You're aware of the dangers of toxic chemicals in conventional cleaners, but there so many options for natural cleaners, which one do you choose?
Some natural cleaners you see at the store have lots of ingredients with super long names. Are they really natural?
But the cleaners that are all natural, don't smell good. What's a mama to do?!
This is why I created Red's Gone Green. I wanted to create household cleaners that:
Have ingredients you can understand
Our cleaners are handcrafted with non-denatured ethyl alcohol and a high percentage of high quality essential oils to give you the peace of mine that comes with a clean home that was cleaned without harsh, toxic chemicals.
And bonus...it'll smell amazing when you walk thru the front door!
Coconut VanillaAll Purpose Cleanercan be used to clean:
tubs and tile
mirrors and glass
air + fabric freshener
The all natural ingredients to put your mind at ease:
💡 The average household cleaner contains around 62 toxic chemicals!
💡 Our vanilla planifoila oil comes from the 5th pressing of the vanilla bean, which is why it smells sooo good!
💡 The average woman cleans for 12,896 hours in her lifetime. The average man cleans an average of 6,448 hours.
This Cleaner's Scent Profile:
Coconut The smell of coconut conjures up memories of sun, the beach and vacations! Since there is no such thing as coconut essential oil, we use all natural coconut flavor, which is derived from various plant parts and carries the familiar aroma of coconut naturally.
Vanilla Planifolia Vanilla is one of the most popular scents in the world. The smell of vanilla is calming and can help relieve anxiety and PMS symptoms. Our vanilla planifolia oil is derived from the 5th pressing of the vanilla bean.
Cinnamon Bark Cinnamon is considered one of the oldest spices. Cinnamon Bark essential oil is derived from the thin smooth bark of the cinnamon tree. It had antiviral properties and is known to help relieve depression. Our cinnamon bark essential oil is harvested from Madagascar, and is one of the best smelling cinnamon’s we have found.