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Meliora All-Purpose Cleaner Refill Tablets

Meliora All-Purpose Cleaner Refill Tablets

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We use only what you need to clean your home: an unscented vegetable soap formula made with organic coconut oil that dissolves easily in water.

Our All-Purpose Home Cleaner is effective on any hard surface, including wood, stone, metal, and glass.

Our ingredients are MADE SAFE® CertifiedLeaping Bunny certified cruelty-free, and vegan. We list every ingredient, including scents, on the front label so you can see what’s in your cleaner.

Our single-use plastic-free all-purpose cleaner includes a reusable glass spray bottle pre-loaded with a solid soap tablet. Our 3-pack of refill tablets is packaged in a recyclable paperboard box printed with vegetable-based inks.

To mix a bottle of cleaning spray, remove the sprayer and fill the bottle mostly full with warm water. Do not use very hot or boiling water. Replace the sprayer and shake the bottle gently to dissolve the tablet. It may take up to an hour for the tablet to dissolve fully.

INGREDIENTS

Our vegan, plant-based Vegetable Soap is made from organic coconut oil that is processed into soap, resulting in the following ingredients:.

Potassium Cocoate and Sodium Cocoate are the chemical names of organic coconut oil that is saponified, or 'made into soap’. It's the chemical that grabs onto both dirt and water to do the cleaning.

Glycerin is chemically a type of alcohol and is naturally created when the oil is converted into soap. We do not add any additional glycerin to our soap. 100% of the glycerin present is a byproduct of the soapmaking process and is vegan and cruelty-free.

Organic Cocos Nucifera, or organic coconut oil, is left in the soap after conversion to sodium cocoate. This is because we use sodium hydroxide, or lye, in the conversion process, and leaving excess oil ensures there is no remaining lye in the finished product. Our coconut soap has only a very small amount of excess oil, so it is designed to get tough jobs done without leaving oil behind on your clothes or in your washer.

Water is used in the soapmaking process to dissolve the lye and help evenly mix the oils and lye together for a complete saponification reaction. After saponification is complete, the water evaporates. There is only about 5% water in the finished soap, making it more shelf stable than a liquid soap that would require a preservative due to the high percentage (about 60%) of water.

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