Some of this tells you what the product is, what it does and how much cleaning you get for your money. There’s also important information on how to use the product so you get the best out of it, a summary of ingredients and tips for safe use. Sometimes there is legally required information on hazards.
Click here for a detailed guide explaining everything you’re likely to find on the pack. There are three detailed examples for a machine dishwashing detergent, a laundry detergent refill pack and an all purpose cleaner. Running your cursor over the packs will show you what each bit of information is about.
Remember, the first and most important step to safe and sustainable cleaning is reading and understanding the label!
Did you know the facts behind this common myth?
Myth: Children living in cleaner homes are more prone to allergies
Fact: There is no evidence of a link between living in super-clean homes and increased allergies such as hay fever, eczema or asthma; nor does being too clean lead to immune-related diseases such as diabetes.
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