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Casa Beta: Clorox's Green Works Line

Casa Beta: Clorox's Green Works Line

I was recently sent a variety of products from Clorox's new green cleaning line, Green Works.
To hear what I thought about this new line of green cleaning products, just


While I'm definitely not a loyal Clorox user (I am more of a Method gal), I was impressed with their new green line. The ingredients for all of the products come from renewable resources, are biodegradable, and are free from petrochemicals. Green Works cleaners are at least 99% natural, though some of the products include a small amount of synthetic ingredients, such as the preservative and green colorant.

Since I'm sensitive to most conventional bleaches and other cleansers, I was pleasantly surprised by both the efficacy and lack of fumes from these products. The all-purpose cleaner worked well on most surfaces, with the exception of a wine stain, which required additional baking soda and elbow grease to remove the offending mark from our porcelain kitchen countertop.

Additionally, the glass cleaner worked wonderfully and streak-free on mirrors and glass surfaces, and the bathroom cleaner got the tub sparkling clean. In general, I was satisfied with this new line, and can definitely recommend it to Casa readers. And while Green Works will be priced at about a 20 percent premium to standard cleansers, it should still sell for about 10 percent to 20 percent less than other natural cleaners already in the market.

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