Seven eco-friendly cleaning products you need

Get a pristine home, while taking care of nature, with Green Care’s earth-friendly cleaning alternatives.

Bunnings magazine, January 2021

A new way to clean

Green Care cleans using organic plant-based enzymes. Their patented combination not only cleans, but actually keeps cleaning for up to 48 hours!

It sounds like magic, but the way it works is simple; the enzymes break down the biofilm that bacteria feeds on and stop them from multiplying. The enzymes are hungry for fats, oils, greases and other soils, safely converting them into hydrogen, oxygen and other elements, which naturally and cleanly dissipate into the air.

Eco care everywhere

Green Care can tackle all your household cleaning jobs, big and small:

1. Green Care Drain Cleaner

Breaks down fats, grease, oils and soap scum that often cause clogged drains.

2. Green Care Multi-purpose Cleaner

Lifts grease, dirt, mould and mildew off all hard surfaces.

3. Green Care Floor Cleaner

Can be used on all floor types without scrubbing and cleans tile grout effectively.

4. Green Care Surface Spray

With odour neutraliser breaks down grease and grime build-up on any hard surface and removes odours.

5. Green Care Toilet Cleaner

Cleans without bleach. It eliminates odours while removing organicmatter, limescale and calcium inside the toilet bowl.

6. Green Care Glass Cleaner

This glass cleaner is streak-free and acts to remove grease and grime.

7. Green Care Bath & Shower Cleaner

Removes limescale, soap scum, uric acid and other organicmaterial without the use of bleach.

It’s easy to care for the environment

Stock up on all your cleaning supplies with Green Care.

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