by Stephanie Harper – The CleanWell line of disinfecting products and soaps include no fuss, kid-friendly, easy-to-use spray nozzles and pumps. Cleanwell, based in Denver Colorado, began with a father’s quest for plant-based cleaning products that were safe for his son who suffers from an immune system disorder.
CleanWell’s toxic-free pledge resonates with anyone who prefers cleaning supplies that don’t include any harsh chemicals and are good for the planet. CleanWell products use plant-derived Thymol which breaks down quickly and doesn’t harm the environment at the same time. All of the foaming soaps have aloe, so it’s gentle and moisturizing for skin.
My family tried several CleanWell products at home:
- Botanical Disinfectant All Purpose Cleaner (Lemon Scent) 26 fl oz.
- Botanical Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner (Citrus Scent) 26 fl oz.
- Foaming Hand Soap With Botanical Oils (in Ginger Bergamot, Lavender, and Orange Vanilla) 9.5 fl oz.
3 things we love about the CleanWell Disinfectant and foaming soap lines
- We used the spray on all surfaces after a string of sicknesses in our house and there was no lingering, chemical smell.
- One spray goes a long way–we didn’t have to spray several times for the liquid to stick on each surface and we even spot cleaned by letting the liquid soak into the surface and letting air dry.
- The foaming soaps all have a pleasant smell and our hands weren’t dry after washing.
With such a saturation of kid-friendly, chemical-free, and cruelty-free cleaners in the market, it’s nice to know that CleanWell is committed to bringing families an alternative with a natural, plant based formula. I feel comfortable saying we will all use these products in the future and on any surface that it supports to keep us breathing easy and germ-free!
Stephanie Harper is a freelance writer who lives in Asheville, NC. Originally from Oakland, CA, she and her husband, James, decided to move their blended family cross-country in hopes to broaden their landscape for outdoor adventuring and love of nature. You can follow the Harper family on her blog raisingkidswild.com.