It’s spring and time to #GetClean with Shaklee products



This is the photo of my chemical storage cabinet before I did my makeover. I did have vinegar in there so I get points for that right? But then I had other bad chemicals in there that can cause my family harm by my using them. I had to do a chemical makeover and fast. 


Do you need to do a cleaning cabinet makeover? Do it now! Check out Shaklee’s Mini Household Kit. Here’s what is in the Mini Kit: 

  • Basic H2® Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate, 16 oz. (1)
  • Basic H2® Wipes (35 count)
  • Germ Off Wipes (35 count)
  • Scour Off
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Dropper Pipette
  • Spray Bottles (3-pack)

 

Did you know that by using the Shaklee products you can save over $3400. That $3400 is what you would spend getting your house cleaned by purchasing the other chemicals repeatedly. Just by using the H2 organics cleaner you use 1/4 tsp of the cleaner and the rest is 16 oz of water that you put in the bottle. Total cost is .03 for the cleaner. What a great value. Shaklee products also out perform over 20 other brands of cleaners.
 
When you purchase the Get Clean Starter Kit you are helping the environment. You are also keeping 108 lbs of packaging out of the landfill and eliminating 248 pounds of greenhouse gases. If you were to give the Get Clean Starter Kit to a friend it’s like planting 10 new trees!

 Thank you Shaklee for allowing us to give one to a very  lucky reader.   That’s a $46.95 retail value. Make sure you know what is in your cleaners so you can clean and still having a positive impact on your friends and family around you. 







Here’s the giveaways official rules: http://blogger.myshaklee.com/us/en/about_giveaway_rules.html.


To enter our giveaway I want you to look into your cabinet with your cleaning supplies and see if you have any of these ingredients there:  kerosene, phenols, cresol, lye, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, sulfuric acid, petroleum distillates, ammonia, sodium hydroxide, butyl cellosolve, phosphoric acid, formaldehyde, chlorine bleach, morpholine, and phthalates?  Then leave a comment on what chemicals you have discovered and why it is that you need a green cleaning makeover! 

 
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-Following @ShakleeHQ on Twitter {http://twitter.com/shakleehq}




 

And now my makeover picture. In my cabinet I had phthalates, lye, ammonia, formaldahyde and phenols. I had to get them out of my cabinet and away from my family. You can see now they are gone! The only cleaner I kept was the vinegar. The Shaklee products replaced all the rest. I love the fact that they give you a few standard cleaning supplies and you can make the rest from the ones that you were given. I used the window cleaner yesterday (I cleaned my laminate floors with it). The window cleaner is made from the H2 cleaner (a few drops) and 18 oz of water. So this great company gives you a concentrate and the bottle and you supply the water. This way you are not paying for the transportation of water. It’s good for the environment to use cleaners in this way. I love the Shaklee products and the little effect they have on the environment and on my home environment. They are amazing. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway below! 





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  This review and giveaway was made possible by the Shaklee Corporation & Mom Spark Media. Incentives, product and support were provided. Thoughts are my own.

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