I’m a strong believer in avoiding chemicals when it comes to cleaning products. Using harsh chemicals in living spaces just increases the toxicity inside the homes and work places, and this isn’t the best option.
The best option is to use non-toxic, antimicrobial cleaning products. The brilliant chemistry behind non toxic sprays enables the products to be effective at treating and preventing the growth of harmful microorganisms. This leads us to How? Well, when non toxic chemicals are sprayed on the surface, they go to work to fight against micro-organisms, unlike traditional cleaners that only work to kill microbes on contact. Fact is that non toxic products can be used on just about any hard surface.
Janito offers spray dispensers and pumps (Fogging Machines, Pressure Sprayers and Trigger Sprays). Spraying the products with Janito spray pumps is a breeze, it’s almost hard to believe that something so simple could accomplish so much. Try them and find out yourself. . . . . Read the rest of this article »
Cleaning the rest rooms is tough, even if you are equipped with traditional tools (bleaches and strong environmentally unfriendly ingredients). I suggest you Go Green and still get the toilet bowl, sink and tiles to shine.
Just as the move towards “Green” in general is growing, so is the interest in green cleaning products. The number of efficient products on the market has grown. Green cleaning is getting better and better every day.
What makes a cleaner green? In my opinion, green has to be both, good for health and the environment. Many conventional cleaners can damage both.
Janito suggests consumers to be alert for “Green Cleaning,” in which a company promotes one green aspect of the product but does not show the entire picture of all the other ingredients, particularly for cleaning tools used for cleaning rest rooms. Have a look at Janito and see what they have to offer from home cleaning equipment to commercial cleaning systems and see how they emphasize on green cleaning. This will help you make an informed decision. . . . . Read the rest of this article »