Safe Cleaning Products

Safe Cleaning Products

The Issue:
Certain chemicals in cleaning products have been linked to fertility problems, birth defects, increased risk of breast cancer, asthma and respiratory disorders, and hormone disruption. What’s more, there is no federal law requiring cleaning product companies to list all the ingredients in their products on the label.  Which means companies can keep toxic chemicals a secret from you.

The bottom line: Products you clean your home with shouldn’t contain toxic ingredients in the first place.

Tell SC Johnson to Deep Clean their Greenlist

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SC Johnson and Sons campaignSC Johnson’s GreenlistTM process, which they hold up as evidence of its product safety, still allows synthetic musks! Just how do hormone-disrupting chemicals like those even pass muster?

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Avoiding Toxic Chemicals in Cleaning Products

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Did you know that some cleaning products contain hidden toxic chemicals that don’t appear on labels but are linked to cancer, birth defects, fertility problems, asthma, and more? Check out these resources to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Chemical in SCJ products Galaxolide

Toxic Fragrance Chemical in Cleaning Products: Galaxolide: A Threat to the Environment and Human Health

2016 No Secrets Business Partner Logo

No Secrets Business Partners: Companies committed to increasing awareness of the links between women’s health and toxic chemicals.

Product testing of 20 top cleaning products

Dirty Secrets: Toxic chemicals testing results from top cleaning product brands.

15 toxic trespassers

15 Toxic Trespassers: Harmful chemicals to avoid in products women use everyday.

safer ingredients

Green Cleaning Recipes: A few of our favorite DIY non-toxic recipes. Follow the directions or experiment a little with the ingredients to make your own!

Green Cleaning Party

Throw a Green Cleaning Party: Thousands of women all over the country have hosted Green Cleaning Parties – join them today!

chemicals that smell like a pine forest

How Did That Pine Forest Get in My Cleaner? Ever wonder how that “clean” scent ends up in your cleaning product?

alternatives to fragrance

Alternative to Fragranced Cleaners: Get the “clean” smell without the toxic chemicals

chemicals in cleaning products

How-to Reduce Use of Disinfectants: Room by room advice on how to reduce exposure to disinfectants.

disinfectant horror show

Disinfectants Horror Show: A fun way to introduce the issue of toxic cleaning products.

pregnancy and chemicals of concern

Reducing exposure during pregnancy: Tips to avoid toxic chemicals before, during and after pregnancy.