March 23, 2007

BabyGanics: Non-toxic cleaners


When your baby crawls around your kitchen floor, do you know what kinds of chemicals her delicate skin is picking up? How about when she sticks those grubby hands in her mouth? The chemical residues from cleaning products can linger for a long time, and those toxins can be easily absorbed through the skin and mouth. The folks at BabyGanics have created a line of cleaning products that are safe for children, pets, and the environment. Created using all natural ingredients, BabyGanics claim to have superior performance to conventional cleaners. The cleaners have no fillers or dyes, contain no pollutants, caustic ingredients or volatile organic compounds. BabyGanics is available as a concentrated floor cleaner, glass cleaner, tub and tile cleaner, and a all purpose cleaner.

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Posted by Peter at March 23, 2007 11:30 AM
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After a decade of using vinegar and water and bon ami for cleaning my house (which I still think is a great economical solution for green cleaning) I was sent Babyganics and tested them for a couple of weeks in my house and now sell thme on my site. I love them! They clean great and smell "clean"- no toxic ordors. I am sensitive to chemicals and can't stand artifical fragrances. Babyganics is non-toxic and fantastic.

Posted by: Justyn LeDrew at March 16, 2008 12:56 AM

Paulette Schaefer may have stored BabyGanics in an extremely cold place, like a garage or basement. It may turn cloudy based on temperature changes that affect liquids. Even with this change, it will not affect its cleaning abilities or safety. Store BabyGanics away from extreme cold and you probably won't have this change.

Posted by: Robert Lamber at December 11, 2007 5:00 PM

I also tried BabyGanics and think they work great. They really did clean my house. Mine did not turn milky at all, still very clean and clear.

Posted by: Leslie at September 4, 2007 2:56 PM

I tried the babyganics products. They seemed clear and clean in the bottle, but then turned milky and gross looking. It made me nervous about what was in them. They may be organic, but it doesn't look all that clean....

Posted by: paullette schaefers at July 9, 2007 5:53 PM
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