It seems that over the years, cleaners have gotten a more specialized to meet the different things throughout our home. We’ve gone from cleaners that are all purpose to ones that are for almost every aspect of our homes. And while Arm and Hammer is usually associated with their baking soda products, they’re taking technology and their formula to different parts of your home.
We were sent both their Garbage Disposal Cleaner and their Fruit and Vegetable Wash – both not loaded with chemicals and easy to use in your home. What we like about them – their from a brand we already know and trust and they’re readily available at the stores we shop at as well as online.
The Arm & Hammer Fruit and Vegetable wash helps to eliminate over 90% of pesticide residue (commonly used Thiabendazole Pesticide) when used as directed. It does this with the help of just 7 ingredients, Arm & Hammer Fruit and Vegetable Wash removes surface pesticides 4x better than water alone when used as directed. Worried about allergies? Arm & Hammer Fruit and Vegetable Wash is free from harsh chemicals, leaves no taste or odor behind, is gluten-free and vegan-friendly. All you have to do is spray it on and wash your fruit and vegetables before cooking or eating them – it’s extremely easy to use!
After years of using your kitchen, you may notice that your sink and garbage disposal isn’t as clean as you would like or you may notice a smell coming from the sink. But Arm and Hammer has your back on that one too – their Garbage Disposal Cleaner are simple to use drops that you can use quickly to freshen up and clean your sink. The cleaners work to deodorize your sink leaving behind a fresh citrus scent. You’re cleaning with the power of Baking Soda, used to deodorize your sink and remove excess odors left from food particles.
Both products are simple to use, and don’t take up a lot of space in your kitchen when you are not using it. Just a few minutes of cleaning will help keep you kitchen sparkling clean and your fruits and veggies better for you without the use of harsh chemicals.
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