This blog with Infographics includes a step-by-step guide on how to evaluate the quality of chemical free cleaning and what specific tools and supplies to buy for chemical-free cleaning in the kitchen, bathrooms, and other rooms.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) November 23, 2017
More and more people are catching on to the growing popularity of chemical-free cleaning. This is a topic that Wells Ye, owner of FreshTechMaids.com, has been passionate about for years. Ye, who received his M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, is one of the top experts in the field of chemical-free cleaning, and he recently published an e-book on this subject, entitled “The Ultimate Guide to Chemical-Free Cleaning.”
In this book, Ye reveals the staggering statistics of chemical waste produced each year in the U.S., along with numerous benefits and strategies for homeowners looking to implement chemical-free cleaning in their household. This includes a step-by-step guide on how to evaluate the quality of chemical free cleaning and what specific tools and supplies to buy for chemical-free cleaning in the kitchen, bathrooms, and other rooms. Below is an excerpt from the e-book, and the rest of can be viewed at https://freshtechmaids.com/eliminating-harm-family-environment-ultimate-guide-chemical-free-cleaning/
Excerpt from “The Ultimate Guide to Chemical-Free Cleaning”:
Did you know that each year in the United States we dump six billion pounds of cleaning chemicals into our environment? This equates to approximately twenty pounds of toxic chemicals for each person in the U.S. This huge amount comes mainly from commercial, public, institutional, and industrial buildings. However, we also dump an additional six billion pounds of chemicals from our homes each year, totaling forty pounds of toxic chemicals per person in the U.S. each year!
Today, the typical U.S. home now contains approximately 63 unsafe cleaning-related products incorporating hundreds of questionable chemicals. Many of these cleaning chemicals have been linked through scientific studies to a variety of lethal diseases, including disorders of the immune system, cancer, and asthma. Once these products are utilized and mixed with all the dirt and grime they are meant to clean, they are then dumped down the drain untreated, polluting our streams and water sources.
Cleaning with toxic chemicals is especially dangerous to members of the population who may already have a lowered immune system, or who are at-risk due to age or other conditions. Pregnant women, senior citizens, young children, newborn babies, cancer survivors, and those with severe allergies or asthma should be sure to avoid dangerous cleaning chemicals in their households as they are more vulnerable to the harmful effects these products can have. Even household pets can be badly affected by chemical-laden cleaning products!
The difference with chemical-free cleaning is that absolutely no residual chemicals are left on surfaces or released into the air. There are no carcinogenic or toxic results, and it does not degrade indoor air quality. With chemical-free cleaning, we can reduce the billions of tons of chemical waste released into the environment to zero, we can reduce cleaning-related health issues to zero, and we can reduce the amount of dangerous chemicals absorbed into our bodies to zero.
For more information on this important topic, visit https://freshtechmaids.com/ and download your e-book today, or call (847) 392-0888.