Mrs. Meyer’s Eco-Friendly Scents in the Home

 

Another Post Full of Praise for Mrs. Meyer’s Cleaning Products

Mrs. Meyers Basil Scent Soap

Mrs. Meyers Basil Scent Soap in the Kitchen

This is one of those down-to-earth posts where we don’t try to get all in your face information on some well-researched topic or produce. We’re just gonna’ talk to you about something we use and love every single day in the home. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day products. Soap for the hands, soap for the dishes, soap for the clothes. Read on.

So the other day, I’m walking around the house talking on the phone using my Sony Ericsson bluetooth device so I can multi-task and get more than one thing done. Holding the phone is way too inefficient, so I like to be able to talk and do other things. You get it. So I make myself a little snack in between projects around the house, and next thing I know, I’ve got food and grease all over my hands. Never fear, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day is here, to the rescue.

Honestly, I can’t say enough about this line of products, from one consumer to another. They smell so wonderful, they seem to last forever, and they really do get your hands, clothes, dishes or counter surfaces clean in a hurry. We have a bottle of the basil scented dish soap in the kitchen, and the stuff must be so concentrated that it literally has lasted now for weeks with barely a dent in the bottle at all.

More on Mrs. Meyer’s Commitment to the Environment

So it’s not always the best feeling to have to consume products in order to just get by in life, and sucking more plastic into the home isn’t great either, but when you have to do either of these things, it’s comforting to know you are buying things from companies that care about their impact on the environment. Mrs. Meyer’s commitment to the environment is clearly laid out on their website as part of how they view and present their company.

Mrs. Meyers Lavender Hand Soap

Mrs. Meyers Lavender Hand Soap in the Bath

Mrs. Meyer’s uses all natural ingredients: “naturally derived ingredients whenever possible from corn, sugar cane, coconut and palm.” If it’s not from a plant, then it’s from a safe synthetic that they rigorously research. Next, Mrs. “Meyer’s makes environmentally friendly, biodegradable cleaning products,” including each of their liquid cleaning products. All of them biodegrade. The site is honest about including chemicals in their products, since air and water are technically chemicals. What they do say about chemicals, though: “The chemists at Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day are committed to making smart, responsible raw material choices and, whenever possible, obtaining materials from renewable plant resources such as olive, coconut, corn and soy.” No testing on animals, consideration of allergies, all the right things.

I think testimonials that are heart felt and honest go a long way, so believe me when I tell you. It’s in our home and we continue to love these products. To learn more about environmentally friendly cleaning products for the home, read another Easy Ways to Go Green post here.

Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Products

Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Products

Related posts:

  1. Seventh Generation Environmentally Friendly Products
  2. The Best Eco-Friendly Furniture and Home Design
  3. Top 10 Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Products for the Green Home

4 Responses to Mrs. Meyer’s Eco-Friendly Scents in the Home

  1. Hey !! I love this products. I was working in a cleaning organic company and I love the smel and the results. Now Im in Chile and I need to know how I can get all this. :( . Please, some body let me know?….tks.

  2. i live in riverside california where can i buy mrs. myers products

  3. Editor in Chief

    http://www.mrsmeyers.com/?gclid=CJ2Ox_TrhKQCFQImbAodoRETIg

    Check out that site — at the top of the page, there is a store finder tool, where you can simply enter your zip code.
    There is always the possibility of purchasing products online, as well.

  4. I have always really enjoyed using these products but recently noticed that the fine print on the back of the hand soap has changed. It is no longer owned by Clean & Company, but rather the Caldrea company. And half of the ingredients I can’t even recognize.

    Here are some unfortunate findings:
    http://www.thesmartmama.com/june-junk-claim-3-mrs-meyers-clean-day-dish-soap-not-so-clean-as-it-contains-14-dioxane/

    Sadly, I will not be buying these products anymore. I know I should be more careful about reading the fine print, but it’s frustrating that one has to continue to check up on even the “natural” products used in the home. I am annoyed they are still selling this product in the natural section of the store.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>