was wondering if you can suggest any Pet safe cleaning supplies. I'm always afraid my cat will get f

Ric KaplanRic Kaplan Old BridgeMember Posts: 1

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  • Sadie SerioSadie Serio CharlestonMember Posts: 4
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    There are three ways toxic chemicals enter the body: by swallowing, by breathing, or by contact with the skin or eyes. Every year 5-10 million household poisonings are reported with many of these poisonings being fatal. A 1985 EPA report concluded that the toxic chemicals in household cleaners are three times more likely to cause cancer than oudoor air pollution.
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    We use the Seventh Generation cleaning products. You still should be careful with any cleaning products around animals, but Seventh Generation products don't have any bleach, and have a citrus scent that most cats shy away from on their own.
  • April PlourdeApril Plourde Member Posts: 248
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    We clean our entire house with white distilled vinegar and baking soda. A 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water will clean most anything (bathrooms, counters, glass, floors, etc.) Full strength vinegar is great for particularly nasty areas, such as the inside of the toilet. And baking soda mixed with vinegar serves as an abrasive scrub for stuck on stains.
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