Eco_Clean_Spray.jpgTalk about serendipity!  The day I moved into a new apartment I happened to receive a complimentary bottle of Eco Clean Kitchen Counter Top – for the purposes of this review.

So I immediately put it to the test.  I’ve been spraying it on every kitchen cabinet, shelf and counter top surface for the past several days and in a word, it’s fantastic.  Scented with essential oils, the Orange & Rosemary cleaner smells so good, it could almost be used as an air freshner.

Made in Denmark, the land of highly eco and energy minded individuals, the non-toxic Eco Clean line is free from parabens, phosphates, bleach, ammonia and petro chemicals.  It’s cleaning power is derived from plant and sugar based surfactants – specifically, fatty acids of sugar beets, (D-Glucopyranose) a sustainable, renewable, readily biodegradable plant.

In addition to the products in the photo below, Bathroom Cleaner, Dish Wash and Hand Wash round out the Eco Clean product line.

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According to the company, “D-Glucopyranose has exceptional detergency properties even on oily and cosmetic stains.”  Danish scientist Jens Erik Hansen toiled for five years perfecting their proprietary formula called Active Eco Boost (AEB), a natural amino acid derivative.

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Eco Clean is packaged in fully recyclable PET (recycled plastic) spray heads and bottles.  The bottles are also fully biodegradable.  To top it off, the nozzle is rather nifty — it features a special foaming option, as well as the usual spray setting.

Cleaning is easy.  Shake the bottle, spray Eco Clean on surface and wipe with a dry cloth.  No rinsing necessary.  The stuff really works.  We give Eco Clean a definite, green thumbs up.

Find, ($4.49) at Alice.com and Duane Reade stores.  Or checkout their Facebook page for more info.