it's time to
clean happy

scented soy candles

get that new room smell

forget that expensive remodel, our enlightening range of scented soy candles look and smell so beautiful they’ll transform every room in the house. the sleek, colored glass containers complement any style, and five nature-inspired fragrances—from fresh “apple slice” to herbaceous “beach sage”—mean there’s something for every nose.

beyond the bottle

what we do

from responsible ingredient sourcing + cutting-edge green chemistry to recycled + recyclable packaging—it’s all good.

how we do it

we've designed the first LEED platinum-certified plant in our industry + have a biodIesel shipping program because we see business as a powerful agent of change.

who we are

we are people against dirty®. together, we’re committed to making the planet, and our homes, a cleaner place.

meet charles
+ francine

see how they clean happy
from first kiss to first kid.

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meet charles
+ francine

see how they clean happy
from first kiss to first kid.

latest from our blog:

surfactant facts

it’s time to pull on your lab coat and get all scientific as we investigate surfactants. uncover the secrets of SLS, SCS, SLES and a bunch of other acronyms that begin with s. (don’t worry, it’s way more entertaining than it sounds.)

making scents of history

America’s first scented candles were produced by colonial women who boiled bayberries to produce a sweet-smelling wax that burned cleanly. unfortunately, extracting the wax took so long the popularity of bayberry candles didn’t last. of course if they’d had colored glass containers, it might have been a different story.