A new self-cleaning oven and vacuum cleaner, a mold cleaner, and a grout cleaner are among a host of cleaning products being offered by pet cleaning companies in India.
But there are many other items to consider when it comes to cleaning, according to industry experts.
Read more: What to look for when shopping for pet care products hereIn addition to the products, the brands of the companies offer a range of services, including home maintenance, pet health and wellness, pet wellness, grooming, pet care and grooming equipment.
The products have come under the scanner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), which is examining the safety of pet products sold in India, especially those made in the country.
According to an industry spokesperson, the CPSC has issued a notification to all pet cleaning brands in the past few weeks and the department is reviewing the products on a regular basis.
The CPSC is probing several pet products to ascertain if they have safety issues.
For instance, in March, a complaint was filed against two pet cleaning products in Delhi, alleging they could cause irritation and injury to pets and are not safe for pets to use.
In February, the Delhi government launched an investigation into the safety issues with one of the products.
A similar complaint was registered against a product from the company.
The product from Pet Cleaner India Pvt Ltd, which is based in New Delhi, has been issued an official warning by the CPSCs, while the brand of Pet Cleaners Pvt Limited in Bangalore is also being probed.
Pet Cleaner’s spokesperson said the company has received an official complaint from the Delhi city government in April 2016 that Pet Cleanering product could cause injury to animals.
PetCleaner has also received a complaint from a pet care provider who said the products can irritate the ears of pets and cause discomfort, said the spokesperson.
The spokesperson said Pet Cleaning is in the process of conducting a safety study on the products and is in touch with the CPSS.
Pet Careers also said in a statement that they have conducted safety testing and the company is confident in its products.
The Consumer Product Health and Safety Regulations (CPHRS) are a set of guidelines issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs to inform the pet care industry about pet health issues.
The CPHRS lays down the standards for the safe use of pet care services and is available at pet care companies websites.
The CPSC had issued an interim guidance in August 2016, but the CPSs own investigation has found no safety issues related to the pet products.
According the guidelines, pet hygiene products can be applied in the cleaning process to help maintain the pet’s health and to remove bacteria and other contaminants, such as dust and dirt, as well as pet odors.
The rules also say that pet hygiene items should not be applied to a pet or its fur, which can lead to infection, which the company said is not the case.
The company said that the products are made from pure ingredients and are safe for the pet.
Pet cleaning products have been used by pet owners and their pets since time immemorial, with many of them also being used by farmers.
The pet care company, however, said that most of the pet cleaning items sold in the market do not meet the requirements of the CPHSS.
Pet cleaners come in several different shapes and sizes, and there are several different brands.
Pet cleaners made from glass, glassy ceramic, glass-like material, plastic and stainless steel have all been sold in pet stores.
The Pet Cleanable Glass Cleaner and Pet Cleanible Stainless Steel Cleaner are made of pure glass.
The brands of pet cleaning are not made in India but are imported from China and other countries.
In 2017, the country imported some 6,000 pet cleaning units, while there were some 7,200 pet cleaning devices, according data compiled by Pet Clean Cleaner.
The consumer products industry in India has been in a state of flux since the Narendra Modi government came to power.
The country has seen a lot of anti-industry activity over the past year.
In March, the Bharatiya Janata Party government in India introduced a slew of measures, including banning certain pet food and pet food ingredients from sale, and also made it mandatory for all pet owners to get pet insurance.