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Method Cleaners

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 10:13 am
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Created to free homes from cleansers and soaps packed with harmful chemicals, Method set out to create cleansers families can feel good about using. Today, their line of dish soaps, laundry detergents and home cleansers are growing in popularity because they really work! Method also believes their products shouldn’t be hidden under the sink. That’s why they hired a designer to create beautiful packaging and their iconic teardrop-shaped hand soap bottles.

Method is committed to using safe and sustainable ingredients and craft all of their bottles from 100% recycled plastic. Method’s line of cleaning products can be found in Target stores nationwide, as they became the first major retailer to carry their product. Visit the Method website for more information on where else you can find any of their fine products in your community. Method operates out of San Francisco, California.

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