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Cleaning Guides


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The Essential Guide to Green Cleaning for Parents

There are far too many stories about kids being poisoned by common household cleaning products. According to the National Capital Poison Center (NCPC), children younger than six years old make up nearly half of all poison exposures, and 99.4% of them are unintentional. Cleaning substances are the second-leading cause of poison exposures in kids under six.

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The Essential Guide to Green Cleaning for Seniors

Seniors should be wary of household cleaners labeled with the words “poison,” “toxic,” and “hazardous,” because these products contain chemicals that put their health at risk. The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) advises seniors to be cautious when handling or using household cleaners because chemicals more quickly penetrate the thin skin that is common in older adults.

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The Essential Guide to Green Cleaning for Pet Owners

As we learn more about the hazards associated with traditional household cleaners, we need to remember they pose dangers to our animals, too. According to Pet Health Network, some cleaning products are especially dangerous for cats and dogs, including drain cleaners, pool chemicals, concentrated dishwashing chemicals, lime-removal products, oven cleaners, and concentrated toilet cleaners.

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