ⓖⓡⓔⓔⓝ🌿 products vs ⓥⓘⓝⓔⓖⓐⓡ 🤔
Today we would like to write about these two products and its most effective use and application. I’m sure lots of people are trying to clean their homes as effectively as possible but also without harsh chemicals, which unfortunately lots of cleaning products contain.
That’s why we have a choice to decide what products we like to use to best fit our needs and priorities of our families.
Let's start with ⓖⓡⓔⓔⓝ ⓟⓡⓞⓓⓤⓒⓣⓢ
'Green Works' but you have to work much harder to actually make it work or know exactly what dirt and areas of your home to use it on and that's our opinion on this line of cleaning products based on our own experience. Some of our clients and people in general prefer to use green cleaning products nowadays. That's why we are happy to provide them even though we know it's going to take way more effort on occasions when clients insist on using nothing else but green products for absolutely everything.
Let's begin with the Pros: easy to use, nice smell, natural plant mineral base, no harsh chemical residue and safe to use on multiple surfaces around the home. This brand offers all kind of cleaning products from multipurpose cleaner, bathroom cleaner, dishwasher cleaner to toilet cleaner and more.
Cons To achieve the same results as with any traditional chemical based cleaning solutions one has to use more strokes than nearly any other cleaner. It can be used on light dirt only, don't expect miracles after using this cleaner and also it doesn't disinfect at all. Price wise it's more expensive option compared to vinegar. But it seams like we are paying only for the actual green based, no chemical cleaner.
What about natural ⓥⓘⓝⓔⓖⓐⓡ?
As a cleaning company with over 12 years experience in the cleaning industry we know that vinegar doesn’t do much when it comes to major stubborn dirt. On the flip side though, we've tested its various use over time and learned that vinegar worked really well for certain things such as de-greasing appliances in the kitchen, stove surface, cleaning mold and mildew in the bathroom, mirrors cleaning and some light descaling.
Being completely honest about vinegar, YES it's natural but let's not forget about its acidity. Not many people know that for first- vinegar works well only if you use it at full or nearly full strength. Secondly the above mentioned acids can damage natural stone and wood surfaces, so if you decide this to be your preferred cleaner for your home make sure it's safe.
After using both products we came to conclusion that we would rather use the vinegar as our preferred green cleaner for several following reasons ,can be used everywhere without actual label once we know how and where, more powerful without too many strokes and too much of the product and the best benefit for everyone who wants the cheapest and the most natural option this is definitely the winner.