Meet ThreeMain, The Company Offering Zero-Waste Refillable Cleaners

Published on July 16, 2020

It’s difficult to feel good about your environmental footprint when you’ve got a plethora of cleaning supplies, all contained in various plastic bottles or aerosol cans that you’ll just wind up throwing out. And even if you’re recycling the bottles, you’re still heading back to the store to pick up more, perpetuating this vicious cycle and supporting the demand for plastic. You want to transition into becoming a zero-waste household, but you need your cleaning supplies…so where do you go from here?

So how exactly can we up our sustainability game while avoiding drastic changes to our lifestyle? 

It’s simpler than you may think: ThreeMain is offering a Clean Green Starter Kit, which contains multi-surface and bathroom cleaners that are refillable and are composed of the CDC’s recommended amount of Hydrogen Peroxide; so you won’t have to live in any more fear than you already are–especially in this era of COVID-19. 

Clean Green Starter Kit from ThreeMain

Not only are you minimizing your waste, your minimizing the danger of chemical-filled cleaners in your home

Unlike many big-brand name cleaners, ThreeMain cleaners are free of chemicals, but are robust enough to tackle your worst messes. They’re paraben and sulfate free and contain no synthetic fragrances. They’re biodegradable, and pet-friendly, so you won’t have to fear your pup exposed to a freshly cleaned surface. 

The Starter Kit includes a multi-surface cleaner, a bathroom cleaner, and refillable aluminum bottles for dish soap. The refill subscriptions include refills for each bottle that comes with the kit as well as dish soap that will be delivered every 1-3 months, depending on your preference. This access to their zero-waste, refill recycling program will have you feeling better about minimizing your waste and use of plastic. 

You can shop the Green Clean Starter Kit for only $22.99 and subscribe to refills to get the Starter Kit for free exclusively at this link.

For more on how you can transition into a zero-waste lifestyle, check out our zero-waste guide to home-cleaning and natural cleaning supplies.

Kristen Sallaberry is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. Based in New York, she covers the realm of consumer tech and how these ever-progressing gadgets affect our lives. A creative writer and music-head, she also writes for online music publication, Sound of Boston, where she reviews and premieres new music, and co-writes a hip-hop focused column.

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