Cleaning Products

Buyers may have to investigate alternative sources of these products. Action Plan Two segments of business can make use of environmental cleaning products: janitorial and custodial contractors or building maintenance workers; and manufacturers, which can implement more environmentally benign cleaning practices in their manufacturing and clean-up processes. General facility cleaning product switchover requires: Commitment and support from management. Involvement of purchasing agents. Assessment of current chemical products — determine which should be discontinued immediately, and which are less harmful to health and to the environment. Replacement of high-toxic products with less-toxic ones — find products without toxic chemicals, and with other environmental attributes such as recycled packaging.
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How to make green cleaning supplies

I realize that concocting ones own green cleaning supplies can be just as effective and eco-friendly (probably even more so) as purchasing a store-bought cleaner thats been marketed as green. It’s certainly more financially prudent since going the DIYroute often calls for household staples like vinegar, rubbing alcohol, and baking soda.Below is an easy, breezy instructional video on DIY cleaning solutions from the craft-meisters at ThreadBanger followed by a few basic nontoxic cleaning product recipes from Women’s Voices For the Earth , an organization that promotes, among other things, ” Green Cleaning Parties .” Think of them as you would any other fete — chatting, wining, dining — but with more sponges houston cleaning company and a noticeable stench of vinegar. All-Purpose Cleaner forhard surfaces like countertops and kitchen floors, windows, and mirrors 2 cups white distilled vinegar,2 cups water,20-30 or more drops of essential oil (optional) Creamy Soft Scrub forkitchen counters, stoves, bathroom sinks, etc. 2 cups baking soda, 1/2 cup liquid castile soap,4 teaspoons vegetable glycerin (acts as a preservative),5 drops antibacterial essential oil such as lavender, tea tree, rosemary or any scent you prefer (optional). Mix together and store in a sealed glass jar, shelf life of 2 years.For exceptionally tough jobs spray with vinegar first — full strength or diluted, scented — let sit and follow with scrub.Dry soft scrubs can be made with baking soda or salt (or combination of both) with 10-15 drops essential oil to scent. Furniture Polish 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar,20-30 drops lemon essential oil Shake well before using. Twoteaspoons lemon juice may be substituted for lemon oil but then must be stored in refrigerator.Dip a clean, dry cloth into the polish and rub wood in the direction of the grain. Use a soft brush to work the polish into corners or tight places. Drain Opener 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup vinegar Pour baking soda down the drain and follow with vinegar. Cover and let sit for at least 30 minutes.
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Cleaning Supplies Specifically Designed For The Printing Industry

1 PN_Industry News DaVinci Technologies has announced a new line of cleaning and printer maintenance supplies. After customer requests for printing industry-specific cleaning supplies, DaVinci responded with a full line of high quality, affordable products designed to meet the high demands of the fast growing digital printing industry. The new products, available only at DaVinci, include: Print Head Wipes, Print Head Swabs, Gloves, Cleaning Solutions, Industrial Wipes and more! Using supplies that are specifically designed for cleaning print heads and other sensitive printer components is extremely important.
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