Tagged : biokleen
October 8th, 2010
It’s been a strange week. I’m blushing, because wherever I go, I am confronted by flushing.
First came news that actor and green activist Ed Begley is endorsing two composting toilets. Leave it to Ed to go where no man has gone before.
I am glad that Begley continues to push the envelope. I assume he’ll be installing these at home, and he will find that composting toilets are at least as easy to incorporate as those stationary bikes he uses to power the TV. I confess I don’t watch the Living with Ed show, but I am a fan of his green advocacy. Another product he’s endorsed, Bayes Waterless Car Wash, has become a favorite at our house. We save untold gallons of water, avoided sending contaminated runoff into the sewer system and still end up with sparkly cars.
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Tags: · BarbaraKesslerBlog, Biokleen, Chem Free Toilet Cleaner, chemical contamination of water, composting toilets, Ecover, Ed Begley, Envirolet, environmentalist, germs, GreenWorks, Santerra Green, Seventh Generation, toilet cleaner, toilets, wastewater, water, Water Conservation
August 31st, 2010
Back-to-school may mean an empty house and a sad, stressed pet who will exact revenge on your carpet. Image: Arman Zhenikeyev / Dreamstime
Getting back to the back-to-school routine may be a pain for parents and students, but the family members most upset with the change may be the dog and cat.
All that attention and time and playing and going outside whenever he or she liked is yanked away and your pet may be very lonely and stressed by the change.
Their solution? Pee on the carpet or poop on the fancy rug. The unspoken message: That’ll show you not to leave me alone.
Now you’re searching for a stain- and odor-removing cleaner with safe, natural ingredients that pose no chemical threat to pets or people. Whether in the store or online, you’ll find many cleaners labeled “natural” or “eco-friendly” or “green,” but don’t always believe what you read.
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Tags: · Biokleen, cat stains, dog stains, eco-friendly pet products, Flying Basset, green pet products, Halo, natural cleaners, natural stain remover, organic stain remover, pet products, pet stain remover, Pure Ayre
May 19th, 2009
Green Right Now Reports:
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Biokleen has released three new eco-sensitive, consumer products that compete head-to-head with conventional-brand soaps and sprays.
The new products extend the company’s “Bac-Out” and include a floor cleaner, a bathroom cleaner and a “freshener”.
Bac-Out Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner uses Biokleen’s trademark enzymes to clean tile, stone, vinyl and most wood floors. With lime and citrus oil extracts, this convient cleaner leaves a fresh scent and uses no harsh or floor-stripping chemicals.
Bac-Out Fresh is a fabric “refresher” that can eliminate odors on pet beds, curtains, linens and in cars. It uses Biokleen’s proprietary enzymes to “digest” odor-causing dirt and bacteria. Bac-out Fresh is designed to compete with the ubiquitous Febreeze, but uses natural lavender or lemon and thyme oils instead of artificial fragrances.
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Tags: · Bac-Out Bathrom Cleaner, Bac-Out Fresh, Bac-Out Multi Surface Floor Cleaner, Barry Firth, Biokleen, Cindy Rimer, Green Cleaners, greener companies, Washington