21 Aug Green Cleaning: The Big Scoop
In recent years, green cleaning has become one of the hottest topics in the industry. Green cleaning is commonly presented as a new or cutting-edge method of cleaning carpets, but this simply is not the case. Citrus products have been used for years and are commonly marketed as green cleaning products, but the real question is this: Are they any good?
Green cleaning, which you might also hear referred to as organic cleaning, makes use of products that avoid substances that are believed to be bad for people and the environment. This usually makes them a bit weaker than the products you might find that aren’t considered green or organic, but it does not make them useless in any sense.
Improving the effectiveness of green products while maintaining their environmentally friendly image is a continuing process. Green products often require more effort than synthetic products, so it can take longer for them to do their job. Moreover, professional level green products for harder to clean stains like oil have not been developed yet.
So, which is better? The answer to this question depends on your priorities. If you are concerned that the products might affect or harm your family, stick with green cleaning. However, you should also note that much of the alarm that has been raised over traditional cleaning products has been exaggerated. Few of them have been proven to affect health in a significant way.
To find out more about the products we use, contact Steamer’s Carpet Care to speak with a member of our team!