Naturally It's Clean

Company Benefit Statement

Enzymes are a new way to clean for a healthier home.

  • Stains on your kitchen floor are removed natually
  • Food preparation surfaces are cleaned naturally
  • Mold and mildew stains are eliminated naturally

Our new line of all natural, non-toxic cleaning products really work - products that not only out perform other natural cleaners, but chemical cleaners you've tried before.

Our enzymes dissolve dirt and grime into it's basic natural components - safe for you, safe for our planet.

Company Description

There's a popular misconception that safe, natural cleaners don't do the job well. This is sustained by mass marketing telling you that cleaning requires an arsenal of potent and toxic cleaners. In fact, none of this is true.

Why are we so confident that our products work? Not only do we test and compare them to both natural and traditional cleaners in the lab, we also test them out there in real world.

Enzymes - you've heard the word before, but just what are enzymes? Fact is, they're large protein molecules found in all living things. Enzymes are energetic tools of nature that speed chemical processes or create chemical reactions. Because enzymes are produced by natural systems, it's not surprising that they're biodegradable. What's more, enzymes are naturally non-toxic. All these traits are powerful assets when it comes to maintaining a healthy home. They don't disinfect, but they do leave the surface perfectly clean.

Furthermore, enzymes pinpoint their targets. They are resistant to decay which means they remain ready to act well after you finish. They work exclusively on organic materials (starch, fats, food, grease, oil to name a few) and react only with their target. This makes them safe to use, with no side effects, and no need to for lengthy warning labels. Choosing enzymes over traditional cleaning agents allows you to do the job precisely and effectively without the collateral damage inflicted by toxic chemicals.

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