3 Clean Cleaning Supply Options

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With spring just around the corner, many of us have had our yearly spring clean-up on our mind! This year why not make an effort to clean your Glenwood apartment with clean cleaning supplies- free of toxins and harsh chemicals! We have found three great companies that have amassed large followings due to their success! Keep reading to find out more.

Blueland cleaning supply bottles and capsules
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The Blueland products comes in four reusable glass bottles labeled Glass+Mirror, Multi-Surface, Bathroom, Hand Soap and Dish Soap. All you need to do is combine the small tablets with water and you have your clean solution! It is much less toxic to you and you are helping the environment with the reusable glass bottles! The cleaning solutions are made without chlorine bleach, phthalates, triclosan, paragons, phosphates, ammonia or VOCs! The bottles also look nice and the product smells great too!

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Who doesn’t want to clean with safe, non toxic materials! Jessica Alba’s company Honest makes great, “clean” cleaning supplies for your entire house. She also makes clean laundry detergent, hand sanitizers, alcohol based wipes and so much more. It is a great brand if you are looking to replace many items in your home with healthy alternatives.

Zen bathroom scene with hand soap, hand towel, and succulent plants

Branch Basics

If you are looking to replace all of your home cleaning supplies with one “clean” cleaning supply kit, look no further! Branch Basics come with a laundry solution, hand wash, bathroom wash, all purpose, and streak free! All of the different cleaning bottles are made from one singular concentrate bottle. It is also plant and mineral based!

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