DANGEROUS CLEANING CHEMICALS

You don’t need to use dangerous cleaning chemicals in your home. There are all-natural alternatives to choose from at the store or you can even mix up your own DIY cleaning solutions to use.

You might think you need to use cleaning chemicals for carpet cleaning or tile floors and countertops because you need strong ingredients to remove dirt or stains, but there are several common household items you can use for disinfectants and sometimes even plain water is enough to remove a stain from fabric or carpet.

You should be careful when you do use chemicals for cleaning because there could be a chemical reaction with between the product and the surface you are cleaning. Some cleaning products can bleach carpet or degrade it.

The other reason you should avoid dangerous cleaning chemicals is because there are health risks involved in using them.

You don’t want to breathe in the fumes from various chemicals and store-bought products for too long. This could lead to respiratory issues. You also need to be sure that children and pets are never able to reach or access the chemicals and bleach in your home. Almost all cleaning products are poisonous if digested.

Don’t hire professional cleaning companies and services that use chemicals either. This includes steam cleaners and some maid services in San Antonio. For carpet cleaning that doesn’t use chemicals, hire Chem-Dry of Bexar County.

We are located in San Antonio and provide homes with an alternative to steam cleaning. Our carpet cleaning process and solutions are green-certified and safe for you and your home.

You can find The Natural®, our proprietary cleaning product, on the FDA GRAS list as well as several other products from Chem-Dry laboratories.

We’re proud to provide a healthy service that doesn’t require cleaning chemicals to remove dirt and bacteria from your carpet and one safe for pets too.  Learn more about our service here.

Rid you home of dangerous cleaning chemicals and schedule an appointment with Chem-Dry of Bexar County. Call (210) 680-4891 today!