Can you kill germs without using bleach and triclosan? YES YOU CAN!
Have you tried any of the Method line of cleaners yet? I’ve seen them on the shelves at our local Target but I’ve never used them before. A few weeks ago a little fairy (my mailman-not really a fairy) dropped off a box of the new Method AntiBac line of cleaners. Of course my dear husband just rolled his eyes again as I could hear his silent thoughts “ANOTHER green cleaner? They don’t REALLY work do they?”
So I added the Method AntiBac products to our arsenal of cleaning products. It wasn’t long before I was pulling out the Antibac Wipes to wipe down the toilet seat and the kitchen table and the high chair and the kitchen counter – yes, these are my messy areas!
I’m not a big fan of disposable products like wipes but when I have them I remember why I love them so much – they really make cleaning up quick and easy. When you are chasing two kids sometimes convenience items are essential to a mom’s sanity. (I normally just use a washcloth or microfiber cloth for cleaning those areas.)
Method partnered with CleanWell and created a botanical based formula that kills 99.99% of those icky germs that hangout and breed. Germs like E. coli, salmonella, and influenza are commonly found in kitchens and baths but thankfully Method can kill them all!
The AntiBac line even has a fresh scent – the kitchen cleaner is a nice lemon verbena and the bathroom cleaner is a fresh spearmint scent. Who said you can’t add a little essential oils to make those plain botanical cleaners smell just as fresh as those toxic cleaners.
Want one more reason to try the Method AntiBac line? Did I mention that they are economical too? Priced at just $3.99 you can’t go wrong! I may just get two jars of the wipes – one for the kitchen and one for the bathroom! Do you think it would be tacky to give them as Christmas gifts? They would make great gifts for teachers and day care providers – they are always asking for donations of these items in the classroom!
Where can you find the Method AntiBac line? Your local Target, Lowe’s, Whole Foods, and Bed Bath & Beyond stores carry the AntiBac line.
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Disclosure: I received the AntiBac trio of products for review from Method as part of the Mom Go Green Blog Tours.
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Jenny B says
I love the CleanWell anti-bac products, I didn’t realize they were powering Method wipes! That is exciting, I hope to try them soon when my 7th Generation wipes run out! I keep a can of the wipes near the toilet for after I spray the poo off my cloth diapers with the diaper sprayer.
I wonder if the active ingredient is vinegar, but the products, unlike vinegar, have a pleasant smell. Hmmmm.
We use the granite spray on our marble vessel sinks. I wonder, though, if it is possible for marble to be anticbac cleaned?
Thank you for promoting Method and mentioning that these products would make great gifts to teachers and daycares. As a teacher of students with Autism, I am very conscious of the cleaning products used in my classroom. That is why I use Method 99% of the time. I have used the products in my home for many years and will never switch. I would love it if my classroom parents bought Method instead of other products that tend to irritate the senses. Additionally, I have been known to give a gift basket full of Method products for shower gifts (baby & wedding).