WEEKLY USE OF TOXIC HOME CLEANING PRODUCTS IS AS DAMAGING TO LUNG HEALTH AS SMOKING 20 CIGARETTES A DAY. If you are like most people cleaning their homes is an often daily ritual. So, you are most likely using cleaners made with dangerous chemicals–Ammonia, chlorine bleach, and other disinfectant compounds; these toxic chemicals have been singled out as culprits that significantly damage lung tissue in people that use them.
Common Household Chemicals
Let me repeat that one more time (these toxic chemicals have been singled out as culprits that significantly damage lung tissue in people that use them). Have you ever sprayed or poured while cleaning and received a big whiff of vapors? Those vapors are strong and dangerous over time. Look at the some of the effects of household cleaners:
- Harsh cleaning products in your home are just as dangerous as being an industrial cleaner.
- Lung damage done by using harsh cleaning products gets increasingly worse over time.
- Using harsh cleaners for as little as once per week is as damaging to your lungs as smoking for 20 years.
List Of Harmful Cleaners In Your Home
You have in your home right now an assortment of cleaning items that are harmful and will affect you and your families health. Which one of these products is worth jeopardizing your health?
- Chlorine bleach
- Bathroom disinfectants
- Toilet cleaner
- shower and tub cleaner
- Stain removers
- Floor Cleaners
- Window cleaners
- All-purpose cleaners
Whew! I think I can stop there. And each one of these products you have used on a regular basis; as well as other people.
How To Have A Toxic-Free Home
As you can see, ridding and turning your home a toxin-free product home should now be a number one priority–for your safety and that of your family. If you are open right now to learning about how you can create a toxic-free home with proven products, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will send you a link showing a complete line of products and an introduction to my company. Additionally, further your knowledge on the effects of the harmful chemicals you use, click on the book links below.
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