with powergreen® technology
put the hurt on dirt
grease + grime don’t stand a chance. not with the cutting-edge green chemistry of powergreen® technology in your grasp. each squirt, in all its lovely non-toxic glory, delivers a mighty cleaning punch with naturally derived, biodegradable ingredients. its cleaners, derived from corn + coconut, break down dirt naturally, so every spray leaves nothing behind but a fresh scent + gleaming clean. knock out dirt with the power of plants.
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what's that smell?
there are certain scents that seem to put an extra spring in your step. like this refreshing fusion of pink grapefruit, blood orange + cassis. in fact, we wouldn’t be surprised if this vibrant medley induces spontaneous skipping. it’s been known to happen.
it occurred to us that if spring cleaning was more like spring break, it would be a whole lot more enjoyable. so we bottled an elixir of sea salt and tart frozen lime that practically puts the sand between your toes. it just happens to clean instead of getting you into trouble. tiny umbrella not included.
it’s hard to find two complementary fragrances with so little in common. she’s thick-skinned. he’s what you might describe as delicate. her vibrant zest stimulates. his strength is in herbal understatement. yet, together they’re a perfectly refreshing pair. love is strange.
in addition to being a popular name for hip grannies, rosemary also happens to be one of the most delightful fragrances, well-known for its stimulating effects. white rosemary is the same, only a little lighter + cooler. so pretty much exactly like our granny.
it's a little spicy-and-sweet from the ginger, and a little citrus-y from the yuzu. rumor has it there's even some lemongrass and coconut thrown in there for good measure. yum. is it lunchtime yet?
is there really any other kind? this enchanting medley of lavender, bergamot, purple sage + chamomile is like a brief respite to the french countryside. incidentally, to the exact coordinates where the sun always shines + all of your cleaning fantasies come true.
this fresh cucumber scent with bursts of light citrus is like a spa day in a bottle. it’s crisp, cool + refreshing, just like the vegetable itself. only better, because it cleans. for best results, use while wearing a white, fluffy robe.
as the zesty kid sister to the orange, our sweet clementine often feels that she’s not taken seriously. we think serious is overrated anyway. but from here forward, we decree that she be known as the patron citrus of all that is good, clean, bright + cheery. hear, hear!
|ingredient||what it does||environmental + health summary||learn more|
|water (aqua)||diluent + solvent||deionized for purity; extracted from abundant source|
|potassium hydroxide||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn|
|sodium carbonate||optimizes pH levels||disperses safely in the environment; derived from an abundant mineral source|
|sodium gluconate||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn; not irritating to skin|
|laureth-7 (ethoxylated coconut oil)||surfactant (cleaning agent)||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sources|
|citric acid||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn|
|colorant||colorant||ultimately degradable + not accumulative in the environment; made from synthetic materials|
|fragrance (parfum)||fragrance||blended composition is partly essential oils + partly synthetic ingredients||free of phthalates, NPEs + other dirty ingredients; non-toxic in use, free of carcinogens + tested for skin irritation + allergies|
|decyl glucoside, lauryl glucoside||surfactant (cleaning agent)||biodegrades readily; derived from corn sugars, coconut or palm oil|
|updated on 09/20/14|
all of method’s ingredients are comprehensively assessed by a leading research firm to ensure their safety for people and the environment. you can find a list of all our ingredients here. please contact us if you’d like more details on an ingredient, or visit MBDC to read more about the assessment process.