Steam Cleaning Is Much Safer Than Cleaning With Chemicals.

PERAGO QUICKsteam Floor steamers and PERAGO QUICKsteam Handheld steamers sanitize your home and leave it safe for your family

Don't Let the Chemical Product Companies Poison Your Home!
Most household cleaners contain toxic chemicals such as Ammonia, Formaldehyde, Phthalates, and 2-butoxyethanol are among them. Oven cleaners are one of the most toxic products people use and often contain caustic lye and ammonia.
Chemical companies spend billions of dollars each year in advertising their products. Ninety-one percent of the population applies 300-million pounds of these poisons annually, often indoors. 

The government acknowledges that these cleaning products are hazardous, but regulation only requires labels if they are: combustible, corrosive, poisonous, etc and companies are not required to expose the full chemical ingredient list.

What's In That Can of Lemon Furniture Cleaner? Butane, Propane, Isobutane, Silicones.  Do you really want to clean with gases?

That Bottle Of Window Cleaner Will Shine Your Glass But What Is It Doing To You?Some of the ingredients are Propylene Glycol, Isopropanol, Ethylene Glycol, n-hexyl Ether ,Monoethanolamine, Ammonium Hydroxide.

How About That Room Deodorizer?  They may cover odors, but a toxic chemical found in room deodorizers is often found in the blood chemistry of 95% of children and adults. 

The Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit environmental research organization based in Washington, D.C. and a leading content provider for public interest groups and concerned citizens in the area of toxic chemicals (

Some of the most toxic cleaning products on the market:

• Simple Green Concentrated All-Purpose Cleaner—This product is anything but green. It contains 2-butoxyethanol, a solvent that soaks through the skin and damages red blood cells; even more dangerous is that some people miss the fine print and don't dilute it.

• Citra-Solv Cleaner & Degreaser—Orange may seem natural, but these sprays contain d-limonene, which can react with ozone in the air to form tiny harmful lung-penetrating particles and the known carcinogen formaldehyde.

• Clorox, Fantastik, Febreze, Formula 409, Mr. Clean, and Spic and Span— EWG says many sprays sold under these brand names contain quaternary ammonium compounds or ethanolamine, compounds that can cause or trigger asthma.

• Spic and Span Multi-Surface and Floor Cleaner—California is more strict when it comes to toxic compounds, and it's put a ban on nonylphenolethoxylate, an ingredient in this floor cleaner that is toxic to the environment and disrupts the hormonal system.

• Mop &Glo Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner—Contains high concentrations of a substance that the United Nations says is "suspected of damaging the unborn child."

 Lysol Disinfectant Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Lime & Rust Remover—Sure, this will kill germs in your toilet bowl…but it could also kill you or your pet if it's swallowed. The acid in the cleaner can also cause irreversible eye damage.

• Scrubbing Bubbles Antibacterial Bathroom Cleaner & Extend-a-Clean Mega Shower Foamer—These lung-inflaming products contain 10 percent DEGBE, a solvent banned in the European Union at concentrations above 3 percent.

• Glade Air Freshener Sprays—Air fresheners and other cleaning products often contain addictive additives that can be gateway drugs. That can be fatal if you're inhaling some Glade products. EWG says Wick automatic air fresheners and old English furniture polish carry the same warning.

Avoid any kind of air freshener or deodorizer that contains synthetic fragrances. “These products do not clean or disinfect the air, but they do add hazardous chemicals to the air we breathe"  stated Anne Steinemann, PhD, University of Washington.

Steam Cleaning with PERAGO QUICKsteam products creates a fresh and safe home environment, WITHOUT the use of harmful chemicals.

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