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There are many common household cleaning products we all have in our homes. These range from products we need in the kitchen and bathroom to others we need to use on the exterior of our properties. Knowing about the different types of cleaning products and what they do, is important as it means you understand which are the ones to use and which to stay away from.

Learn How Caustic or Astringent The Cleaning Products Are

Depending on how caustic or astringent a product is, will be a good indication of what surfaces you can use the cleaning product on.

Washing detergents:

These can be divided up into categories.

  • Washing detergents designed to clean dishes, cutlery and pans
  • Detergents that clean clothes
  • Detergents that clean floors & work surfaces

Bleaches:

Many household cleaners around today contain bleach or a bleaching agent and these are particularly good when used to clean bathroom and kitchen surfaces. However, you do need to check whether or not these are safe to use around your home. Concentrated bleach is very good for adding to soap when you want to clean the exterior of your property but again when using bleach, you have to be extremely careful.

You have to remember, that many of these household cleaning products are pretty toxic and as such need to handle them with care. This is especially true of oven cleaners. You also have to keep these cleaning products away from any heat sources as many of them are highly flammable.

Cleaning Products to Avoid

There are certain cleaning products on the market that are extremely harmful not only to the environment but to your family as well. Any products containing petrochemicals should be avoided at all costs.

Many dry cleaning solvents and degreasers, contain tetrachloroethylene, also known as perchloroethylene. This can cause skin rashes, headaches as well as dizziness, so again you need to avoid any cleaning products that contain this.

Other ingredients to avoid in cleaning products include:

  • Naphthalene, often found in toilet deodorizers and carpet cleaners
  • Methylene chloride which can be found in paint strippers, metal cleaning products and degreasing products
  • Ammonia which is often found in window cleaning products
  • Chlorine often found in many cleaning products as it is a bleaching agent

Learning about the different types of cleaning products and what they do, means reading all the labels on the products very carefully before you buy them and then again before you use them and you must avoid mixing any of the products together at all costs.

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