$11.96 CAD
$5.98 CAD

stainless steel cleaner | last chance


leaping bunny

made in Canada

compostable packaging

why love me

Helps eliminate 12,000M plastic bottles thrown away each year in North America

Made in Canada


Customer Reviews

Based on 72 reviews
Lucie cleroux
Pas essayer encore

Je ne peu rien dire encore

Andrea Jones

I have searched absolutely everywhere for a stainless steal cleaner that actually works (I honestly don't think there is a brand I haven't tried) and this is the best one by far. It takes off finger prints, old streaks that I thought were there forever and grease marks. Do not hesitate in purchasing this product, you will not be disappointed.

Elizabeth Geffros
Not the best cleaner for stainless!

Unfortunately this cleaner didn’t work as well as I’d hoped. It’s too watery and leaves water marks. Really like the other cleaners though.

Really like it!

I like this stainless cleaner, works great on greasy finger prints and doesn't leave streaks. I'm definitely going to order again

Very impressed

Works amazingly! Super impressed and will re-buy.

questions and answers

Why use wheat straw?

It is a biodegradable bioplastic at the end of its life.

How long does the bottle take to biodegrade?

6 to 9 months in an industrial compost.

What is the life span of the bottle?

There is no time limit!

Can I use your bottles if I am gluten intolerant?

For the moment, only few studies have been done on wheat straw and people with gluten intolerance. However, based on the information currently available, it appears that the use of wheat straw bottles poses a minimal risk. In the case of an intolerance, such as celiac disease, it affects the digestive system. Therefore, the product must be ingested to pose a health risk. MYNI cleaning products are obviously not edible.

Please note that we cannot confirm there's no risk to use the wheat straw cleaning bottles and hand soap bottles if you have a gluten intolerance. If you would like more information and to know more about the potential risks, we recommend that you contact a health professional or a specialized organization, such as Coeliaque Québec.

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