...the site only recommended its own mold remover and rust spray. It asserted that they are effective as proven by cleaning contractors and homeowners.
(PRWEB) November 19, 2012
New Jersey is among the states severely damaged by super storm Sandy. And to deal with those damages, it was reported by patch.com that Warren Township had allotted $125 000 for the clean-up process. But to help decrease the amount any Sandy victim may need to clear the storm's mess, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of its two green cleaners.
According to the report, Warren Township committee agreed to allocate $125 thousand for the clean-up on Thursday. And as it related, the amount was based on the Hurricane Irene clean-up cost, which was last year.
Nonetheless, because Sandy was stronger and caused more damages than Irene, it was said that its clean up could cost more than the amount prepared. Apart from that, My Cleaning Products said that there are also the possible mold and rust infestation that residents could have in the following days. And as it specified, they could add more to any Sandy victim cleaning expenses.
So to help, MyCleaningProducts advised all Sandy victims to have a mold cleaner and a rust spray prepared. With those cleaners ready, it said that one could prevent the worse of any mold or rust infestation. And that could help decrease anybody's clean up cost.
However, the site said that one must pick safe and effective cleaners among others. That's to ensure that the mold remediation and rust removal processes will put at risk anybody's health and the environment.
But among the many cleaners, the site only recommended its own mold remover and rust spray. It asserted that they are effective as proven by cleaning contractors and homeowners. And as they are made with natural ingredients, they do not endanger anybody's health. And so My Cleaning Products encouraged all the Sandy Victims to go for them over any other green cleaning products.