Cleancult Eco Friendly Home Cleaning Products: An Honest Product Review

Cleancult Eco Friendly Home Cleaning Products


cleancult Eco Friendly Home Cleaning Products: An Honest Product Review:


I don’t do a lot of product reviews here, but, after learning a little about cleancult’s environmentally safe and green mission, I decided to try the products out. Spoiler alert: Notice my squeaky clean kitchen above!
cleancult is a relatively new brand of cleaning products on a mission to reduce plastics and improve the environment. I’m glad I agreed because as it turns out, cleancult is a great company with an important mission.

The first thing I love is the smart way cleancult cuts out plastic in it’s packaging. They send paper refills in 100% paper containers, shipped with 90% plastic free packaging. How clever is that?
Once it arrives in these chic paper milk cartons, you tear and refill your own containers.

The next great thing which struck me immediately is how good everything smells!

So knowing this stuff smells great, we went ahead and started to test them out on dirty dishes and messy pots. These non toxic, natural and environmentally safe cleaning products not only smell fantastic but they really work too!

My whole kitchen smelled amazing and it felt good knowing that my surfaces were free of toxic chemicals.

I couldn’t tell the difference between these “clean” products and the ones we were already using in my house for years.



cleancult is a visionary brand which makes everything from dish soap to laundry detergent with “clean” ingredients using natural oils in place of harmful and harsh chemicals. Great if you have allergies or sensitive skin (like me!)
The lavender hand soap made from natural essential oils is my personal favorite from the brand. I also love how customizable it’s program is with an online quiz which asks questions about everything from your appliances to how often you would like to receive refills.

All in I highly recommend cleancult for anyone looking to reduce plastic consumption and the overall use of harmful harsh chemicals in their home!




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  1. Ann wrote:

    Where does their coconut oil come from? Industrial sources which cook and bleach the oil or organic sources….

    Published on 8.9.19 · Reply
  2. Anna Choi wrote:

    How do you order it? Try it?

    Published on 8.11.19 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      On their site!:)

      Published on 8.12.19 · Reply
  3. Carrie wrote:

    Are they sustainably sourced?

    Published on 8.20.19 · Reply
  4. Dani wrote:

    Is the carton made out of recycled paper?

    Published on 8.25.19 · Reply
  5. Danielle wrote:

    Are milk crate containers recyclable?

    Published on 8.25.19 · Reply
    • Alison wrote:

      You have to check your local recycling service, but in most areas they are.

      Published on 9.26.19 · Reply
  6. Donicé wrote:

    I love it that use of plastic is eliminated, but what about the paper used? Is the paper from recycled paper products? I know my question probably sounds trite, but with our disappearing forests, I had to ask.

    Published on 8.28.19 · Reply
    • Sally Browne wrote:

      There is a fantastic company called “Who gives a crap” which sells toilet paper, paper towels and tissues from recycled paper and the proceeds go to building portable latrines in 3rd world countries. Everything is sent to your door and is quite reasonable. I only have to order every 3 months. Google Who gives a Crap…Catchy name..Lol!

      Published on 10.10.19 · Reply
      • Margaret wrote:

        That doesn’t really answer the question. 🙄

        Published on 10.29.19 · Reply
  7. tara wrote:

    Are the coconuts purchased through fair trade?

    Published on 8.30.19 · Reply
  8. Susan wrote:

    So many great questions posted here. The answers must not be favorable since they’ve not attended to any on them. I love the idea of what they are doing as long as its not replacing one problem with another. Any thoughts @Cleancult?

    Published on 8.31.19 · Reply
    • Cathleen wrote:

      I second that… Answers?

      Published on 9.20.19 · Reply
      • Tyler wrote:

        I agree. The only answer @cleancut gave is where the light in the kitchen is from.

        Published on 9.26.19 · Reply
  9. Brina wrote:

    Are any of the ingredients derived from palm oil (I.e. glycerin)?

    Published on 8.31.19 · Reply
  10. Leona wrote:

    Go to their site to have all your questions answered. I just received my products and I love them. I literally can’t tell a difference vs all the other things I was using.

    Published on 9.1.19 · Reply
  11. Charlene wrote:

    Do you have fragrance and dye free hand soaps and laundry soap?

    Published on 9.4.19 · Reply
  12. Janette wrote:

    Your kitchen is beautiful!! Where did you get that overhead light fixture? I love it!

    Published on 9.9.19 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      Thanks so much. It’s from Anne Morris in NYC.

      Published on 9.9.19 · Reply
  13. Ana Lucia Pimienta Rosales wrote:

    Discpunt for cleaning products

    Published on 9.12.19 · Reply
  14. Mary Ann wrote:

    I just started using these products. Very impressive. The fragrances are beautiful and surprisingly also clean great. It’s such a good idea.

    Published on 9.21.19 · Reply
  15. Lori wrote:

    Are those cartons recyclable? They look like milk cartons, coated in wax, which are not recyclable.

    Published on 9.25.19 · Reply
  16. Cindy Schultz-Worth wrote:

    I’m interested in purchasing JUST the product ( dish washing liquid) in the paper refill carton… is that possible ? Please say “YES”… , my kitchen sink has a dish soap dispenser which I’m not about to give up so just want a refill..
    Hope to hear….thank you!

    Published on 9.27.19 · Reply
    • Elise Marks wrote:

      Yes, on the site you can just order the refills if you already have suitable containers at home.

      Published on 10.5.19 · Reply
  17. Cindy wrote:

    I’m interested in purchasing JUST the product ( dish washing liquid) in the paper refill carton… is that possible ? Please say “YES”… , my kitchen sink has a dish soap dispenser which I’m not about to give up so just want a refill..
    Hope to hear….thank you!

    Published on 9.27.19 · Reply
  18. Carolyn wrote:

    I tried a sampler of the dish soap, bar soap, and surface cleaners. My verdicts:
    Dish soap: smells great, but I had to use so much in comparison to commercial brands to actually clean regular items it was not a great value. I like the carton refills, as I have a permanent dispenser. Won’t buy again.
    Bar soap: Love the natural scent, nice lather and rinses clean. I would love to buy just the bars alone, but they are about $5 per bar. Just too expensive for everyday soap.
    Surface cleaner: Like the carton, smells really good, but I found it to be too “thick” and needed to be rinsed and wiped after using. Not practical. Won’t buy again.

    Published on 10.5.19 · Reply
  19. Ann P Wilson wrote:

    The dish soap is leaving a film on the stainless steel sink – so I am concerned that it is also leaving a film on my dishes and glassware.

    Published on 10.12.19 · Reply
  20. Alex wrote:

    Maybe none of your questions are getting answered because this is a BLOG and not the companies actual website……

    Published on 11.1.19 · Reply
  21. Jess wrote:

    Hi, I’m the Buyer for a small health food store and we are interested in bringing your products into our store. Can you please have one of your sales reps shoot me an email at

    Published on 11.12.19 · Reply