Method Dish Soap Pump Refill, Clementine, 36-Ounce Pack of 2
Category: Health and Beauty
Buy New: $10.44
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Sales Rank: 13,705
Number Of Items: 2
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.7
Dimensions (in): 3.3 x 7.3 x 9.9
Legal Disclaimer: This price is for a pack of two 36oz refill bags
Publication Date: February 16, 2011
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
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| • ||give your nose a hug with method?s bright, nature-inspired fragrances|
| • ||natural, biodegradable, concentrated formula|
| • ||tackles tough grease + stubborn stuck-on food|
| • ||pouch is a 78% savings in plastic, water + energy|
| • ||never tested on animals|
When the plates pile up, there’s nothing better than having Method’s ultra grease-fighting, biodegradable dish soap on hand. For use with Method’s dish pump bottle, one pouch provides enough soap for nearly two refills and includes an easy dispensing handle. Just a pump or two of this non-toxic, naturally derived formula on a sponge or directly in the sink tackles tough stuck-on food and gets dishes clean.
Method believes clean smells like sweet clementine, the zesty kid sister to the orange and the patron citrus of all that’s good, clean, bright, and cheery. In a world where cleaning products often smell at best, bland and boring, and at worst, noxious and offensive, Method takes pride in making products that smell great.
Founded in 2000, Method creates premium and design-driven home, fabric, and personal care products. Formulated with naturally derived, biodegradable ingredients, Method cleaners put the hurt on dirt. Method is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Method believes in happy, healthy homes where potentially toxic chemicals don’t live. That’s why every ingredient used in Method products is comprehensively evaluated by independent environmental research institute MBDC (McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry) for people and planet safety.
Method aims to reduce waste and conserve resources. The lightweight design of Method’s dish soap refill pouch yields 78% savings in plastic, energy, and water compared to its bottle packaging.
Method uses ingredients and formulas that degrade into simple and benign components in the environment and follows the highest technical standard for defining biodegradability, whereby at least 70% of organic ingredients break down within 28 days.
Cradle to Cradle is Method’s mantra for the design of products. That means Method products - how they’re designed, what’s in them, and where they go after use - are all assessed to help support the company in creating products that are “more good,” not simply “less bad.”
Method believes guinea pigs should never be used as guinea pigs. The company performs absolutely no animal testing on any of its products and does not endorse, request, nor commission any animal testing on its behalf. The company is CCIC Leaping Bunny Program approved.
Method believes in using the power of business to create positive social and environmental change. As a public benefit corporation, Method has legally incorporated into its practices the company’s commitment to people, the environment, and stakeholders.
*In order for liquid products to biodegrade, they must be able to breakdown in your municipality’s wastewater treatment facility. You can check with your local utility service to confirm whether or not such treatment for biodegradable liquids is possible in your area. In order for solid products to biodegrade, they must be broken into small pieces and left uncovered in the sunlight. Disposing of a biodegradable product in your normal trash, where it will eventually be disposed of in a landfill, will not allow the product to biodegrade.
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