Snježana Bartolec has created a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo to promote green cleaning products. With Lemon Flower as the main cleaning ingredient, she hopes to bring her cleaning products to the market as a full line of products. She uses food coloring for color and essential oils for the nice lavender or orange scent. She also wants to be an advocate for green cleaning.
The products will ship from Croatia, where she lives. Bartolec says: Beware of unregulated "green wash" claims on labels! Terms such as "natural" and "eco-friendly" shouldn't be equated with safety unless they're backed up with specific ingredient information, such as "solvent-free," "no petroleum-based ingredients," "no phosphates," etc. "Non-toxic" has no official definition, so unless a third party has verified this claim, it is not considered meaningful. And don't believe "organic" ingredients in cleaning and other chemical products are any safer than other substances. Although "organic" in the grocery store refers to foods grown without synthetic pesticides, in chemistry it refers to chemicals that are carbon-based, including some VOCs (volatile organic compounds) that release harmful fumes and may cause brain damage or cancer.
Her project can be found here http://igg.me/at/NaturalCleaning
As with any crowd funding project, you must do your own due diligence and check out any campaign you decide to support.
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