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Method Cleaning Products

Method Cleaning
You know me every now and then I throw in a random review of natural cleaning products. I try to limit chemicals in my home but I am not perfect.  I am a little lazy and avoid Aggie & Kim natural cleaning tips instead I grab what is available in the Supermarket.  A while back Method Cleaning  products were on offer and they worked out at £2 a bottle so I picked up the Bathroom cleaner.

The scent of the bathroom cleaner is very pleasant from eucalyptus and mint. I do not struggle with my breathing when spraying this around the bathroom. This can be a common problem for me with main stream household cleaners. However, I do feel it lets me down with performance.  This makes a perfectly adequate surface cleaner but despite the manufacturer's claim I do not feel it removes greasy soap scum.  The problem with using balm and oil cleanser is they have a habit of building up residue round the sink (or is that just in my sink?).  I often have a nice brown tan line from foundation and cleanser and I feel Method lets me down when trying to remove this.

What I do like about Method is they are approved by PETA as a cruelty free and vegan company.  Products are non toxic (naturally derived ingredients) and environmentally friendly.  I recommend you take time reading the website to learn more about their practices.  Whilst this bathroom cleaner was not up to my standards I am happy to use for other purposes around the home. 





4 comments:

  1. Thanks for that. I too have sensitivities to cleaning fluids. It's a nightmare!

    Have you tried the bath cleaner? I didn't like the smell and found I needed a lot of elbow grease to make it work.

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    1. Is this not the bath cleaner or is there another one? This is the only product I have tried from Method. I also picked up the Lavender Kitchen cleaner but haven't started using it yet.

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  2. I've never heard of this product before. I know what you mean, it's just so much easier to spray stuff out of a bottle than start buffing away at things with lemons, newspapers or other random things! I'll definitely have to give this a go! I love that they don't test on animals either xx

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    1. I brought this one at Tesco. Check out the website as they have a wide variety of products for different uses around the home.

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