The chemicals in cleaning solutions degrade indoor air quality which can lead to health problems. Make your own cleaning solutions with non-toxic products that you have around the house.
Greatist.com writer Laura Newcomer suggests that homemade cleaners have multiple benefits in that they save money and "cuts down on packaging waste and reduces the release of household chemicals that can contribute to air and water pollution."*
Newcomer lists several uses for vinegar to clean the kitchen. For kitchen floors made from tile or linoleum, “simply combine one part white vinegar with two parts warm water in a bucket. Use a mop or rag to scrub down the floors with the solution. No need to rinse off! (Note: this one’s not recommended for wood floors)."* To clean kitchen counters, “mix together equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle. If your countertop is made from marble, granite, or stone, skip the vinegar (its acidity is no good for these surfaces) and use rubbing alcohol or the wondrous power of vodka instead.”*
*Laura Newcomer, March 19, 2015. 27 Chemical-Free Recipes for DIY Spring Cleaning. https://greatist.com/health/27-chemical-free-products-diy-spring-cleaning