So, let me ask you something. Have you ever wondered why the only cleaning supplies you find in the store come with incomprehensible ingredients and come in containers you feel like you need a HAZMAT team to get rid of? It’s kind of obscene, when you think about it. After all, you’re buying these things so you can become cleaner. You’re not scrubbing paint off the wall or anything.
This is one of the reasons that I love to use eco-friendly cleaning supplies whenever I do my more basic cleaning chores. I don’t think that there’s any reason that I need to use the same stuff to clean my floors that they use in slaughterhouses, but that’s just my humble opinion. Seventh Generation is a great company to go through for my eco-cleaning needs, and they really make the whole process much more affordable.
In reality, I love to support local cleaning supply vendors. There are a lot of great soap companies near me that I buy my shower soaps from, but I there aren’t really any vendors here that sell things for the floor or for your clothes. Even if they were here, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they will be affordable to everyone. Sometimes it can be expensive to buy more responsibly.
This is where Seventh Generation really shines. With their clothes detergent, I am able to get a reasonably priced product that has a number of benefits both in terms of health and in terms of sustainability. The products come in these really unique biodegradable containers, and the detergent itself is really gentle and is guaranteed to be biodegradable. This is great in an all around sense because it means that it’s an affordable product that is both sustainable and healthful. I appreciate that, and I know that the lower price is indicative of the greater amount of support being found for sustainable products. They wouldn’t be able to make it so affordable if there wasn’t such a high demand for products like this.