natural hypoallergy cleaning

10 Best Natural Hypoallergy Cleaning Products

Keep your abode looking spotless without the need for any harmful chemicals or additives.

Have you ever been worried about what toxins could be lurking in your cleaning products?

We鈥檝e put together a selection of cleaning products that are free from chemicals, which are often found in household products from major brands but, in fact, are harmful to both our health and the environmental. The worst offenders are phthalates, which is used to add fragrance but can be easily absorbed through the skin; triclosan, which is used in dishwashing detergents and can cause the growth of drug-resistant bacteria; 2-butoxyethanol, which is used in multipurpose cleaners and can irritate the throat; and chlorine, which is used in bathroom cleaning products but is a respiratory irritant that can cause both acute and chronic health problems.

 

  1. GLASS & STAINLESS TEEL
    Effectiveness without streaks. For glass & stainless steal in one! No rainbow like residue on steel. Perfect where glass and steel comes together.
  2. KITCHEN & EQUIPMENT
    For effectiv daily dirt and fatty residue dissolving without harming you, the environment and the surfaces being washed.
  3. BATHROOM & FITTINGS
    A natural formula for daily care and cleaning of the bathroom and fittings. Removes water tarnish, soap residue and other dirt. Leaves surface clean and shiny.
  4. FLOOR PANELS & GRES
    Perfect solution for easy, purely organic and healthy floor cleaning. Prepare dilution. Spread it with wet mop all over the floor. Wait 60 sec. Wash with semidry mop. No fussy smel. No dirt left.
    Max dilution 1%
    PS. Judge the efectivness by taking a look at the waste colour.
  5. OILED WOOD
    Fantastic way of takig care of oiled and waxed wood on floor, tables. Removes dirt and refreshes, leaving slightl dull surface.
    Max dilution 1%
    PS. Judge the efectivness by taking a look at the waste colour.
    Has not shown irritating or sensitizing properties proved in contact tests.
  6. WASHING UP
    A minimalist and natural formula for washing dishes based on components of plant origin. Without foaming and thickening agents. Naturally thick.
    Perfectly removes dirt and does not dry the skin.
    Has not shown irritating or sensitizing properties proved in contact tests.
  7. NATURAL LEATHER
    Hypoallergenic, natural and safe cleanliness of furniture and items made of leather. Created on the basis of natural Marseille Soap.
    No dyes and odor substances. Spray, wait, scrub and wipe it off.
    It does not irritate the skin and does keep the leather soft.
    Has not shown irritating or sensitizing properties proved in contact tests
  8. SHOWER DECALC
    Hypoallergenic, natural and safe removing of water residue and calc. Created on the basis of natural acids.
    No dyes nor odor substances. Spray, wait, scrub and rinse.
    Repeat the process if needed.
  9. CLEAN TOYS
    Hypoallergenic, natural and safe way of cleaning toys and any other water resistant equipment. Leaves equipment free from dirt, dust and saliva residue.
    No dyes, odors nor any toxic substances. Spray, wait, wash and rinse.
  10. CLEAN FRUITS
    100,00% natural cleanliness of fruits & vegetables. Removing pesticides, preservatives, antibiotics and normal dirt.
    Prepare the dilution, put the fruits or vegetables, wait, clean gently, rinse and…
    Bon Appetit 馃檪
    It does not leave messy residue.
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Hypoallergenic Cleaning

For Your healthy & protection! Hypoallergenic Cleaning Certyfied Products.

For Your healthy & protection! Hypoallergenic Cleaning Certyfied Products.

Especially recommended for people
with allergies, asthma and skin diseases.

Use healthy, safe & 100% pure natural products.
Keep Your skin out of reach of synthetic and alergenic chemicals.
Keep Your body, home and enviroment free of poison.

NATURAL INGREDIENTS ONLY, LACKING OF DYES, AROMAS, ALLERGENIC, CARCINOGENIC, TOXIC OR ANY OTHER HARMFUL OR POTENTIALLY HARMFUL SUBSTANCES, SLS (SLES), ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES

dominates the Kitchen

A mass of micro fat droplets are raised during almost each cooking. These stay tiny and invisible to stick to everything around. At some point they become a thin but sticky layer of fat and dust. In order to get rid of such dirt the alkali product should be used. Of course the safer the better and nice if that can be harmless for furniture and our skin. 馃檪

and the Bathroom?

… daily dirt, the soap or hair spray residue; the water calk on a tap, urine marks and all that together on a bathroom floor.

But the chlorine is not the perfect solution..

It is not the secret that the perfect solution for such environment is an acid based product. It should dissolve the dirt, reduce the calkand and slightly disinfect washing surfaces.
Trying to avoid complicated and hazardous cleaning stuff is the good choice. Let’s do it the simplest way and with the full respect for Our health. 馃檪

the rooms finally

… nothing sudden or thoughtless, as that’s how it should be in the badroom and saloon 馃槈

Some gentle touch and soft approach only.
With pH close to neutral for a wooden floor and natural leather seats to be trated with natural touch..

See the Products:

Bathroom
Clean Fruits
Clean Toys
Dish Wash
Floor
Glass
Kichen
Natural Leather
Oiled Wood
Shower Decalc


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The use of LED lighting in agriculture.

The use of LED lighting in agriculture.

The British producer of lettuce and herbs puts on lighting LED crops.


The Madestein UK company was founded in 1982 and introduced many innovations to the British market, including curly leaves lettuce at the end of the 1980s and a mix of mixed salads in 2001. Currently, they focus on the production of greenhouse lettuce and fresh basil throughout the year. In addition to traditional growing methods, Madestein UK uses sustainable cultivation methods, such as the Deep Flow hydroponic system, which uses water efficiently and minimizes the risk of groundwater contamination.

– We see a great demand for British lettuce and herbs, so we were looking for ways to increase our productivity. We were impressed by what we saw when visiting breeders in the Netherlands and Finland who use LEDs for growing lettuce. Our goal is to use LED lights to improve the quality, reduce the impact of adverse weather conditions and improve the durability of our products – says Jonathan Zwinkels from Madestein UK.

irrigation systems

What are irrigation systems?

What are irrigation systems?


Irrigation systems.
The garden is to serve us as a place of tranquility, relaxation and rest. When designing it, we know that it has to combine functionality in its design and at the same time delight with its appearance.

The garden has specific functions: representative, recreational and seating. In order for the garden to arouse admiration with its appearance, suitable plants must be selected, and to be able to survive there, they should have an irrigation system. It is worth investing in such a sprinkler, because we then save up to 50% less water than with manual watering and it is less labor-intensive.
The greatest water shortage is in summer. It’s not just about the heat that makes the flowers wither and the lack of rain, sometimes it happens that the soil is so dry that it hinders the penetration of water into the roots of plants.
The irrigation system is a network of pipes distributed under the surface of the ground, armed with sprinklers and electrovalves. The whole is complemented by a controller that controls the operation of the irrigation system without human intervention, taking into account the level of precipitation with the use of a drop sensor, which results in the system being shut down in the event of a rain. The selection of the installation depends on the irrigated land. Light types have better permeability than heavy soils. You should also take into account the speed of water binding in the ground and the depth at which we will water. If the sprinklers are properly selected, we will not have to worry about plants in our garden anymore.

 

The basic types of sprinklers are:

鈥 Micro-sprinklers – they are used for irrigation rebates and groups of bushes, they are very small, they consist of a spray head and a pin that sticks into the ground. With the irrigation line, they connect with small hoses, spray water into tiny drops, creating a mist. They are easy to assemble, use little water and can work at low pressures, but have a small range and are easy to damage.
鈥 Permanent sprinklers – for watering larger areas and lawns. They are placed in the ground. Thanks to appropriate nozzles, they can water vertebrae with a radius of up to 10 m. They also have a filter to prevent nozzles clogging. Such sprinklers are divided into pop-up and invisible ones. Wynurzalne is such, hidden under the surface of the soil, protrude upwards under the influence of water pressure, and at rest they are hidden and invisible between the grass. We distinguish high-emergent sprinklers, used in clumps of bushes and at rebates, where the nozzle rises 30 cm above the ground, and low, which is used for watering lawns, protruding only 10 cm above the ground. Non-irrigating sprinklers are those that are mounted on a rigid tube and covered with higher plants, e.g. shrubs. Due to the fact that they are quite durable and relatively cheap, they are used in home gardens, unless the sprinkler protruding slightly above the surface of the earth does not bother too much.
鈥 Mobile sprinklers have a large operating range (can be set from 0 to 360 degrees), so they are usually watered with lawns. They have two types of mechanisms that force rotation around their own axis: hammer and turbine. In rotary sprinklers with a hammer or turbine mechanism, a stream of water turns a circle or its any part, evenly spraying the area far and near.
Dripping devices – consist of a series of drip heads embedded in a polyethylene hose. They are arranged mainly along a hedge or perennial or rose rebate. You can lightly cover it with earth or bark.
Dripping Minilites – they differ from the above-mentioned dripping devices only in that you can determine the place where the water will flow out.

 

 

led diode

How does LED lighting work?

LED diode. How does LED lighting work?

The operation of LED lighting is based on electroluminescence, which is the result of a combination of electrons and holes in the P-N semiconductor connectors found in LED diodes.

Semiconductor is a crystal that is made of two layers – the N layer contains electrons (negative charge) while the P layer contains so-called holes (positive charge). When the current is supplied to the semiconductor, the electrons from the N layer jump to the P layer and during this jump, the energy separated out in the form of radiation – that is, simply light – is released. In contrast to incandescent bulbs and so-called energy-saving fluorescent lamps, there is no energy loss for heat and no harmful substances for the environment. In addition, LED bulbs are 100% biodegradable.

 

The color of light in LED lighting depends on the type of material from which the semiconductor is made and on the distance the electrons from the N to P layer have to jump over.
Unlike other light sources that need special filters for this, LEDs produce light instantly in a specific color, making it intense and saturated.
LED Lighting

Why LED Lighting?

The best and shortest answer is in a few words: ECONOMY, STYLISTICS, ENERGY SAVING, LIFE, ECOLOGY and SAFETY.


First, ECONOMY, because LED technology is the most financially effective source of light. In practice, this is a reduction in electricity bills by up to several dozen percent. Saving is not everything, it also counts …

 

… STYLISTICS, because each of us wants to surround ourselves with aesthetic objects especially at home and at work. LED lighting gives unique, unprecedented possibilities of arrangement. In addition, LED lighting offers a wide range of colors, so we can get the mapping of natural solar lighting. LED bulbs are not only effective, but also effective.

 

Returning to practical reasons, you can not forget ENERGY SAVINGS. Thanks to LED diodes, you can use up to 90% less energy while maintaining current light parameters. In addition, in contrast to the so-called energy-saving fluorescent lamps, LED lighting shines with full power immediately after switching on. This is not only important for the comfort of use, but also from the point of view of energy saving. LED bulbs do not consume additional energy for warming up.

 

A distinctly perceptible feature is LIFE – incomparably greater than in the case of ordinary incandescent bulbs and even ‘energy-efficient’ fluorescent lamps. LED lighting shines in the same strong light stream up to 50000h without losing its efficiency. Simply put, you would exchange 30 ordinary incandescent bulbs and 6 ‘energy-saving’ compact fluorescent lamps, and at the same time only one LED bulb. What’s more – frequent switching on and off does not shorten the life of the LED, as is the case with other types of light bulbs.

 

ECOLOGY is not only a matter of trends and mentality. It also affects the environment and our health. In contrast to the so-called energy-saving lamps LED bulbs do not contain mercury or other substances hazardous to the environment and our environment. In addition, they are 100% biodegradable.

 

Finally, SAINT. Products using LED technology are much more resistant to shocks and vibrations, which in the traditional lighting cause the incandescent filaments or cracking fluorescent lamp housings. Thanks to their unique properties, LED bulbs do not heat up. The use of LED lighting therefore minimizes the risk of fire or burns to your child.

 

 

led tube light

Replacing gas lamps for LED tubes.

LED tube light Replacement of conventional fluorescent lamps with fluorescent lamps with LED diodes.

LED tube light. LED fluorescent lamps, unlike gas fluorescent lamps, do not need ignition systems. The use of such additives results from the fact that in a traditional fluorescent lamp there is gas and it must be heated to the right temperature, and in the case of LED fluorescent lamps there is no need. The LED tube should be connected directly to 230V in the extreme poles of the fluorescent lamp.

In LED tubes we get 95% power after switching on, but after the diode warms up, the efficiency increases to 100%.

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LED STRIPS

LED STRIPS – What you need to know.

LED STRIPS – What you need to know.

Read absolutely.

  • Where will the bar be placed and will it be used to illuminate the workplace, ambient light or accent lighting?

  • LED strips should be installed on an even, clean and dry surface.

  • Different types of light are produced by changing the size, number and color of the LEDs on the strip.

  • The use of integrated LED strips inside or outside in dry or wet areas, which are determined by the IP rating of the tape (eg standard (IP20) or with silicone coating (IP65)).

  • Do you need to hide (if necessary) the belt, driver and wires?

  • How will the bar be turned on and off? Will it be part of your lighting circuit or controlled by a separate switch?

  • The final lighting effect will depend on many factors, including;

  • The size of the LEDs, the number of LEDs per meter, the angle and position of the strip, the texture of the color, distance and reflectivity of the surface and distance of the observer from the belt

  • You can evaluate the degree of lighting of the LED strip, installing it on a working tape, which can be removed, for example masking tape, and then safely powering it, see the light beam, pattern and angle before you finally attach the strap.The integrated LED strips are manufactured and tested to the highest standards to ensure uniform color and light quality over the entire length of the strap.LED Strips offer

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cri lighting

What is the CRI indicator?

CRI lighting. What is the CRI indicator.

Who knows what the CRI indicator is?

When you look at bulbs or any kind of lamp, you often notice how many products have the number “CRI”, known as “Color rendering index”.

But what is “CRI” and how does its rating affect our decision when buying lighting?

CRI (Color Rendering Index) is a standard measurement of the source’s ability to reveal the colors of objects compared to a natural light source.

The highest possible CRI is 100. It is the same color as natural daylight, which is often found in incandescent / halogen bulbs.

The color of the light is defined as the correlated color temperature (CC9) and is measured in Kelvin (K). Warmer / yellow bulbs = 3500k, and cooler / more blue bulbs = 6500k.

The picture shows a comparison for CRI 75 vs 95

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Warm white or Cool white?

LED color. Warm white or Cool white?

LED color. Color temperature is a characteristic of visible light that has important applications in lighting. In practice, color temperature is meaningful only for light sources that do in fact correspond somewhat closely to the radiation of some black body, i.e., those on a line from reddish/orange via yellow and more or less white to blueish white. Color temperature is expressed in kelvins, using the symbol K, a unit of measure for absolute temperature.Color temperatures over 5000 K are called “cool colors” (bluish white), while lower color temperatures (2700鈥3000 K) are called “warm colors” (yellowish white through red).

Kelvins

If you like the traditional yellowish colour of a conventional lamp then warm white around (2700-3000K ) would be the ideal choice, this is the most popular choice for homes. If you want a modern, clean look, you may prefer the cleaner, brighter feel of a cool white lamp (4000K+). Cool white light contains more blue light and looks brighter

Color temperature comparison of common electric lamps

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The following standard colour scheme is recommended:

Warm to Warm white 鈥 living room, bedroom, hallway

White to Cool white 鈥 kitchen, study, bathroom, cupboard, office, retail

Daylight – Commercial, retail, art studios

How do I know which one I am buying ?

All Integral retail packs have a clear icon and colour temperature indicated on the packaging. In addition, each lamp will have the colour temperature printed on the base e.g. ” 3000K”.

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