Everyday household products contain harmful and poisonous chemicals that pollute our air. Sources of potentially harmful chemicals, originate from cleaning supplies to carpets. Indoor air pollution is potentially more harmful to us than outdoor air pollution. Over exposure of toxic chemicals in everyday household products, has been linked to health problems such as allergies, developmental problems, and cancer.
Households today contain on average 62 toxic chemicals that are harmful to our bodies. Less than 2% of synthetic chemicals found in ordinary everyday household cleaners have been tested for toxicity, cancer-causing effects, or birth defects. The majority of those chemicals have never been tested for any possible long-term effects.
A typical all-purpose cleaner contains chemicals such as, Ammonia, Butyl Cellusolve, Ortho Phenylphenol, Diethanolamine (DEA), Triethanolamine (TEA), Coal Tar Colors, and Parabens. Each of these chemicals has proven harmful side effects including kidney and liver damage, skin and eye irritation, and can cause hormone disruption. According to the U.S. Government, when combined, chemicals are even more dangerous. Deadly fumes result from mixing ammonia with bleach (both found in many household products) creating lethal "mustard gas"!
Just like when you ingest food, when you breathe in air filled with toxic chemicals, it ends up inside of your body and within seconds can be detected in every one of your organs. However, unlike most food and drink products, manufacturers of chemical filled household products, are not obliged by law to list its ingredients. According to the National Research Council, no toxic information is available for more than 80% of the chemicals in every day-use products. Only 1% of toxins are required to be listed on labels, because companies classify their formulas as "trade secrets."
In addition to concealing the harmful ingredients used in their cleaning products, Toxic cleaners are being more abundant and more and more people are continuing to be affected by them. Manufacturers will continue to pull the wool over consumers' eyes once their toxic products hit the shelves.
In addition to concealing the harmful ingredients used in their cleaning products, companies in the service industry continue to pull the wool over consumers' eyes once they are inside your home with bait and switch tactics. Deceitful companies use advertising tactics to get inside your home, then once the company is in your home their story changes. Either the price of the service goes up, they claim the advertisement was printed wrong, or fail to tell customers they should have read the fine print because they can only get the sale price of one service with the purchase of another higher priced service.
At Spring Cleaning® we are honest about all our prices and are more concerned about the health of our customers than big profits. We have developed a way to clean carpets using 100% organic ingredients. We have transformed the service cleaning industry by only using organically grown plants, fruits, and vegetables ingredients that will remove every last bit of the dirt, oil, grime, bacteria and odor that's in your home!