Clorox Natural Cleaning Wipes review

I am not as “green” as I could be in the kitchen. For years I’ve used paper towels to clean the counters and other surfaces in there. Paper towels are disposable and that’s what makes them attractive to me. My husband tries to keep a dish towel in there instead but I really can’t stand the idea of a damp, dirty, potentially stinky towel always being in the room. I am happy to say that I can now be a little greener without giving up the convenience of something disposable and without having a nasty towel in the room.

The Green Works product family recently introduced it’s latest member – Natural Biodegradable Cleaning Wipes. The 99% natural wipes are biodegradable and are not tested on animals. They will work on most non-wood surfaces including acrylic, fiberglass and vinyl. The wipes will bear the Sierra Club logo, marking the brand’s financial commitment to support the organization’s conservation efforts, and are recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for using environmentally preferred chemistry.

I love them. What’s not to love! They smelled good. They’re disposable. They cleaned well, which I expected since Green Works is a Clorox line of products. They’re disposable. They’re biodegradable so they’re environmentally friendly. They store away nicely in their recyclable container. They’re disposable. They’re made with natural products and didn’t hurt the skin on my hands. Did I mention they’re disposable? The wipes weren’t sticky or soapy like some wipes are either.

The new Green Works Natural Biodegradable Cleaning Wipesare available for purchase in all major stores where cleaning products are sold including grocery stores and retail stores like Kmart, Walmart and Target.

Thanks to Mom Central for this review opportunity!

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NJ Mom of 2 boys. – TJ, a 21 year old, and CJ, a 17 year old with Down Syndrome. Jersey girl. I have three younger brothers, all of whom have children. Social media enthusiast. Ds Advocate. Cat person. I love rock music! I HATE the misuse of the word retarded. I take it personally and find it very offensive.

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