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  • I found seventh Generation Natural glass and surface cleaner at my local grocery store, along with the other cleaners
  • It was amazingly about the same price as the regular cleaners I use ($3-$4/bottle) whereas some of the organic cleaners I have seen cost double that

    • by waffle78
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      I found seventh Generation Natural glass and surface cleaner at my local grocery store, along with the other cleaners. It claims to be non-toxic, no fumes and hypo-allergenic, and free of perfumes and dyes. I was looking for a multi purpose cleaner, and

      decided to give it a try. It was amazingly about the same price as the regular cleaners I use ($3-$4/bottle) whereas some of the organic cleaners I have seen cost double that. What really sold me was their claim on the back of ...

      • the bottle that “If every household in the US replaced just one bottle of 32oz solvent-based…cleaner with our solvent-free product, we could prevent 11 million pounds of Volatile Organic Chemicals from being released into the environment” So far I have been using it
        for all my household glass and mirrors, computer monitors, kitchen counters and stove, and bathrooms. It cleans just as well as my usual cleaners, and without any streaks or harsh odours. It feels good to know that I am making a difference, without sacrificing quality.



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