That bottle might actually help me conquer Mt. Saint Laundry
The event encourages people to trade in traditional cleaning product in exchange for free Seventh Generation non-toxic plant based product. I’ve been using Seventh Generation cleaning products for some time now (this is what the area under my sink looks like at any given time) so I was excited to learn more about them. Oh look we’re out of trash bags.
The event took place at our local Whole Foods down here on the South Shore of Massachusetts. The team was awesome and the set-up was really cool – they had tables and an iPad set up so people could engage, learn, and exchange. I didn’t have any product to exchange because as you can see from the above picture I was already hooked! They were still nice enough to hook me up…
Mine all mine!
I loved listening to the brand ambassadors talk to people about what makes their product better. For me, it’s knowing that I’m not spraying harmful chemicals into our home where either a 2 or 4 year old body is in every nook and cranny. I also learned that Seventh Generation dish liquid is a 95% USDA certified biobased formula, meaning 95% of the ingredients come from plants. Other dish liquids may contain only up to 25% plant derived ingredients which means 75% of the other ingredients come from petroleum or synthetic based ingredients. Gross, we eat off those plates!
For over 27 years Seventh Generation has been harnessing the powerful use of plants for homes and families. They feel that every day is a new day to care for seven generations. And every time I look at my children, I couldn’t agree more…
Find out if the #CleanSwap event is coming to your area! Click HERE for more details.
I worked in conjunction with Seventh Generation on this post. All opinions are my own.