bathroom cleaner refills
You can now effectively remove limescale buildup from your bathroom. This cleaner is non-toxic and safe for the environment, and is ideal for ceramic tiles, toilet bowls, counters and showers!
🍋 zest fest : real fest of lemon and mint
🌲 norderland : touch of black spruce found in the northern temperate
🥭 passion punch : sweet grapefruit and mango punch
☁️ unscented : simply no odor
Citric acid, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Sodium carbonate, Sodium coco-sulphate, House scent
✔️ For cleaning the shower or bath
✔️ To clean shower windows
✔️ To clean the toilet bowl
✔️ To clean tiles of the bathroom
cleaning just got waaaaay easier
1. Fill your 750 ml spray bottle with water.
2. Insert your tablet.
3. Close your bottle before use.
🌿 Compost the package after use.
less carbon than a typical bathroom cleaner
plastic bottle saved per packet
for the planet
clean, safe, renewable sourced
We attach great importance to the nature and origin of our ingredients. Our formulas are not tested on animals and contain no parabens, sulfates, phthalates or dyes. Allowing you to live a healthy life in a healthy environment.
anatomy of our packaging
our packaging is made of cornstarch, which makes it a compostable package.
frequently asked questions
complete your eco routine
Faciliter d'utilisation..cuvette des propres sans odeur forte et le contenant de 20 pastilles prends peu de place
Fonctionne à merveille. Ça nettoie à la perfection.
It works! For glass shower doors I find it woks best when you spray it, wait and the give it a light scrub followed by a rinse.
Note: we are rural and have some issues with hard water.
I have used the bathroom cleaner for about a month and I am really liking how it cleans so well - including soap scum. And no harsh chemicals.
This is a really great way to clean bathroom sinks, tubs, and even outside of toilets, love this product, would highly recommend and it’s great for the env
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