Breath Easy When You Choose Natural Cleaning in San Francisco

If your home has been getting dusty all winter, it’s time to throw open those windows, clear out the dust and grime and start over with natural cleaning in San Francisco.

Are allergies getting you down this spring?  Take a look around and you may find that your home may be partially to blame!  Springtime is definitely a beautiful time of the year, but for the millions of allergy sufferers in this country, it can be a time of sneezing, itching and runny noses.  If your home has been getting dusty all winter, it’s time to throw open those windows, clear out the dust and grime and start over with natural cleaning in San Francisco

The process of “natural cleaning” refers to using cleaning products that are deemed to be not only environmentally safe, but safe to use around people and pets as well.  You may think that the regular cleaning products you’ve always used are safe, but when you do some basic research on the ingredients listed on the label, you’ll find out just unsafe those products are.

Toxic cleaning agents and unnecessary fragrances abound in the cleaning products found at your local grocery store and neither ingredient is needed to get your home clean.  Natural products utilize ingredients from nature that are perfect for cleaning, such as lemon oil, vinegar and natural scrubbing agents, and natural herbs such as lavender and orange oil add a wonderful, yet subtle fragrance.  These types of products get the same results, but without the sore throat, coughing or even itchy hives that many homeowners don’t even realize are coming from their usual cleaners.

Thanks to the renewed interest in natural cleaning products in recent years, many housecleaning agencies now represent housekeepers that use natural cleaning products for their clients, making it so easy to keep your home fresh and clean this allergy season. 

When you are already dealing with watery, itchy eyes and constant sinus pressure, why not take some of the pressure off by maintaining a safe environment when you are at home?  It’s a common recommendation from allergists, and it just makes sense when it comes to enjoying the weather this year, instead of suffering through another allergy season. 

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