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If you’ve become obsessed with cleaning lately, we totally get it. However, in this time of quarantine, you’ve probably noticed that groceries and other household essentials are low in inventory — both at major retailers and your local grocer.
The company offers a starter kit, which includes one bathroom cleaner, one multi-surface cleaner and one liquid dish soap. Additionally, the company boasts that the products are non-toxic and 100 percent sustainable.
Shop: ThreeMain Starter Kit, $23
All of the products are made without “fragrances, parabens, glycol solvents, formaldehyde, phthalates, and artificial color,” according to the company website. Plus, the bottles are non-plastic and reusable, so any time you order a refill, it comes in a packet that you just pour into the original bottle. Thusly, you help cut down on your global footprint.
The kit currently retails at $22.99 if you purchase it without the refill subscription. However, if you want to sign up for refills, you will get an additional 50 percent off. (And keep in mind, you have the option to refill every one, two or three months if you’d like.)
Started by self-described eco-advocates Joe Budzienski and Lauren Simonelli, ThreeMain also partners with the Rozalia Project — an organization that works to clean and protect the ocean — and will donate 3 percent of all sales to the project’s mission.
It’s this eco-friendly identity that helps make the company — and other brands like it — an attractive option for people concerned about the environment. Blueland and Cleancult are also services that pride themselves on sending sustainable cleaning products. For example, with Blueland, you can buy a kit of cleaning essentials for $39 and purchase refills separately and at anytime. The company also has a wider range of products but at a higher price point, depending on the product and quantity.
While reviewers generally gave ThreeMain products high remarks and applauded its sustainability, a handful of reviewers pointed out that the dish soap wasn’t strong.
“Like everything but the dish soap cam only be used for when it’s just coffee cups or something…doesn’t remove grease from plates or cooking utensils/ pans/etc,” one reviewer wrote on the company website.
Another buyer echoed a similar sentiment. “Loving the cleaners but I’m not sold on the dish soap. I’m all about natural but I’m having a hard time giving up my dawn dish soap. Nothing else seems to cut the grease and the bubbles are great, plus it has a pleasant smell.”
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