The Ultimate Beauty Routine for Your Home
This long-lasting 16 oz cleaning paste washes away germs leaving your surfaces clean, shiny and deodorized.
Non-abrasive, this paste has a multitude of uses, including:
- tile + grout
- sink + surface
- oven + stovetop
- bath + shower
- hands + produce
- And much more!
No need to worry about harmful residues or fumes left behind or anything harmful absorbing in your skin. You can actually use it as a hand soap and it’s great on tough baked-on food on pots, pans and dishes.
Powerful citrus essential oils lend extra cleaning strength and break up grease, while purifying your indoor air quality too! You’ll love using it so much that we guarantee you’ll be looking for an excuse to break it open!
- 16 oz jar
- Non-abrasive, Safe for all surfaces
- All natural ingredients, No artificial anything
- Plant-based, 100% plant essential oil scents
- No Synthetic Fragrances or Preservatives
- Gluten-Free, Vegan
- Cruelty-free, Phthalate-Free
- By Humble Suds / Made in the USA
Apply tablespoon amount to surface with cloth, hand, or sponge and scrub in circular motions. Rinse well. Keep sealed when not in use. If product becomes dry, add water and mix until softened. Do not apply to unsealed wood. We know it smells amazing, but please do not ingest.
Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, castile soap (organic saponified oils (coconut, olive, jojoba), vegetable glycerin, sweet orange oil, lemongrass oil
~ Available for Local Next Day Delivery \ Not eligible for return once opene
Why You Should Consider Natural Cleaners for Your Home:
- Over 150 chemicals found in the average home have been linked to allergies, birth defects, cancer and psychological abnormalities.
- In 10 years there has been a 42% increase in asthma (29% in men; 82% in women). The rate for women is believed to be due to higher exposure to home chemicals.
- A recent study concluded women who work in the home are at a 54% higher risk of developing cancer compared to women who work outside the home.
- The March of Dimes estimates that 200,000 live infants are born with birth defects each year as a result of parental chemical exposure.More than 72,000 synthetic chemicals have been produced since WW II, and less than 2% of these have been tested for toxicity, mutagenic, carcinogenic, or birth defects.
- A product that kills 50% of lab animals through ingestion or inhalation can still be designated “non-toxic”.