I was so excited when I found out that would be participating in the “What’s lurking under Your Kitchen Sink?” review and giveaway for Earth Month! Most importantly what you won’t find in the Shaklee products, which have been reviewed and endorsed for their safety by Healthy Child Healthy World. They believe that health isn't just about what you put in your body; it's about everything around you. They bring you a full line of natural and nontoxic cleaning choices that are Safe for You, Your Home, and Your Planet® called Get Clean®.
· No harmful fumes or hazardous chemicals.
· Outperforms 20 national leading brands.
· You would spend $3400 for ready to use cleaners to get the same amount of clean found in the Get Clean Starter Kit!*
· Features Basic H2® Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate - just 1/4 tsp. makes 16oz. of all-purpose cleaner for only 3 cents.
· And when you purchase the Get Clean Starter Kit you also make a positive impact on the planet:
· Keep 108 pounds of packaging waste from landfills.
· Eliminate 248 pounds of greenhouse gas.
* Based on comparing number of uses as set forth on product labels of conventional, ready-to-use cleaners.
Here is my before photo:
|I was truly surprised that all of my cleaners had at least one of the harmful ingredients :(|
I feel horrible now that I found all of these chemicals in my cleaning products:kerosene, phenols, cresol, lye, hydrochloric acid, , sulfuric acid, petroleum distillates, ammonia, sodium hydroxide, butyl cellosolve, phosphoric acid, formaldehyde, chlorine bleach, morpholine, phthalates!
I was so excited to get rid of all of these chemicals from under my sink and replace them with Shaklee's Get Clean products! Look how it even make under my sink look more organized...
And my after:
And now for the Giveaway... One lucky reader will receive a Get Clean Household Mini Kit ($46.95 value). To enter fill out the Rafflecopter form below:
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Disclosure: This review and giveaway was made possible by the Shaklee Corporation & Mom Spark Media. Incentives, product and support were provided. Thoughts are my own.