Vapor Steam Cleaners Help Protect Children from Toxins

Clean Schools Faster, Healthier And Thousands Of Times Better Than Most Chemicals

Online PR News – 31-March-2010 – – Chemicals found in school and household cleaners are associated with disturbing health problems, including cancer and reproductive toxicity. In recent testimony before the Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works, Dr. Ted Schettler, a former advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), told lawmakers that “compared to adults, developing children are uniquely susceptible to hazardous environmental exposures.” In 2009, The Environmental Working Group asked the alarming question, “Do clean schools make kids sick?”, one of the most respected names in the steam vapor cleaning industry, knows the importance of protecting children from cleaning chemicals. “It has been our mission for the past 11 years to educate parents on using environmentally friendly cleaning products and healthier and safer methods of cleaning homes and schools,” says V. K. Dunlop, vice president. “We have customers in every state in the nation and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. So I guess we’ve been doing a good job.”

Certified by Nelson Labs of Utah, a Ladybug steam cleaner equipped with the TANCS (Thermo Accelerated Nano Crystal Sanitation) option is the only non-chemical based cleaning system to qualify as a disinfection device with the EPA. Cleaning with a Ladybug, like the popular Ladybug XL steam cleaner, cuts cleaning time by 50% and prolongs the life of expensive equipment—all the while saving money by reducing the need for sponges, mops, buckets, paper towels, expensive chemicals, etc.

“The Ladybug Tekno 2350 is ideal for cleaning up school restrooms,” says Dunlop, “which many parents tell their children to avoid because they consider them a health threat.”

Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois, is redefining the role the cleaning industry plays in shaping a sustainable world. With customers that include hospitals, healthcare clinics, supermarkets, restaurants, fast food chains, corporations, auto detailers, schools, pet lovers and homeowners, is moving fast to educate consumers and businesses that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals.

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