Could Mopping Your floors be harming your dog?

It's something I never thought of before and I am sure that it hasn't even crossed your mind as well. When you mop your floor, what solution are you using? If you aren't using the Thieves Household cleaner to mop your floors you very well could be poisoning your dog, yourself and your kids. How you ask?

Watch this video and see for yourself.

The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health studied 2,983 ingredients in our products at home and found 884 toxic ingredients. 314 of them cased biological mutations. 218 caused reproductive problems. 778 were toxic to the human body. 146 they knew caused cancer tumors but were allowed in the United States, even though they were banned in other countries around the world. Many of these chemicals are allowed in common cleaning supplies in the United States things under your cabinets right now.

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