Pets are sensitive to cleaning products and often don't like all the perfume
that is added. I find that using a steam mop on hard surfaces is a very
good solution. It doesn't use any chemicals or perfumes and the heat can
disinfect the floor if used according to the directions.
Online veterinary journals, and other articles written by
veterinarians. The terpinols in the tea tree oil are similar
to phenol (main ingredient in Lysol spray) and thymol (oil
of thyme) and can cause liver, kidney and brain damage to cats.
And as it's often sold as a "natural" and therefore assumed to be
safer cleaner, it should be noted that Tea Tree Oil cleaners are no
less toxic to infants than common household Pine Sol cleaner, should
they get in a cabinet and get the bottle open. But they certainly
cost a lot more.
That is the main site.
The man is very very friendly, ma and pa type factory, and will make deals.
I do not know WHY the other commenter persists that it is expensive to
use, as I'm a low income earner, bottom of the food chain, and I use it
all the time to SAVE money. Geesh. Each gallon costs me pennies.
Also, I spent $35 on a big bucket of the stuff, used it for two months
in all the homes I clean, and still have about one third of a bucket
left... That includes about ten carpet cleaning gigs as well.
It only takes about one tablespoon per gallon to mix up the most
commonly used solutions. A baby could drink the whole thing and not get
sick. Its a kelp enzyme, that is activated by water. Its GREAT for
carpets... i use a heavier solution for the carpet steamer... cuz babies
crawl and suck things on the carpet, and the residue from the cleaner
keeps eating deep down at the dirt between washings. It gets cleaner
and cleaner each time you use it.
Ruby Q wrote:
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