Editor’s Note: I received a bottle of Bio Green Clean to use and review. I also received compensation in exchange for my honest review of this product.
Natural Cleaning With Bio Green Clean
I’ve cleaned my home with natural cleaning products for years. Most of the time I like to make my own natural cleaning products because I can control the ingredients that go into them and because DIY is a frugal option. Still, I always keep a bottle of store-bought natural cleaner on hand in case I run out of the homemade stuff.
I use natural cleaning products for several reasons.
- I want to use cleaning products that are gentle and do not irritate my sensitive skin.
- I want to use cleaning products that are safe for my children to use.
- I want to use cleaning products that are free from overwhelming fragrances and don’t leave behind a heavy scent.
- I want to use cleaning products that are gentle to the environment.
- I want to use cleaning products that are safe to breathe and don’t pollute the air quality in my home.
- I want to use cleaning products that are simple and can be used for most household cleaning chores.
- I want to use cleaning products that save money.
What is Important in a Natural Cleaner
I first began using natural cleaning products after I had children. It was around that time that I began to be wary of toxin-laden cleaners. I didn’t want to expose my children to harsh cleaners like bleach and ammonia. In addition, I was always looking for ways to save money and making my own cleaners with baking soda and vinegar was super inexpensive. It was nice to have a back up natural cleaning product on hand for when I ran out and didn’t have time to make more.
Soon, due to consumer demand, there were several natural cleaners on the market. The most honestly natural ones were pricey. The more affordable natural products often still contained ingredients that gave me pause. In order to narrow down my choices, I decided early on which ingredients I was comfortable with and which were not going to be a part of my cleaning routine.
I chose to eliminate:
- Petroleum based products
- Products with added fragrance (unless the scent came from essential oils)
- 1, 4 Dioxane
Bio Green Clean Ingredients
When I was asked to use and review Bio Green Clean, the first thing I did was look at the Bio Green Clean Ingredient list. I was impressed with it’s simple ingredient list of water, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and other plant-based ingredients. I was even more impressed by which common cleaning ingredients were NOT in Bio Green Clean.
Notably, all of the ingredients in Bio Green Clean are biodegradable. That means the product is gentle to the earth and doesn’t contribute to polluting the environment.
One of my favorite things about Bio Green Clean is that it can be used to clean fruits and veggies! The same cleaner that is tough enough to clean your floor is gentle enough to remove residue from your fruits and veggies.
Does Bio Green Clean Work?
Short and simple: Yes. It works! I put my bottle of 3:1 diluted (3 parts water, 1 part Bio Green Clean concentrate) to work right away. The first thing I cleaned was the outside of my washer and dryer. After playing in the backyard and getting muddy, my three boys entered the laundry room and plastered dirt all of the outside of my white washer and dryer. I’m embarrassed to say that I didn’t get around to cleaning it for a couple of weeks. I knew it was the perfect test spot for Bio Green Clean.
Here is the before and after:
I was impressed and immediately moved on to clean my stove top, which had bacon grease from breakfast on it. Bio green clean cut right through. As the weekend went on, I used Bio Green Clean as a laundry booster, to clean stone kitchen counter tops with grout, to clean the floor and to wipe down a door with hand prints on it.
My oldest son was painting the walls in his bedroom that day. I sprayed down the walls with Bio Green Clean and had him wipe them down with a warm, wet cloth. They were a perfectly clean canvas afterward.
The Bio Green Clean User Guide contains a long list of things that it will clean and the appropriate dilution to use for each. Bio Green Clean is safe enough for dentures and strong enough for food prep areas. It can clean your carpets and your coffee machine.
But Does It Clean Glass?
I know what you’re thinking. Many natural cleaners leave glass splotchy or streaky. I’m happy to report that I cleaned my front screen door glass and my glass table top with Bio Green Clean and a microfiber cloth and there were no streaks or splotches. Yes, Bio Green Clean does clean glass and it does it well.
How Much Does Bio Green Clean Cost?
I know many of you are frugal-minded like me. Fortunately, Bio Green Clean is a frugal option for natural household cleaning. I compared my favorite popular, name-brand natural cleaner at the lowest price I could find it (on Amazon) to the price of Bio Green Clean.
My usual green clean was $.14/ounce. Bio Green Clean, at it’s most expensive (the 1 quart concentrate diluted 3:1 to make three gallons of cleaner) was $.10/ounce. The bulk purchase option of 12 quarts of concentrate is only $.08/ounce, nearly half the cost of my favorite natural cleaner on Amazon.
What Does Bio Green Clean Smell Like?
Bio Green Clean doesn’t leave behind a heavy scent like some cleaners do. I enjoy the scent of essential oils in my cleaners, but I like that Bio Green Clean just smells . . . clean. If you don’t like scented cleaners, you’ll love that Bio Green Clean is free from any fragrance, natural or otherwise.
Where to Buy Bio Green Clean
If you are ready to try Bio Green Clean for natural cleaning in your home, you can purchase it directly from their website: Bio Green Clean.com. Be sure to take some time and read the FAQs on the site for more information while you’re there.