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11 Hard-Working Natural Cleaning Brands That Are Safe for Your Kids & the Environment


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Ahhh, spring cleaning season. While super beneficial, it isn’t always a task we’re eager to jump on right away. The solution? Cleaning brands that actually make you want to clean. You’re probably wondering how such a thing could exist, but it’s true: there are hard-working, effective, and safe cleaning products that will give you peace of mind while cleaning around the kids, and you’ll have fun doing it. Better yet, these aren’t the cleaning brands your grandparents used back in the day — natural cleaning products are, dare we say it, sexy these days.

There’s Safely, founded by Chrissy Teigen and Kris Jenner, which boasts effective plant-powered products that make cleaning feel more like a luxurious activity. Or you may have heard of Blueland, a direct-to-consumer cleaning brand that serves up Instagram-worthy refillable bottles that you’ll have no problem displaying proudly on your kitchen counter. And our most recent find, Puracy, whose products are powered by plants for an effective yet gentle clean. So, you can see cleaning has come a long way recently.

With the proper products in your cleaning arsenal, there’s no reason to wait to do a deep clean once a year. Keep natural cleaning products at the ready, and you’ll find it enjoyable to clean a lot more regularly. Because these products are non-toxic, you can even get the kids to join in on the fun.

Ahead, we’ve scouted 11 of the coolest, safest, and even art-worthy natural cleaning brands whose products are safe for you and the environment.

Our mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women, and we only feature products we think you’ll love as much as we do. Puracy is a SheKnows sponsor, however, all products in this article were independently selected by our editors. Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale.

An original version of this story was published in April 2021.

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