Many chemicals contained in household cleaning products and insect repellents are the same as those used in industrial settings. Scientists are now becoming concerned that long-term low-level exposure to such chemicals may be just as dangerous as short-term high-dose exposures. They also worry that we do not understand the impact of exposure to the cocktail of chemicals found in household air and dust.
Acetone, Ammonia, Diethanolamine (DEA), D-limonene, Ethoxylated nonyl phenol, Formaldehyde, Naphthalene, Phosphoric acid, Sodium hypochlorite (bleach), Turpentine and many more are found in our regular household cleaning products.
Consumer demand and recognition of the hazards of many chemical ingredients are leading more companies to manufacture less toxic cleaning products.
We offer below a small range of non-toxic insect-repellents and household fresheners and cleaners, which you can use safely.