Green Living Reducing Ammonia in Your Home Cleaning RoutineBetween 2020 and 2023 people started to question how they view the world. 2024 is going to be the year that leads to a massive change. More and more people are striving for a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. From the food they eat, the products they drink, the supplements they use and the ingredients of EVERYTHING! It’s crucial to evaluate everyday habits, including the cleaning products we use in our homes. Common products we trust to keep us safe can be packed full of ingredients that are harmful for our bodies. One of the most common ingredients in cleaning products is ammonia.

Ammonia, commonly found in various cleaning solutions, can contribute to indoor air pollution and pose health risks. In this blog post, we’ll explore what ammonia does to your body, ways to reduce ammonia in your home cleaning routine and ways to ensure a healthier living environment for you and your loved ones.

Understanding the Dangers of Ammonia in Cleaning Products:

 Ammonia is often present in household cleaners like glass/ window cleaners, floor cleaners, and some multi-purpose cleaners. While effective in cutting through grime and grease, excessive exposure to ammonia fumes can irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. Long-term exposure may lead to more severe health issues including damage to your nervous system and impair your ability to take in oxygen effectively due to micro-changes in the lungs.

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2. Vinegar and Water Solution:

Mix equal parts of white vinegar and water to create an effective, natural cleaning solution. This mixture is excellent for cleaning glass, countertops, and various surfaces without the need for harsh chemicals. Vinegar’s acidity helps break down stains and grime.

3. Baking Soda Scrub:

Baking soda is a versatile and gentle abrasive that can be used to clean surfaces like sinks, tubs, and stovetops. Create a paste by mixing baking soda with water, and scrub away dirt and stains without the need for ammonia-based cleaners.

4. Microfiber Cloths and Steam Cleaners:

Microfiber cloths are highly effective in trapping dust and dirt without the need for chemical cleaners. Additionally, steam cleaners use hot water vapor to sanitize and clean surfaces, eliminating the need for ammonia and other harsh chemicals.

5. DIY All-Purpose Cleaner:

Create your all-purpose cleaner by combining water, white vinegar, and a few drops of essential oil for a pleasant fragrance. This homemade solution can be used to clean various surfaces in your home.

6. Read Labels:

When purchasing cleaning products, read labels carefully to identify ammonia-free alternatives.


Reducing ammonia in your home cleaning routine is a positive step towards creating a healthier living space. By embracing eco-friendly alternatives and making informed choices about the products you use, you contribute to a cleaner indoor environment and a more sustainable

lifestyle. Let’s prioritize the well-being of our homes and our planet by minimizing the use of ammonia in our cleaning practices. Over the course of 2024 be prepared to feel better about the choices you make by reading this blog and following us on Instagram for exclusive updates regarding ways to live a cleaner and healthier life.

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