I love the Clorox line of Green Works cleaning products. I did a review in the past for the dish washing soap before on this blog. It is still the dish soap that I use and one of my favorite products ever! Now thanks to Mom Central, I had a chance to try the Green Works Natural Biodegradable cleaning wipes in original scent.
The new Wipes are made from 100% cellulose fibers and derived from renewable farm grown trees. Like all Green Works products, they are formulated using biodegradable ingredients, are packaged in recyclable canisters and not tested on animals.
New Green Works Natural Biodegradable Cleaning Wipes will feature the Sierra Club logo on package, marking the brand's financial commitment to support the organization's conservation efforts, and are recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for using environmentally preferred chemistry.
The new Wipes work on grease, grime, dirt, soils and messes, and are safe to use on multiple surfaces throughout the kitchen and bathroom including counters, appliances, stainless steel, sealed granite, chrome, cooktop hoods, sinks and toilets.
I've been using my Green Works wipes for a few weeks now and I really like them. I normally use clothes to clean, but sometimes I prefer to grab a wipe and quickly clean up. I've used these in the kitchen and bathroom so far and really like them a lot. I even used one to wipe down the toilet and was impressed it only took one wipe to get everything done.
The wipes can be used on most surfaces including acrylic, fiberglass and vinyl. The first two ingredients are filtered water and cocunut0-based cleaning agent. Another thing I like is that they contain no bleach or phosphorus.
The Green Works team wants to nurture your eco-friendly project with green! Through its new "Green Heroes Grant Program," the brand team will award five grants of $10,000 each to eco-friendly community projects across the country.
Between January 15 and February 28, 2009, individuals can nominate eco-friendly community projects for a Green Heroes grant by submitting a photo and short essay about the project for consideration. Each winner - or "Green Hero" - will receive a $10,000 grant to help their eco-friendly community projects grow and flourish!
Then, beginning on March 16 through April 10, 2009, the public will have the opportunity to vote online for their favorite eco-friendly community project. The final five Green Heroes will be announced on April 22 - just in time for Earth Day.
You can read more information about the Green Heroes Grant Program, including official contest rules and entry guidelines by clicking the link above.
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