Green housekeeping: Local Companies Share Tips On Cleaning Without The Chemicals

Spring cleaning doesn't mean that your home needs to be covered with harsh chemicals. The Cleaning Authority of Albuquerque spoke with the Albuquerque Journal about using products like baking soda and vinegar along with plenty of elbow grease to tackle tough jobs, while keeping families safe. “Read the label,” says John Schleicher of The Cleaning Authority in Albuquerque. “You really want to avoid products that say ‘harmful or fatal if swallowed.'” Schleicher also emphasized the use of microfiber cloths for any spring cleaning endeavor. “Microfiber grabs the dust,” he explained, adding that many customers are surprised by how clean his crew can get their homes using environmentally friendly cleaning products. Click on the image below to read the full article.

Green housekeeping: Local companies share tips on cleaning without the chemicals

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