Simple Green Naturals Cleaning Products


Simple Greenbegan over thirty years ago when Bruce Fabrizio and his father developed a safer alternative to the regular (toxic) cleaning supplies of their day. Their innovative product began before people started to “think green” or to become “eco-friendly.” Millions of dollars have been spent to prove the safety of Simple Green products and I am glad that not only do they sell industrial products but they also sell consumer ones as well.

I received the Simple Green Naturals line which includes but is not limited to:

  • Dish washing liquid
  • Liquid Hand Soap
  • Multi-Surface Care
  • Bathroom Cleaner
  • Glass and Surface Care
  • Carpet care

Recently Simple Green’s Naturals line received the GREEN SEAL, GS-8 CERTIFICATION. This certification is a huge honor for Simple Green, what does it mean?

Green Seal is a twenty-year-old non-profit organization devoted to environmental standard setting, product certification, and public education. Green Seal’s mission is to work towards environmental sustainability by identifying and promoting environmentally responsible products, purchasing, and production… The Green Seal-certified Simple Green Naturals products have met product-specific performance requirements (i.e., they actually must work!), product-specific health and environmental requirements (i.e., no carcinogens, no reproductive toxins, not a cause of skin sensitization, must be biodegradable, non-toxic to aquatic organisms, etc.,) and specific labeling requirements within the use instructions, disposal statements, etc.  Simple Green Press Release March 16, 2009

Simple Green products are non-toxic, have full ingredient disclosure, scents are made with 100% natural essential oils & plant extracts, and the bottles are 100% recyclable. This is the type of product I want to use around my children and to always keep stocked in my cabinets!

Learn more about Simple Green products at Mommas Review over the next month and be on the lookout for a giveaway in May!


About Andrea @ Red Knows How

I am a telecommuting professional and a Mom of two young girls.

5 responses to “Simple Green Naturals Cleaning Products

  1. Pingback: Topics about Plants » Archive » Simple Green Naturals Cleaning Products

  2. Denise Proulx

    This is a great idea. cleaning products that are all natural and can’t hurt the enviroment. If u buy stuff like that in the store they r very exspensive

  3. I definitely will be watching. I have never tried this brand and I have heard wonderful things about it.

  4. I loved simple green, but always wondered about the friendliness of it and a baby crawling around. I can’t wait to try this line!

  5. These products are WONDERFUL! I absolutely love them and highly recommend them.

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