World's FIRST certified organic ZERO-VOC surface cleaner. Safe, nontoxic and made with organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils. Of special value to asthmatics and people with chemical sensitivities.
With indoor pollution and sick building syndrome running rampant in the modern world, Vermont Soap revealed the world’s FIRST certified organic ZERO VOC green surface cleaner. This is the long awaited scentless version of Vermont Soap's famous Liquid Sunshine Spray and Wipe. It is appropriate for someone who is intolerant to the scent of essential oils and is also perfect for customizing with your own scented oils.
Unscented Liquid Sunshine ZERO-VOC spray cleaner is safe for infants, children, pets, asthmatics and immune system compromised individuals. Use in the kitchen, bathroom and playroom and on walls, floors, toys and fine furniture.
Liquid Sunshine ZERO-VOC spray cleaner cleans ALL water safe surfaces without scents or colors or potentially toxic materials. This product represents the future of personal care products. Consumers are tired of being told their products are natural when they cannot even pronounce the ingredient names! It is only by steering our society toward truly natural, organic and sustainably made products that we can change course and stop rushing headlong down the path of disassociation with the natural world that sustains us.
What are VOC’s?
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that evaporate quickly into the surrounding air. They are responsible for most aromas natural and human-made from paint to perfume. Whether smelling a flower or gasoline, it is VOCs that we are sensing.
Human-made indoor VOCs are regulated by law. According to the EPA potential health effects include: “Eye, nose, and throat irritation; headaches, loss of coordination, nausea; damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system. Some organics can cause cancer in animals; some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans. Key signs or symptoms associated with exposure to VOCs include conjunctival irritation, nose and throat discomfort, headache, allergic skin reaction, dyspnea, declines in serum cholinesterase levels, nausea, emesis, epitasis, fatigue, dizziness.
The ability of organic chemicals to cause health effects varies greatly from those that are highly toxic, to those with no known health effect. As with other pollutants, the extent and nature of the health effect will depend on many factors including level of exposure and length of time exposed. Eye and respiratory tract irritation, headaches, dizziness, visual disorders, and memory impairment are among the immediate symptoms that some people have experienced soon after exposure to some organics. At present, not much is known about what health effects occur from the levels of organics usually found in homes. Many organic compounds are known to cause cancer in animals; some are suspected of causing, or are known to cause, cancer in humans“.
See http://www.epa.gov/iaq/voc.html#Health_Effects for more information on VOCs.