1. Stop living in a toxic home
Some of the most questionable chemicals used regularly
in household products are ammonia, chlorine bleach, phenol,
butyl cellosolve, and formaldehyde—all of which can be
found under your kitchen sink. Basic H2 is nontoxic and safe
for your family.
2. Everything and the kitchen sink
Basic H2 cleans it all from kitchens and bathrooms to
appliances, woodwork, mirrors, painted walls, and floors—
it even does windows. So, toss those single-purpose
cleaners like sink and tile cleaners. Mix ¼ teaspoon in 16 oz.
of water in a Get Clean spray bottle for all purpose cleaning,
and 2 drops in 16 oz. of water to clean windows.
3. Eliminate your ammonia-based
Basic H2 cleans windows without streaking while being
a great alternative to leading brands. Basic H2 window
cleaner is equivalent in performance to Windex® Original.*
4. Removes the impossible
From lipstick on a linen napkin to crayons on a painted wall,
full-strength Basic H2 comes to the rescue.
5. Great for cutting grease
Tough on greasy barbecue grills, ovens, and even oil spots
on concrete. Mix 2 oz. per gallon of water for a superdegreaser
6. Does odd jobs
One tablespoon of Basic H2 in a bucket of hot water lifts off
old wallpaper. One and a half teaspoons in a half gallon cleans
sticky paintbrushes. Just soak for 24 hours and rinse with
hot tap water.
7. Saves money
One 16 oz. bottle of Basic H2 diluted per label directions
makes 214 bottles (28 oz.) of ready-to-use all-purpose cleaner.
8. Camping and traveling companion
Take along a small size of Basic H2 to keep clothes, dishes,
and everything else clean. And you’ll help by keeping the
great outdoors unpolluted.
9. Easy on the planet
Biodegradable and environmentally friendly, Basic H2 handles
even hard-to-clean jobs without phosphates, borates, nitrates,
or other stuff the planet doesn’t appreciate.
10. Less in the landfill
Basic H2 is superconcentrated, so you’ll use fewer bottles
of cleaning products throughout the year.
Basic H organic super cleaning concentrate
Home & Garden. 1. Stop living in a toxic home Some of the most questionable chemicals used regularly in household products are ammonia, chlorine bleach, phenol, butyl cellosolve, and formaldehyde—all of which can ...