Originally Posted by skipmac
Good question. You can find a lot of cleaners that are labeled green, biodegradable, environmentally safe, etc. All the big name companies are making them now and you can find them in most any grocery or discount store. But I do wonder how environmentally friendly they really are.
Yeah, there are no standards for "green" labeling.
We've always used "Dawn". Figured if it worked for oil-soaked sea birds, it should work for most everything else.
Also note, some of the "green" products work so poorly, that you have to use a whole bunch more. Might actually be more "green" using something else.
Perfect example is automatic dishwashing soap. They removed the phosphates, but added a whole bunch of other chemicals to make it work 1/2 as well!