Making Sure Your Cleaning Doesn't Effect the Environment

Making Sure Your Cleaning Doesn't Effect the Environment

The following are two handy tips on how to make sure your home cleaning isn't affecting Sydney and it's flora and fauna.

Use eco-friendly products

Products that are eco-friendly aren't harmful to your family, pets or the environment. They contain chemicals that are safe and organic. In doing this, they ensure that whilst cleaning your house, your Sydney home and the surrounding environment won't be subject to harmful chemicals. You can purchase eco-friendly products from home, otherwise when booking online with Sydney's best home cleaning agency you can specifically request for us to use products that are friendly for the environment and your cleaning business will use it in your home free of charge.

Otherwise, you can always make your own eco-friendly cleaning products. Here is a great video on how to save money and time making your own eco-friendly cleaning products.

Don't wash chemicals down the drain.

When cleaning in your Sydney home make sure not to put harsh chemicals in drains that have access to our waterways. Instead, store bottles of harsh chemicals utilised in your home and save them for your recycling depot. These are readily available to be found via your local recycling drop off. In doing this you ensure that chemicals are kept out of Sydney waterways and environment. Away from our beautiful native flora and fauna.

If you're not confident keeping your Sydney home clean without utilising harmful chemicals. You can always have a look at the services we provide and book and schedule in 60 seconds, through our safe and secure online booking form.

Adriana Aziz is the operations manager at MaidForYou. With over 6 years of experience managing cleaning operations, she knows all the best hacks when it comes to cleaning residential and commercial buildings. With expert experience in managing house cleaning operations, interior design and logistics. She spends her free time with her family and as a freelance food critic.

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