Cleaning chemicals may be as bad as smoking 20 cigarettes a day

Anyone who uses cleaning products knows about the headache inducing, eye watering and irritating properties that some well known brands have, but what if we told you studies completed last year indicate inhaling these chemicals may be as bad as smoking 20 cigarettes a day? 6,235 people were part of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey in which their lung function was tested over time.

The results showed an increase in the likelihood of asthma over a period of time. Researchers equated this to smoking a pack of 20 cigarettes a day!

Although this study can only show association and is not definitive proof that cleaning chemicals are the only factor involved in lung degradation, it is however a cause for concern. That’s where our new range of organic Eco Friendly natural cleaning products come in… Our products don’t have an impact on your lungs keeping them Squeeky clean! The Squeeky formula contains only natural plant based organic ingrediants and is hence vegan friendly. Proudly produced in the UK our cleaning products do not contain any volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and have also been shown to have reduced negative affects on people with contact dermatitis and eczema (don’t just take our word for it see the effects on one of our cleaners who suffered bad dermatitis from normal normal products). They’re also pet safe, so you don’t have to worry about furballs having having a bad reaction.

So in short, if you want a clean home, Set free the cleaning power of organics!

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