Did you know that there are no federal regulations on the chemicals within your household cleaning products? This is why the average household contains about 62 toxic chemicals, unbeknownst to the homeowner.
Some of the most common chemicals found in your household cleaning products include:
- Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Almost all of these ingredients have been linked to health concerns such as asthma, cancer, hormone disruption, and neurotoxicity.
We’ve compiled a list of eco-friendly bathroom cleaners to help you keep your home clean while also maintaining your health. Keep reading to learn more!
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Seventh Generation Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner, Emerald Cypress & Fir
Chlorine is found in most toilet bowl cleaners, and while it’s okay in small quantities, it is so prevalent in our lives that we are often overexposed to it, which can lead to respiratory and even thyroid issues.
Seventh Generation’s product has no toxic fumes, and it’s biodegradable, so you don’t have to feel bad when you flush it down the toilet. Because of all of this, it earned an A from the Environmental Working Group.
Earth Friendly Products Shower Kleener
This shower cleaner is non-petroleum-based and just as capable of keeping your shower free of mold and mildew. This cleaner is specifically made for cleaning glass, tub, tile, and fixtures. It includes a plant-based water softener to prevent hard water stains and soap scum.
All-Purpose Bathroom Cleaner
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Lavender Bathroom Cleaner
This all-purpose cleaner is perfect for sinks, countertops, toilet seats, and everything else you can think of in your bathroom. Try it out the next time you’re doing a deep clean of your bathroom!
For all of your bathroom functionality questions, contact the professionals at S & D Plumbing! We’ll help to get your toilet, sink and shower back in working order in no time!