Hold nozzle 6-8 inches away from surface and spray until surface is thoroughly covered.
Wipe area with sponge or cloth.
More and more people today want “green” or eco-friendly cleaning products – ones that don’t contain harsh or potentially toxic ingredients harmful to you and your family – pets included – as well as the environment.
Unfortunately, you can’t always trust a cleaning product’s label to provide complete and accurate information about what’s inside. No law requires manufacturers to list all of a product’s ingredients on their labels, especially if they have a so-called “trade secret” formula!
Yet, labels can be a good start. By knowing what to look for – and to avoid – you can side step the most questionable ingredients and know what to look for in a green household cleaning spray that lives up to its name.
Just a few of the prime offenders to avoid include: Quaternary ammonium compounds or “quats,” EDTA, Polysorbate-20, ethanolamine, fragrance, chlorine bleach, DEA and TEA, 1,4 –Dioxane, and synthetic preservatives that can create harmful formaldehyde.
Made only with truly “green” and eco-friendly ingredients, my Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray:
Best of all, it’s simple to use. Just spray and wipe – there’s no need to rinse as its streak-free formula leaves no residue. And its convenient spray top nozzle provides quick and dispersed application, exactly where you want it.
Just as effective at cleaning as cleaners that aren’t green, Dr Mercola’s Greener Cleaner Multi-Surface Household Spray contains tough-on-dirt surfactants, natural organic chelate, specially treated water, and all-natural essential oils.
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