Do you like to clean?
One of the most important decisions we had made shortly after we were married in 2003, was to switch from conventional cleaning products containing hazardous, cancer-causing chemicals to more natural cleaners.
Unfortunately, although we liked that we were no longer adding toxins to our home, we were underwhelmed with their ability to actually clean things well.
That changed a couple of years later when we were introduced to non-toxic cleaners that were not only environmentally friendly, but that actually cleaned as good or better than conventional cleaning products.
So when we transitioned into full-time RV living in August 2018, it was the one question for which we already had a solution.
The great thing about living in 180 square feet is that you don’t have as much space to clean which makes using non-toxic, environmentally friendly cleaning products that actually work all the more important …
… no way we were going to turn our “tiny home” into a toxic stew.
One of the reasons we love Get Clean® is because the products are super-concentrated which saves us money.
Additionally, the cleaning products we use don’t contain any of the bad stuff so our family, including our children, is safe when using them.
NO harmful fumes
NO chlorine bleach
… and NO hazardous chemicals such as: kerosene, phenol, cresol, lye, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, sulfamic acid, petroleum distillates, ammonia (we’ve all cleaned with that crazy chemical, haven’t we?), butyl, cellosolve, phosphoric acid, formaldehyde (yikes), or morpholine.
This is especially important when it comes to dumping your grey and black holding tanks because most dump stations will post a sign stating the illegality of dumping toxins into open sewers and dump stations, like this one here:
Arguably, no one is going to get fined for dumping their holding tanks even though most people, despite our best efforts, are still cleaning their RVs and 5th wheel trailers with conventional, toxic cleaning products.
Moreover, when we find ourselves dry camping in the boondocks and need to dump our grey water tank’s contents, we’re not harming nature in any way.