When picking out cleaners for the home, try to avoid unnecessary dyes and fragrances and avoid extra packaging. Be careful with concentrates. Using a cleanser that comes in concentrated form does save on packaging by allowing consumers to mix it up and dilute it at home. But in its concentrated form care must be taken to avoid exposure to people and the environment from the highly concentrated ingredients. People cleaned their houses long before all the fancy products hit the market and the commercial hit the airways. They used common ingredients, a little know how, and mixing and managed to get the dirt and dust up. A lot of times these cleaning ingredients are less expensive than the new and improved products being advertised.