Protecting the welfare of you and your family should always be top priority. There are many simple tips that you can follow every day, ensuring peace of mind and a cleaner, healthier environment for the family.

Avoid products with strong odours
Covering up an unpleasant odour with another strong odour can cause irritation of the eyes and skin and even cause headaches. The products with the strongest odours are not guaranteed to be the best products for the job.

Use household products to clean
Glass and windows require careful cleaning, and certain chemicals can do more harm than good. Simply use some vinegar to leave surfaces shining. Baking sodas are great for removing stubborn stains from carpets and upholsteries too, saving you the hassle and expense of buying chemical products. Even beeswax can be used to clean and polish wood.

Check labels
Most cleaning products contain toxic elements that could be dangerous to those with health issues or allergies. We recommend eco-friendly products such as our Eco-Tree line.

Keep pests away
To prevent spiders and other insects from getting into shoes, place old stockings rightly around them.

Reuse your aquarium water
Save water by emptying your aquarium water into houseplants, as it is full of nutrients and works as a natural fertiliser.

Fresh vacuuming
After vacuuming, drop some essential oils such as lavender near the vent where the hot air is released to blow the fragrance around the room.

Mask it with coffee
Mask unpleasant odours with coffee beans instead of powerful chemicals.

Keep kitchens clean, always
Keeping the kitchen clean and sanitary is even more vital than the bathroom, as here, raw and cooked food is handled and prepared. 

Keep separate
Protect your family by giving plenty of space between food preparation and any other items that may be on the sides, particularly when handling raw meats and eggs.

Clean all surfaces with disinfectant before chopping meat or food so that any dropped items land on a clean surface and can be retrieved. 

Proper hand washing
Wash hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap and warm water before preparing food and between handling different foods such as meat and vegetables.

Staying chilled
Ensure that your fridge is set to around 2.7 degrees Celsius.

Wash all fruits and vegetables to remove any contaminants, even those that will then have the peel removed.

Use plastic cutting boards when preparing meat, as these are more sanitary then wooden ones. Do not place cooked meat on the same surface that it was prepared raw on. Do not let raw meat or juices come into contact with fruits or vegetables. Use different coloured chopping boards for vegetables and meat, and ensure to choose one for meat and one for veg at all times.