning everyone’s home to the same level impossible.
Clear Cause Cleaners recognizes this and works on finding your customized definition of clean by providing an estimate unique to every client. We find out how you quantify cleanliness and aim to exceed your expectations.
It's no secret that white vinegar (acetic acid) is an all-powerful dirt busting powerhouse of awesome. It is commonly used for many different purposes, from eating to removing the finish off a car. And the best part is that it's 100% natural, biodegradable, vegan, hypoallergenic, and non-toxic. But when assessing the environmental impact of vinegar, there is more to consider than its green cleaning value.
After a year of planning, I am proud to introduce to you a social enterprise that aims to make a positive impact in the lives of Torontonians: Clear Cause Cleaners Inc.