Green Cleaning tutorial by Loren LaVoy - Green Cleaning a Sink
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Hello! I am Loren LaVoy, founder of the Green Clean Company. Today, we are working on green cleaning our bathroom, and next, we are going to green clean the sink. Because we are a green cleaning company, we do a few things a little different. One of the things that we do different, is we don't use traditional products. One of the products that we do use, is largely our hydrogen-peroxide based product. And hydrogen-peroxide is used to -- is the same stuff you would use on a cut, or as many people brush their teeth with it. It biodegrades to water and oxygen, and is antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral. It's also very cheap, and we use it for -- in replacement of products like 409 or other products you would use to clean. Another green product that we use is, Bon Ami scouring powder. This is earth friendly, contains no chlorine, perfume, or dyes, and it doesn't contain bleaches, ammonias, or anything that will be harmful to us, and it works just as well. As mentioned before, we are going to work from top to bottom, and also left to right. So to start, with my white scrubby pad in my right hand, and my wiper pad in my left hand, we are going to first spray the sink. Now, remember, the big secret about green cleaning is, some of these products take just a little longer to work. So, instead of just spraying the sink, I am going to quickly run around the room, and spray the toilet, the shower, the mirrors, and everything else. That way, while I am working here with you, the products can be doing the work for us. I am scrubbing with my white pad, because that's going to be much more effective than scrubbing all day long with the white cloth. So, the white scrubby pad is going to be just perfect, and it will remove things a lot quicker. And all I have to do is follow up with my white cloth, just to remove the moisture and put the shine on. We like the shine. Next, we are going to speak about green cleaning the mirror.
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