Plastic-free, soluble kitchen cleaner sachets make light work of fats, oils and tackling kitchen grease with a lovely coconut and lime scent. Made in the UK so the carbon footprint is very low.
Kitchens are a huge source of plastic waste and only 10% of all plastic put in to recycling is actually recycled so by reusing old containers you'll make a huge impact on the quantity of plastics being incinerated or sent to landfill.
These sachets are 100% Vegan with no harmful chemicals and up to 70% natural ingredients.
Inside the box you'll find:
5 x Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner (Coconut and Lime)
Bright labels to stick on your reusable bottles
Simple instruction and information card
Recyclable/compostable cardboard box
Why swap to soluble sachets?
The majority of cleaning products come in plastic bottles and are at least 70% water. That water has to be transported from outside and within the UK. These sachets however are ultra-compact and only contain a tiny amount of liquid and they're produced in the UK reducing the transport carbon footprint by 94%!
How to use:
Rinse your existing empty bottle with water
Insert one sachet in to your bottle
Top up with 500ml of lukewarm water
Replace and tighten the lid
Shake until dissolved and it's ready to use!
Once dissolved in water it has a shelf life of 1 year.
What ingredients do they use?
They have based their products on naturally derived plant extracts and materials including pure essential oils for their fragrances, a sustainably sourced palm oil derived soap, a secondary soap made from waste plant material left over from biofuel manufacture. They also use C12-15 Alcohol Ethoxylate and Isopropyl Alcohol at less than 0.4% and Monoethanolamine at less than 0.01% in the end cleaning solution for stabilising the essential oils and ensuring a safe pH. The antibacterial agent is Quaternary ammonium compounds, benzyl-C12-14 (even-numbered)-alkyldimethyl, chlorides which is only found in the antibacterial products.
Product may not suitable for use on some paints and plastics, prior testing on a small inconspicuous section is recommended to confirm suitability.
Do not eat. Keep away from children.
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