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Eco-friendly cleaning products from OceanSaver

It is estimated that 29 billion plastic cleaning bottles are made every year.   Be part of the change and switch to an eco-friendly product option such as Ocean Saver.  Ocean Saver do just as it says on the tin, they save the oceans from unnecessary plastic, toxins and waste that other cleaning products leave behind, whilst doing the job that we want them to do- clean!

The Ocean Saver cleaning pods are a plastic-free refillable cleaning option that allows you to remove single-use plastic from your cleaning routine.  These plant-based, non-toxic EcoDrops transform in water, creating a safe and powerful product to clean your home spotlessly, allowing us to play our part in something vital.

How easy are they to use?
To use simply drop a cleaning pod into a bottle of warm water, give it a shake and watch it the plastic-free packaging dissolve then use!  You can reuse an old plastic bottle or we also stock refillable glass bottles here.  The OceanSaver packs also include a plastic-free sticker so you can label up your bottles.

Why do you need to add your own water to it?
90% of the cost of a typical cleaning product is just for the water alone!  When most of us have access to our own running water, it does not make sense to ship water around when we can just turn our taps on.  Sending just one truck of OceanSaver to a supermarket is the equivalent of 12 trucks of a leading competitor brand. Plastic saved. Carbon emissions saved. Oceans saved.

Do they actually clean?
Their GreenClean Technology means a top secret plant-based, non-toxic cleaning formula that guarantees a superior clean.   All of their products are tested by cleaning gurus at a specially designed facility and have been proven to perform as well as - or better than leading competitor brands. The Anti-bac EcoDrop even got given the Good House Keeping tick of approval in 2020.

So go on, isn’t it time you became an OceanSaver?

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