What are the differences between aerosols and non-aerosols?
CFCs: CFCs in aerosol sprays have been banned in the US since 1978. However, aerosols can still contain hydrocarbons and/or compressed gasses, which are known to contribute to global warming. Every time you press an aerosol button, you are increasing your carbon footprint and reduce the quality of the air you breathe.
VOCs: Almost all aerosols contain a significant amount of VOCs. The aerosol delivery system increases the negative effects of VOCs because of the reduced particle size of the product and the proximity to the user when sprayed.
Indoor Air Quality: The VOC levels of aerosols contribute greatly in reducing indoor air quality. The average person spends about 90% of their day indoors where air pollution can be up to 100 times greater than the outdoor air. Eliminating aerosols and replacing them with Earth Friendly Products is an easy way to increase the quality of the air you breath.
Prices & Sizes: The two most common sizes of aerosol cans are 16 and 20 ounces, which are filled anywhere from 10 to 20 ounces, depending on the product and manufacturer. Earth Friendly Products offers a 32-ounce trigger spray product to match-up with almost every aerosol cleaner.
About Earth Friendly Products:
No compressed gas or hydrocarbons
Zero VOC emission
Improved air quality
Full 32 ounces of product at the same, if not lower cost
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