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Traditional household cleaners play a huge factor in this pollution. Synthetic household products contain harmful chemicals that react with ozone from the air, creating toxins like formaldehyde. As an individual you have the power to control most of your choices and, therefore, the impact you create on the environment. Embracing a greener lifestyle isn't just about helping to preserve equatorial rain forests, it can also mean improving your health, padding your bank account, and, ultimately, improving your overall quality of life. For instance, Americans do a lot of laundry - about eight loads a week on average, using store-bought detergent adds up. If you'd rather save money, try making your own detergent - it's a fun, easy project, and your laundry will cost only pennies per load. So to sum up... non-toxic cleaners are perfectly safe around children, keep the air you breathe clean, are much, much cheaper and they don't harm the environment.