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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:29 am
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Biokleen makes cleaning products that are “tough on dirt, gentle on the Earth”.  They don’t do animal testing and their products don’t contain animal ingredients.  Their products are free of chlorine, optical brighteners, and phosphates.  Biokleen has a line of Free & Clear products for those who prefer unscented products.  All Biokleen products are gluten free, dairy free, and do not contain any nut based ingredients.  They make a Produce Wash that is designed to safely clean fruits, vegetables, poultry, eggs, food containers, and cutting boards.  Biokleen makes laundry powders, liquid laundry cleaners, and chlorine free oxygen bleach.  In addition to the Produce Wash, they make a variety of dish soaps and powders.   You can get Biokleen bathroom cleaners and septic cleaners, odor eliminators, carpet shampoo, ammonia free glass cleaner, and soy based cleaners that clean, shine, and eliminate odors.

The founder of Biokleen is Jim Rimer.  He previously was a sales representative of cleaning chemicals.  He noticed the health problems that those chemicals were causing customers.  Biokleen products are made with the safest ingredients available, to help you stay healthy.  They use natural extracts.  They don’t use ingredients that are known carcinogens, mutagens, tetragens, or synthetic fragrances.  Cleaning products that are gluten free, dairy free, and nut free are safe to use around people who have allergies to those foods.  This is especially helpful for children who can have an allergic reaction after touching a surface that has been cleaned with a product that has an ingredient that they are allergic to.  According to their website, their products are between about $5.00 and $20.00.  Biokleen has headquarters in Vancouver, Washington.

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