My olfactory sense is highly attuned and sensitive, and I actually like to clean. I like the instant gratification it gives me. I see great results quickly, which plays well to my impatient and perfectionist sides. Ever since my 19-year old self worked for Toxic Action of Ohio, (and even before), I have been serious about using bio-degradable cleaning products. What can I say. I like water and think it would be nice to keep it potable so that we can, uh, live.
Which brings me to Method products, which I have been using and digging for about a year and a half now. They work well and smell better. The copy on their website and their design are both good, too, and with an ad-man writer as my partner, it is hard for me to ignore these things. Plus, Method is easy to come by. It seems that Target carries all of their stuff, and even Lowe’s has some of their products. As opposed to Shaklee, or some more obscure brands that are hard to get, Method’s convenience factor is crucial.
P.S. Okay. So I actually posted about cleaning products. Call me anal, but at least I am sustainably anal.
Ok, who is surprised that you didn’t post about cleaning supplies earlier? Last year? Pre-pubescence?
I like Method, too- and since I’ve been spear-heading the ‘greening’ of our office -I think maybe we’ll try these products. Easy to come by, easy to use.
kizzy lives.Your cleaning fettish began at an early age fostered by a moms joy to relinquish some of the responsibility.A green kizzy…interesting!
I used Mehtod’s pink grapefruit scented biodegradable wipes to tidy up my office today. Even though it’s a small thing, I’m pleased about it. “Great results quickly,” indeed.