Green Household Cleaners Can Outperform Non-Green Cleaners

Gone are the days of using harsh, toxic chemicals to get the job done. With recent technology in green cleaning chemical formulation, not only are some green cleaners able to match the performance of non-green cleaners, they have surpassed them. Here are the reasons why:

  • Massive companies see no need to change or improve the formulas of their household cleaning products; they already have the sales.
  • Small companies have the ability to change their formula multiple times quickly to constantly try new things and improve the performance of their cleaners.
  • New technology has allowed chemical companies to extract surfactants from eco-friendly sources that have great performance.
  • The understanding of how to clean things has grown greatly using science, chemistry, and logic, rather than using the harshest chemicals available

There is a common misconception that green cleaners cannot match their non-green counterparts. This is true of the old green household cleaning products, they have strong sales so they have no motivation to improve their products. Think about how far technology has come in almost every other industry, yet we still use cleaning products that were formulated in the fifties and sixties. How does that make sense?

There is a new company called BioWorx that has created a full line of chemicals that do indeed outperform the best green and non-green cleaners using eco-friendly, non-toxic chemistry Their cleaners are able to dissolve more soap scum, scale, and grime than the leading household cleaners. Not only do they achieve this, they don’t hide their results or their formulas either. All of the results of BioWorx lab tests are published on their website along with the ingredients, letting you come to your own conclusions.  BioWorx is dedicated to informing consumers that you don’t need to harm yourselves and the environment anymore just to have a clean kitchen and bathroom. Stop putting yourself, your family, and the environment at risk with toxic chemicals. 

Posted on February 12, 2014 .