I know many of you can relate to the goal of reducing single use plastic, minimizing environmental harm and supporting companies that focus on sustainability, so I am beyond thrilled to partner with Grove Collaborative this month. If you’re not familiar, Grove Collaborative is a company focused on bringing greener, cleaner products into every home. They make it super easy to shop for household items, personal care and even pet supplies that are gentler on the planet, sustainable and cruelty-free. One of my biggest goals for this year is to use only non-toxic, cruelty free, sustainable household products, and Grove makes that really easy. Read on for the 3 products I’m loving from Grove for a greener, cleaner home. Grove is also giving JESSANNKIRBY.COM readers an amazing offer with any purchase of at least $20. New customers will receive the Grove Collaborative Concentrates (more on these below), Grove Collaborative Glass Spray Bottle, Grove Collaborative Cleaning Caddy, Grove Collaborative Walnut Scrubber Sponges, and a 60 day VIP trial. All you have to do is make a purchase of $20 or more from any of the links in this post and the offer will be automatically applied to your cart!
Grove Concentrates & Spray Bottle
Not only can you reduce single use plastics with the re-usable glass spray bottle but the Grove concentrates are made without harsh chemicals, colorants and synthetic fragrances. They’re scented with 100% natural essential oil and have options for glass, tub & tile and all purpose so you can use them pretty much everywhere. Head to grove.co/jessannkirby and get free concentrates and a spray bottle with any $20 purchase for new customers.
Method Squirt + Mop Wood Floor Cleaner
I spent so much time trying to find a floor cleaner that was safe for Nora, Fuji and Hunter. We clean the floors often (you have to with three pets) and this stuff is awesome. It’s pet safe, non-toxic, smells SO good, and is super easy to use (no need to dilute just squirt and mop). Did I mention it works really well? It’s also hypoallergenic, biodegradable, made with renewable energy AND affordable.
Head to grove.co/jessannkirby and get free concentrates, glass spray bottle, walnut scrubber sponge and 60 day free VIP trial with any $20 purchase for new customers.
Did you know regular dryer sheets contain toxic chemicals, some of which have even been linked to cancer? They also damage the environment and pollute the air. There’s a healthy, safe and natural alternative, wool dryer balls. They’ll soften your clothes and help eliminate wrinkles but unlike dryer sheets, they’re hypoallergenic and eco-friendly. They can reduce drying time by 25% and last for up to 1,000 loads.
Done! Can’t wait to get my shipment.
This is a great little post. I always love knowing of new clean products that can be used around the house. What mop/tool do you use to clean the floors actually? I find mops to be terrible generally. Thanks. Love your blog!
Yes! We use these https://rstyle.me/n/derfikzvk6 with something like this https://rstyle.me/n/derfkczvk6 (not sure if it’s exact) but it’s great because you can just throw them in the washing machine. We’ve had them for over a year and they’re still in great condition.
Yay!! So happy to see this post. My brother is one of the founders of Grove – it’s an amazing company and you are a perfect ambassador for them. ?
OMG that’s amazing! So cool. Great company, makes shopping green and clean so easy.
Wow! Thank you for sharing a green, non-toxic floor cleaner. My family and I have been on the hunt for one that is safe for my husky. Again, thank you so much!
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Yay, so glad, it’s awesome and I really love the smell, and the fact that I don’t need to worry about the pups licking their paws and ingesting toxic stuff. xx
Are the replacement packs for the cleaning solutions for Grove also recyclable? I love the idea of the glass bottle, but would hope that the concentrate bottles are able to be disposed of responsibly to. I also have been using the last of my dryer sheets to switch to wool dryer balls! Excited to try. Thanks!