Cleaning Products enable us to care for our environment and properties. They safely and effectively control allergens, such as dust and mold. These products also effectively remove soils, germs, and other contaminants, helping us to stay healthy.
Sometimes we face a tough cleaning job which is so frustrating that we attempt to get creative by mixing cleaning products. We want to be creative, thinking that if one Cleaning Product works, mixing it with another one will make it work better. But, before you reach out for every cleaning product in your storeroom, ‘TAKE CAUTION’. These products are safe when used alone, and can sometimes cause unsafe chemical reactions when mixed with other Cleaning Products. Mixing products can be dangerous due to the chemical formation of the unique cleaners.
We should always read the instruction labels attached to the Cleaning Products that we use.
AVOID MIXING THESE CLEANING PRODUCTS
- Bleach should not be mixed with anything other than water.
- Ammonia, bleach, and rubbing alcohol should not be mixed.
Products with bleaches are made up of highly reactive chemicals . These chemicals are what makes them respond to other products, which can result in toxic compound. So, unless you know the components inside the bottle and how they behave, don’t mix Cleaning Chemicals.
If you inhale vapors that are generated from mixing products, it may cause difficulty in breathing. Also, the corrosive compounds form chemical reactions may cause damage to surfaces. The best way to tackle tough stains is to call a professional cleaning services company.