It’s finally spring: the season of picnics, fresh produce, and of course, spring cleaning. But before you break out the duster, it might be time to think about greening your cleaning. By choosing eco-friendly cleaning products and tools, disposing of waste correctly, and making other environmentally conscious choices in the way you clean, you’ll make your home (and the earth!) a healthier place to live.
Studies show that the air inside of a typical home can be 2 - 5 times more polluted than the air outside when toxic products are used for cleaning. It has also been shown that children exposed to toxic cleaning products are 400% more at risk of developing asthma than children not exposed to such cleaners. Because we use green house cleaning products and practices, you can rest assured that everyone in your home or office is protected.
WiiClean Pro, understand that house sanitation is one of the most important duties of keeping your home looking and feeling like new. We value all clients and ensure the safety of your home or businesses occupants as if it where our own.
Please contact us on our page or give us a call. We look forward to cleaning your home while caring for our planet
HOW WE FIGHT DIRT WITHOUT HARMING OUR ENVIRONMENT
Unfortunately, many chemicals in common household cleaners are pollutants that affect the water supply, contribute to smog, and are toxic to animals. On top of that, there have been studies linking chemicals in many of these cleaners to health risk. WiiClean Pro does their research to make sure you get proper sanitation by using eco-friendly products . But we don't stop there. We have other methods to going green. We use microfiber cloths. Doing so reduces waste, saves money on paper products, and sets you up with cloths that can be washed and reused any time. Disposable mops are also convenient, but a good old-fashioned cloth mop saves you (and the trees) from buying replacement cleaning pads on a regular basis.
WiiClean Pro love our community and Spring cleaning is the perfect time to go through your closets and get rid of the things you no longer need or use. But instead of dumping everything into trash bags, take a few extra minutes to dispose of them responsibly and sustainably. Like recycling or donations
Pet allergies are usually like those of any other nasal allergy.
With allergies, life in a pet-loving country isn't easy. Approximately 37%-47% of American households have a pet. Dander gets everywhere, including places where your pets have never set a paw. According to the National Institutes of Health, detectable levels of pet dander are in every home in the U.S.