Green Cleaning Products We Use

Posted on June 8, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

In my previous blog I talked about just a few of the reasons to switch to green cleaners.  An additional reason for us to find safe but very effective cleaning products,  was for  the safety of our employees – especially since we have many long term employees.

We use four products from “Earth Friendly Products“;  (1)  the floor cleaner, (2) furniture polish (3) stainless steel cleaner and (4) the parsley kitchen and bathroom cleaner.

Their product line is  made from natural organic plants and renewable minerals such as lemon oil, olive oil, lavender, coconuts, cedar oil, parsley essence, earth salts, and tea tree oil.

Each product is formulated under strict environmental standards that surpass  the industry’s current accepted green credentials:

  • 100% sustainable plant based ingredients
  • Free of genetically modified ingredients
  • biodegradable
  • Neutral PH
  • Phosphate-Free
  • Caustic-Free
  • Formaldehyde-Free
  • Petrochemical-Free
  • Dye-Free
  • Chlorine-Free
  • Synthetic Perfume-Free
  • Ammonia-Free
  • Greywater/septic safe

Another plus is that their product line is completely manufactured and packaged here in the United States!

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Raina Raflo owns Sponge & Sparkle, Atlanta’s oldest and most reputable independent maid and house cleaning service. (404) 633-9652.

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