All-Purpose Canary Clean Bar
This 4 oz Canary Clean is a zero-waste all-purpose cleaning bar that cuts through grease and shines surfaces. Just lather on a sponge or cloth and let the natural ingredients go to work on dishes, surfaces, fabrics, glass and more. It stores easily and lasts approximately 1-2 months on a well-draining soap dish (depending on how often you clean).
This certified vegan product is entirely free of plastic, toxic ingredients and synthetic fragrances. Its fresh citrus scent comes from orange essential oil, which doubles as an effective degreaser. See more info in the product description below.
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Sea Witch Botanicals is a family-owned company operating in Bellingham, Washington that makes natural, organic and sustainable home products. It is a Certified B Corp, certified vegan and a member of 1% for the Planet. We’re big fans of their products and ethical practices. Recommended uses for your Canary Clean bar:
- Lather a sponge with Canary Clean to clean dishes, countertops, glass and other home surfaces.
- Use to remove dirt from carpet and fabric
- Take your bar camping for a zero-waste, environmentally-friendly campsite cleaner
- Cut off a small chunk to soak pots/pans, water pipes, and other containers
Ingredients: Saponified Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Water, Orange Essential Oil, Kaolin Clay
Not included: Synthetic fragrances, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), petroleum, phthalates, or parabens!
Why buy a Canary Clean bar from Emeraldology?
When you order on Emeraldology, you are supporting a small business on a mission to make Earth-friendly living as easy as possible. Once your order is placed, Sam will get right to work processing it and shipping it in minimal packaging. Although Amazon’s two- and one-day shipping is convenient, it is terribly inefficient and hard on the environment. We hope our customers willing to wait an extra day or two to have their order shipped in a full truck that was stopping by your mailbox anyway. So far, we’ve been correct!