As consumers, being environmentally friendly is one of the most important considerations when purchasing a new product or household appliance. Throughout the last few years, shoppers have been heavily focused on buying cost-effective products that are energy efficient and therefore have less of an impact on the environment.
Spring cleaning is in the air, and today, environmentally-friendly cleaning products abound.
You try hard to live a lifestyle that not only avoids exposing your family to unnecessary harsh chemicals, but also one that doesn’t expose the planet to unnecessary toxins, pollutants, and other negative outcomes. For some people, cleaning products have proven particularly challenging.
Many consumers today go out of their way to make planet-friendly purchasing decisions. They make efforts to conserve resources, recycle when possible, reduce waste, and reuse items that would otherwise go into landfills. With that in mind, many consumers are taking an interest in buying items that are “green” or earth-friendly — including mattresses. Unfortunately, at times and through no fault of their own, what they purchased isn’t always as eco-friendly as what they intended it to be because of greenwashing.