Why Use a Professional Cleaning Company That Uses the Right Products

Cleaning is a skill that is learned over time. You can see this when you look at your kids' rooms. Kids have to be taught how to clean. Still, if you don't clean on a regular basis, odds are, you're "clean" is not up to par with a professional cleaning service.

Blue and Green Cleaning Corp offers the best house cleaning services in Boston. Our skilled cleaning specialists ensure your home or office space is cleaned thoroughly. Whether you are a recurring customer or you call us for a move-in/move-out cleaning, we work efficiently to ensure you are 100% satisfied with the cleaning service you've received. Below, we'll take a look at how a professional cleaning company understands how to use the right products to get the job done. Call for a free estimate today!


First, you should never mix cleaning products. This is because some cleaners, when mixed, can produce toxic fumes, or they can become a product that, instead of cleaning, actually harms your surfaces. Household cleaners are made of chemicals. Chemicals form bonds with those around them. So when you mix two different types of chemical cleaners, they can reconfigure themselves, ending up to be something far from what you want.

Professional cleaning services, such as Blue and Green Cleaning in Boston, understand the chemical composition of cleaners. While we stay as natural as possible, sometimes certain chemicals are needed in order to ensure you receive the right clean. Our trained cleaning specialists ensure the cleaning products we use are safe and effective. Call to schedule a free estimate today!


  • Bleach. You really should never mix bleach with anything. It's a very powerful chemical in its own right. You can water bleach down to make it less potent, but that's about it.

  • Ammonia. Ammonia is another powerful chemical that is best as a stand alone product. Mixing bleach and ammonia can cause chest pain and shortness of breath.

  • Vinegar. Use vinegar as a standalone product. Vinegar when mixed with bleach causes chlorine gas, a gas toxic to humans. It can cause coughing, breathing problems, and affect your eyes. When vinegar is mixed with hydrogen peroxide, you can create a corrosive chemical.

  • Rubbing alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is a disinfectant and should never be used as a cleaning agent. If you do use alcohol, never mix it with bleach. This forms the highly-toxic chemical chloroform, which is used as an anesthetic.


When you partner with a professional cleaning company, you can rest assured that your home, office, and the people and pets thereabouts are safe. We never mix our cleaning agents, instead opting for the ones we know that will get the job done. We choose all-natural cleaners as much as possible to create the best environments for you.

If you are interested in our commercial cleaning services or our house cleaning services near Boston, call Blue and Green Cleaning Corp for a free estimate today!