Many office cleaning chemicals and methods are used without any thought to ecological impact. These chemicals are more or less dangerous for the environment, but we can avoid danger with safer and greener office cleaning methods.
Green cleaning methods are easier to adopt than you may think. The key is knowing the right solutions to use. Here’s a list of environmentally-friendly approaches to cleaning your office or home
We often use vinegar for cooking, but it also comes in handy when cleaning. You’ll need to use distilled vinegar. It’s safe for all surfaces, and it leaves no stains behind. Vinegar can be used to clean glass, mirrors, tile; and it has fungicidal properties, plus the ability to break up caulk accumulation on faucets and other surfaces.
Baking soda is often overlooked as a cleaning solution. You can use this gritty substance to tackle tough spots, or use it to remove unpleasant odors from the kitchen or bathroom. Mixing baking soda with vinegar can also unclog drains.
Borax is a naturally-occurring substance — a mineral also known as sodium borate that can be used as a replacement for a variety of cleaning chemicals. It has an extremely low toxicity compared to most common cleaning supplies, which makes it an idea all-purpose cleaner.
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