Household Cleaning Liquids

Nobody likes cleaning, but you can make the job easier by investing in a multipurpose liquid cleaner. Read More See less

They can be diluted to clean almost anything, in any room of your home, from surfaces and sinks to toilets and floors, we have household names like Dettol and Zoflora waiting to eliminate germs so your home is clean and smelling fresh.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have to buy specific household cleaning products for certain rooms?

You can, but you don’t have to - choosing generic, all-purpose cleaning products that are suitable for all rooms of your house will be a cheaper option.


Things like all-purpose cleaning spray can clean the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom, while bleach can kill the bacteria in your toilet and kitchen sink.


Glass cleaners leave a streak-free finish on windows, mirrored, and glass surfaces, like your shower or living room tables.

What are the active ingredients in household cleaning products?

There are three main ingredients in your household cleaning products - surfactants, fragrances, and preservatives.


Surfactants are cleaning and foaming agents, which have the ability to remove dirt and bacteria from clothes, skin, and dishes.


Fragrances are added to make the cleaning product smell more appealing and to give your home a fresh, clean smell.


You use your cleaning products to get rid of bacteria and dirt - that’s why the cleaning product itself needs to contain preservatives to avoid becoming infected with bacteria and yeast.

How do I know if cleaning products are hypoallergenic?

If you suffer from allergies, it can be a constant battle - a build-up of dust can cause your allergies to flare up, and using cleaning products to get rid of the dust can cause it, too.


If you are known to suffer from allergies, it’s best to find cleaning products that are non-toxic to prevent a flare-up.


Baking soda and vinegar are useful cleaning alternatives that can be diluted differently for different uses.

What are the best cleaning products to use with sensitive skin?

If you have sensitive skin, it’s best to avoid cleaning products that include toxic ingredients.


You’ll know if a product is toxic if it has a pollution image warning, or advises you to use it in a well-ventilated area.


Look for products that are advertised as ‘fragrance-free’ and ‘dye-free’, or ‘green’ and ‘natural’.


Always take precautions when using cleaning products, like wearing gloves and well-covered clothing to avoid contact with your skin.

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