The Best Eco-friendly Cleaners
Green cleaning is not complicated. Here’s our guide to eco-friendly cleaning products and smart product choices. Introducing you to a great line up of manufacturers and brands – but not forgetting the most basic ingredients like baking soda and vinegar. This guide shows you the best cleaning products and all the alternatives.
Start-up Product Package
Start-up Product Package $40
Basic package of 5 eco-friendly products with 6 microfiber cloths and 2 scouring pads
$10 discount for cleaning clients
Get a $10 discount when you purchase a clean & product package. Coupon Code: PRODUCT-PACKAGE-1
All purpose soap
Glass cleaners are rinse and shine agents. Use to rinse heavy duty cleaners in sinks, tubs, tiles, surfaces, and then buff to a shine.
The professional tool kit of window washers is dish soap in a bucket of water with a squeegee and re-useable microfiber cloths.
Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds: 1/2 teaspoon in the spray bottle of water.
Toilet bowl cleaners
Heavy duty cleaners
Clean ovens that are NOT self-cleaning using baking soda. Mix with water into paste on tough greasy spots. Let sit. Wash & rinse off. Use vinegar to rinse off residues.
Tough cleaners are not suitable for wood or delicate surfaces.
*for those who have a preference for simple basics ( soap, baking soda & vinegar).
*Make sure to let us know if you do not want vinegar or baking soda used in your home or on a specific surface.