Bathroom Cleaner Refill
Minimum Order Size: 24 units
Our bathroom cleaner refill concentrate provides the same effective plant-powered clean in a concentrated formula so there's no need to buy a new spray bottle. Just squeeze the contents of the tube into your bottle, add water and shake. Wash away soap scum, stains, and other bathroom funk. It’s tough enough to tackle your most down and dirty areas, but safe enough to use around kids and pets. Instead of harsh chemicals, it’s powered by coconut-derived actives that work hard to clean your bathroom safely and naturally. The container is 100% recyclable and, at about half the cost of our original bathroom cleaner spray, it's good for the environment and your budget.
- purified water, coconut-derived actives, citric acid, natural rosemary oil and natural lemon oil
5.75” x 1.75” x 1”
About the Brand
Public Goods is a brand that delivers essentials across many categories united by a set of core values. Our mission is simple: make healthy, high-quality, beautiful and sustainable products accessible and affordable to all. That's why we've created a one-stop shop where you can get everything you need—from home and personal care to premium pantry staples—all in one place.
Our product developers search the globe to find clean, healthy, eco-friendly and innovative goods like sulfate-free shampoo, organic pesto sauce and tree-free paper products. We form personal relationships with local growers, factory owners and artisans to ethically source everything, from the beginning to the end of the supply chain. Then we sell our products under our own label directly to our customers. We use a membership model to keep costs low and pass on even more savings to the people we serve.
Knowing what's in your products and where they come from is important. Small changes in the way we shop can make a big impact on personal health and the world at large. We’ll never stop looking for solutions to make all of our products even more nutritious and sustainable. We see a world where people not only understand the link between consumption and global health but are empowered to do something about it.