At EH Clean, we always ask our clients to use green, natural and eco-friendly cleaning products, because we support the planet and want it to be around for centuries to come. Here are five green cleaning products that we are happy to recommend to our customers throughout the Bay Area.
Green cleaning products clean your home naturally, without the unpleasant chemical residue that can harm your family and your pets. Eco-friendly cleaning products are made using sustainable manufacturing practices and naturally derived, safe, non-toxic, and biodegradable ingredients that don’t negatively impact the environment or your family’s health.
These four natural and planet-friendly household cleaning brands are conscious of your family’s health and the well-being of the earth. Many of these companies give back to their communities in a number of ways. You can find these products in large retailers, natural grocery stores or online through Amazon. Happy cleaning!
Ecos has been family owned and operated for nearly 50 years, with a promise to make “green cleaning” a reality, through sustainable and mindful practices. Their facilities are powered by 100% renewable energy, use Carbon Neutral plants, and they have joined the green cleaning movement in almost 1 million homes. Natural clean, at affordable prices.
JR Watkins has been around for almost 150 years, with a dedication to high-quality natural products ranging from home care to body scrubs. Their home care line includes soaps, fresheners, cleaners, and laundry detergent – there’s something for everyone! Their White Tea & Bamboo scent actually makes us look forward to cleaning.
Looking for products that smell lovely, are effective, and “cleans like the dickens”? We’ve found a winner! Mrs. Meyers was started by Thelma Meyers, who with nine kids, needed natural cleaning products that got the job done. If you’re wondering what exactly goes into each product, they have an ingredient glossary directly on their website. Plus, their scents range from floral scents like mums and peonies, to basil and honeysuckle – your house will be smelling like a garden in no time.
Common Good was launched in 2011 as a response to the lack of reusable packaging: All of their cleaning products come in plastic or glass packaging, either of which can be refilled at any of their refill stations worldwide. Their green, safe, and gorgeously packaged items range from Lavender All Purpose Cleaner to Bergamot Hand Soap – a sweet finish to your cleaning.
Sources: Consumer Reports and The Good Trade
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