For those of you who don't know me, let me tell you right now that I'm obsessed with all things green...and clean. My apartment is an all-white modern NYC apartment and I'm constantly scrubbing, vacuuming or cleaning something. It's what I do and I make no apologies for it...clean home, clean mind. That's how I roll.
So, when Le Savonnier Marseillais contacted me about their multi-purpose - and I mean multi-purpose - Savon Noir Liquid Soap, I was intrigued. They sent me the Eucalyptus to try and since I was just about to do some laundry, the timing was perfect (yes, this household cleanser is also great for laundry).
After I washed my clothes with it (btw, they were so fresh and clean smelling after) I decided to scrub the shower. Now, because I know how natural the ingredients are, I was able to clean the shower while I was in the shower without worrying about the cleanser getting on my skin and feet. Let me tell you, my bathroom was SPARKLING. Like a good, old-fashioned, super duper clean. The maids of Downton Abbey have nothing on me.
The consistency is a thick gel, so I just wet a scrub brush and applied some on top. For the laundry, I used it like any other detergent.
Other uses: cleaning pets, as a natural insecticide in the garden, for cleaning cars/boats/motorcycles, floors...you get the idea. For such a large bottle, it's a steal at $20.
GREEN SHIELD ORGANIC GLASS CLEANER
I can honestly say that I use this on a daily basis. Seriously. This is just one of those products that I always wish I had in both the kitchen and bathroom. It's thee best glass cleaner I have ever used...including all of the chemical-filled glass cleaners. This cleaner leaves glass sparkling and the best thing is, it's organic.
I purchased this at Whole Foods and I'm eager to try the other things in their line.
It smells faintly of vinegar, but the smell goes away quickly. It's a big 32 oz. bottle that sells for $4.99. Trust me...this is excellent.
*I received the Savon Noir to test. I purchased the Green Shield Glass Cleaner. All opinions are my own...trust me, I got a lot of 'em!