Hydrogen Peroxide Based Home Cleaning Products Safe Non Toxic Online Line Launch

A Washington-based company launches a range of hydrogen peroxide all-purpose concentrate cleaners that can be diluted for safe use on different surfaces in the home.

Edmonds, United States - June 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Based in Edmonds, Washington, Homage Essentials & Co launches a line of hydrogen peroxide-based concentrate cleaners that are non-toxic and safe for the environment when fully diluted. Available in various sizes and fragrances, the cleaning products can be ordered directly from the company’s website.

Additional information can be found at https://homageco.com.

The company’s newest launch comes at an opportune time when health authorities encourage the frequent cleaning and regular sanitation of homes and other places to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

By coming up with cleaning agents made with organic-based surfactants, Homage Essentials & Co is able to give its customers safe alternatives to harsh chemicals that can be harmful to humans, pets, and the environment. Sold in BPA-free recyclable HDPE containers, the products do not contain parabens and phthalates either, nor bleach.

To use the products, the company suggests keeping a fully diluted solution in one of the opaque glass spray bottles that they also sell to maintain the cleaning ability of its peroxide content. Acting as a potent cleaner, the solution can be applied on various surfaces, including counters, sinks, tile, grout, toilets, tubs, and showers.

The cleaning products have been receiving excellent reviews from homeowners who have tried them. One such customer states, “I love the way these products clean. I have stainless appliances and other cleaners leave streaks but these do not! The scents are wonderful too. I stopped buying wipes and other cleaners! Because your cleaners are concentrated, they last for months.”

Homage Essentials & Co specializes in producing quality, safe, and effective cleaning products for families and other consumers. Aside from cleaning concentrates, the company also offers cleaning accessories, laundry and fabric care solutions, hand sanitizers, bath and body products, and other home essentials.

Standing by the quality of their products, the company offers a 30-day money-back guarantee to customers who have concerns about the effectiveness of the cleaners. They also provide free shipping on all orders above $75.

Interested homeowners may visit the above website to know more.

Contact Info:
Name: Raven Willis
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Organization: Homage Essentials & Co
Address: 10016 EDMONDS WAY STE C264, Edmonds, WA 98020, United States
Website: https://homageco.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88959646

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