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my cleaner has asked me to buy solvent free cleaning products. How do I know if they're solvent free?

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sylar Tue 22-Sep-09 18:23:35

had a quick scan of the cupboard and none of them say the word "solvent". What am I supposed to be looking for and can anyone just tell me the names of some that are solvent free?

Sagacious Tue 22-Sep-09 18:26:30

Hmm
Are you sure she didn't mean SLS ?

Its a foaming agent but mainly in shampoos and stuff

sylar Tue 22-Sep-09 18:33:11

I have no idea. she left me a note and said its something to do with her asthma ??

Sagacious Tue 22-Sep-09 18:37:38

I use ecover stuff usually as normal cleaners make me feel ill.

But I've not sure what the ingredients are that set it off

With PFB I went seriously Lentil Weaver and made my own from vinegar and lemon juice (and unicorn sweat) and now I can't go near a Flash floor wipe for dry heaving.

twopeople Tue 22-Sep-09 18:50:38

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Flamesparrow Tue 22-Sep-09 18:52:45

Mum's cleaner wanted specific things, so they arranged that she went and bought it and mum refunded.

TheWorstWitch Tue 22-Sep-09 18:59:05

Method do non-toxic cleaning products.

Sagacious Tue 22-Sep-09 19:25:53

Method smell lovely as well ..forgot about them(the wood polish smells like almonds)

KnickKnack Tue 22-Sep-09 19:49:56

Loads of brands to choose from:
Ecover
Method
Earth Friendly Products
Clearspring/Faith In Nature
Seventh Generation
Tons more but my mind has gone blank!

All are available in Health Shops/online and some are available in supermarkets.

whomovedmychocolate Tue 22-Sep-09 19:53:19

Give her a budget and tell her to get them when she goes shopping.

sylar Wed 23-Sep-09 20:59:24

Thanks everyone. We have some method polish and it does smell lovely so will give them a go.

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