30 Days to Natural

October 22, 2008 by Kailani  
Filed under household, reviews

With the holidays coming up there will be lots of family parties and friends stopping by. This means a lot more cleaning around here. That’s why I was thrilled to be able to review some products from Green Works by Clorox.

From the site: “Clorox is leveraging its world-class expertise in the household cleaning category to develop a new platform of natural cleaning products called Green Works. These products are made with natural, plant-based ingredients and clean as well as conventional cleaners on most soils. Green Works products are a practical way for consumers to live a greener lifestyle without compromising performance.”

We received the bathroom cleaner, all-purpose cleaner, dilutable cleaner, & dishwashing gel. What we really liked about these products is the idea that they’re all natural and safe for the environment. And since they’re made by Clorox, you know that they’re excellent cleaners as well.

Clorox currently has a site called 30 Days to Natural where they’re challenging all of you to spend the next 30 days becoming more “green” and do your part in saving the environment. They offer valuable tips and suggestions on how to do just that. Check it out today!

About the author:
Owner and founder of An Island Life. Sharing my life as a mother to 3 wonderful daughters, working as a flight attendant, and living a blessed life in Hawaii.
Kailani

Comments

11 Responses to “30 Days to Natural”
  1. Sheila says:

    I’ve tried some of these. I prefer the normal stuff for how well it works. Also, this stuff is so incredibly expensive. I bet you could make 2 gallons for what you pay for a small bottle. But in a pinch, It’ll do the job.

  2. Robby says:

    Although I use another brand of green products, I think this is a wonderful idea.

  3. BlapherMJ says:

    It’s difficult for me to stray away from the products I’ve been using forever! I’m trying to go more green though, and am trying something new every week. Vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda are three “ingredients” that work really well! :-)

  4. VeRonda says:

    I don’t know… I’ve tried the all-purpose cleaner and I wasn’t that impressed. I mean, it spelled really nice, but it was a bit watery and not as efficient as the regular cleaners. I will, however, say that I’d still use these products in order to help the great cause of going green… I think we all should.

  5. Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor says:

    I switched to using straight vinegar for most of my counter top cleaning. I sometimes find I need something with more strength. Maybe these products could work for that. I will give them a try.

  6. Aimee says:

    I really like the Green Works line. We have tried other natural products, but these seem to do a lot more work to get things clean. :) Way to go natural!

  7. Qtpies7 says:

    I think they only thing I have not been extremely happy with is the bathroom cleaner. Otherwise I love the Green Works line.

  8. Nina says:

    I love Clorox products but I haven’t tried their green ones. I really should consider it because I should do my part for the environment also.

  9. Melissa says:

    I’ve used the Clorox “green” line and was fairly impressed. It wasn’t the most fantastic cleaner I’ve ever used, but it got the job done :)

  10. Devin @ CoolProducts says:

    30 days is a great # for them to have chose because it takes approx 27 or so days to create a habit. If people can follow through with this 30 day challenge, the green benefit could be long term, compared to had they only said two weeks or so and a habit had not been developed.

  11. Kila says:

    I love using “green” cleaners. It’s all I use. Good old staples like baking soda, vinegar, etc. work well, too.

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