Debunking Cleaning Myths

If you are like us, you might be interested in learning whether some things that are said about cleaning supplies are true or not. So, we decided to make a list of some well-written articles related to the most common myths about cleaning or cleaning products.

We all accept some things as true for most of our lives–until someone comes along and makes us realize the foolishness of what we believed :) . It’s okay to admit it. It happens to all of us.

  • The Bleach Myth: if you were taught that bleach is the best sanitizer for your home, you might want to think again.
  • Floor Cleaning Myths: learn three of the most common myths related to cleaning your floors. Hint: if you thought vacuuming wears out your carpet, you need to read this!
  • The Myth About Vinegar: if you believe vinegar cleans anything, you need to read this article to learn when to use vinegar.
  • “Using-More-Detergent-Cleans-Better” Myth: I have been guilty of this many times. But this article reveals why using more detergent isn’t going to clean your clothes better.
  • The Green Cleaning Myths: this is one of my favorite. So many cleaning products started adding “all-natural” or “organic” to their list of ingredients to entice the green crowd to buy their products. However, those products are not as clean as their manufacturers want you to believe. Read this article to learn more about choosing green products.

If nothing else, we hope these articles prove how important it is to use the right product for the job. While some cleaners are great for some surfaces, using them on other surfaces can lead to terrible results. Hence, you need to learn what to use for each specific task.