I don’t know about you, but I find cleaning during the winter months to be a pain. When it’s warm outside, I can open the windows and let the fresh air in. It does something to the soul. However, when the windows are shut tight and all of that dust is flying around, it’s hard to keep that air fresh and pure!
We recently had the chance to try out Frosch eco-friendly cleaning products. I am always on the look out for new products like this, because I try to avoid using a lot of chemicals in our home. Sometimes, I make my own green cleaning products. But when life is hectic, I buy green cleaning products.
Now, my husband is really picky about dishwashing liquids. We have a dishwasher, but still need to wash certain items by hand. We haven’t found a good one dishwashing liquid until Moms Meet inroduced us to Frosch! Past ones just didn’t stay sudsy enough and didn’t seem to clean our pots and pans well. We tried varieties with baking soda and aloe vera. I loved using the liquid detergent with aloe vera, because it left my hands feeling very refreshed after scrubbing Thanksgiving dishes.
Frosch is a trusted green cleaning product company from Germany, developed in 1986. They also make toilet bowl cleaner, glass cleaner, universal cleaner, and more. You can learn more about Frosch products on their website. Until December 31st, 2015 you can use code momsmeet2015 to receive 15% off any Frosch USA order. Also, check out my tips below for a greener cleaning routine!
1. Keep Your Kids Safe
We all know that accidental poisoning happen all the time. Using green cleaning products can reduce the risk of this in your home.
2. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are Dangerous
It has been known for many years that VOCs are dangerous. They are found in many common household cleaners, paints, air fresheners, and more. Common issues include eye irritations, difficulty breathing, and headaches.
3. Reduce Asthma Flare Ups
I’ve suffered from asthma since I was a young teenager. Studies have linked asthma attacks to some of the chemicals found in cleaning products like Glyco ethers and Ethanolamines.
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