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5 Simple Ways to ‘Green Clean’ your Home

Let’s be fair and square – how many would actually be paying attention to their environment and its stability while cleaning their home? Not a large group of people, right? Well although everyone of us cleans our home every day without ever giving it a slip, but not each of us thinks of safeguarding the environment and surroundings when it comes to making our homes ‘spotless’. However, you need not arch your shoulders any further as we discuss below some of the simplest yet really impactful ‘green clean’ methods to save your environment without doing much. Take a look!


[box_dark]Use Green Cleaning Products[/box_dark]

Whether you really believe it or not, but using ‘harmful and powerfully infused’ cleaning products can actually have a serious impact on the environment. Thus, make sure that you employ green cleaning products to take the dirt off your home and pick only those products that are biodegradable, non toxic and made from renewable resources. In fact, for an even natural approach, you can use baking soda or vinegar to clean almost everything in your home.

[box_dark]Avoid Poor Indoor Air Quality[/box_dark]

Alright, not many would be cognizant of but you should always ensure that your home steers strictly clear of poor indoor air quality. As a matter of fact, your home could possibly be holding toxic materials and substances to pollute the fresh air around. So, try and keep your house windows open as much as possible – especially when cleaning your place. This will basically enable you to breathe fresh and keep toxins flowing out.

[box_dark]Clean Your Indoors Naturally[/box_dark]

Do not spend your bucks in buying artificial, store-bought air fresheners. To clean your home in a green way, you can effortlessly get some cloves, cinnamon or some other herbs and bring them to a decent boil to spread the aroma. Trust us, this works a great time. You can also grow fresh plants at home – this will not only make your home look green, but will also clean your indoors naturally by filtering interior air.

[box_dark]Avoid Conventional Dry Cleaners[/box_dark]

Another simple yet effective way to clean your home through a green approach is by avoiding conventional dry cleaners use. While not many are aware of, but using conventional dry cleaners could be highly toxic to humans as well as to the environment. Hence, you should focus more on an eco-friendly way and try to incorporate Green Earth and carbon dioxide cleaning as ‘green’ and ‘reliable’ dry cleaning methods.

[box_dark]Be Wise in Washing[/box_dark]

Last but definitely not the least, do not leave your tap on when hand washing your utensils or cleaning your home. This will help you save a lot of water from being wasted and thrown. At the same time, ensure that you place your clothes at a lower temperature when washing them. As far as drying your clothes is concerned, make sure that you hang them out and do not use a tumble dryer – as it will help you save energy and environment in a significant manner.

Well, that brings us to a standstill but you better not be still when it comes to cleaning your home in a green way. And off course, do not forget to share it with others – it will make a real big difference after all.

Dr Prem Jagyasi

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