Cleaning, whether at home or in offices, is an ongoing process and one needs to invest time and money to keep interiors and the surroundings spick and span. Dirt gets accumulated in the form of dust, stains, and grease. Most of them can be cleaned only with the help of a cleaning agent. The majority of the cleaning agents, available in the market, contain acids, bleaches, parabens, phthalates, phosphates, sulfates, and artificial surfactants that are harmful to humans, pets, and the environment. The long-term effects of these materials can be disastrous. They not only degrade the environment but also cause deterioration in health. They can cause skin allergies, reproductive problems, and even diseases such as cancer. A judicious selection of cleaning materials can help users stay away...
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