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New vegan product: Bottle Bright

Michele Borboa, MS is a freelance writer and editor specializing in health, fitness, food, lifestyle, and pets. Michele is a health and wellness expert, personal chef, cookbook author, and pet-lover based in Bozeman, Montana. She is also...

You love your reusuable bottle but the small opening makes it hard to clean, which is especially problematic after it's been sitting in your car all day with remnants of your morning smoothie. Instead of hoping the dishwasher will thoroughly clean and dis

You love your reusuable bottle but the small opening makes it hard to clean, which is especially problematic after it's been sitting in your car all day with remnants of your morning smoothie. Instead of hoping the dishwasher will thoroughly clean and disinfect your bottle, use Bottle Bright instead.
You love your reusuable bottle but the small opening makes it hard to clean, which is especially problematic after it's been sitting in your car all day with remnants of your morning smoothie. Instead of hoping the dishwasher will thoroughly clean and disYou love your reusuable bottle but the small opening makes it hard to clean, which is especially problematic after it's been sitting in your car all day with remnants of your morning smoothie. Instead of hoping the dishwasher will thoroughly clean and disinfect your bottle, use Bottle Bright instead.

Bottle Bright

Bottle Bright is an effervescent tablet designed to effectively clean a variety of drinking containers. Made by Clean Ethics, the tablets is safe, easy to use and ideal for hard to clean water bottles, travel mugs, hydration packs and more.

Bottle Bright's unique formula cleans and removes stubborn stains and odors without the use of harsh chemicals. Made in the U.S.A., the tablets are non-toxic, biodegradable and chlorine-free. They are also packaged with recycled, recyclable and biodegradable materials.

Bottle Bright is available at www.cleanethics.com for $12. You can also find it at select stores nationwide.

Of note, recognizing that the problem of dirty water containers extends worldwide, Clean Ethics’ charitable initiative, Clean In Kind, donates Bottle Bright to people in developing countries.

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