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It Works ... Naturally!


 
It Works ... Naturally!

 

Now your conscience can be as clean as your home with the launch of a new range of natural cleaning products - the first to be approved by the Asthma & Respiratory Foundation of New Zealand.

Laboratory testing has shown Green Works(tm) Natural Plant Based Cleaners are natural cleaners that clean with the performance of conventional cleaners. Green Works cleaners are the leading natural cleaners in the US and Canada after only 6 month's on the market in those regions.

Green Works products are not only effective, they are also price-competitive and available from the same outlets as regular cleaners - look for them in the cleaning aisle of your local grocery store.

And most importantly, Green Works products are safe for you, your family, and the environment.  

Made from natural plant-based ingredients derived from coconuts, corn and lemon, Green Works products are environmentally sustainable, non-allergenic and biodegradable. They are not tested on animals, are packaged in bottles that can be recycled and are at least 99% natural.

Green Works is approved by the Asthma & Respiratory Foundation and the first cleaning product to ever receive the foundation's "Sensitive choice" stamp. With more than 12% of the population suffering from asthma and 40% suffering from allergies, this programme helps sufferers and caregivers choose products that reduce asthma triggers within their homes.

 

"Many studies have shown that household cleaners can trigger asthma," says the foundation's executive director, Jane Patterson. 

"Green Works products were assessed by our panel of experts and shown to have a neutral impact on asthma sufferers. We encourage people to use non-harmful cleaning products and applaud the Green Works range for providing a price-competitive option for people with asthma."

The Products:

Green Works(tm) Natural All-Purpose Cleaner works on grease, grime, dirt, soils and messes, and is safe on multiple surfaces throughout the kitchen and bathroom including benchtops, appliances, stainless steel, sealed granite, chrome, rangehoods, sinks and toilets. From around $5.99

Green Works(tm) Natural Glass & Surface Cleaner cuts through filmy residue, and is safe on multiple surfaces throughout the kitchen and bathroom including glass, mirrors, appliances and stainless steel.  From around $5.49

Green Works(tm) Natural Dilutable Cleaner works on grease, grime, and dirt, and is safe on multiple surfaces throughout the kitchen and bathroom including non-wood floors, benchtops, sinks, stoves, garbage cans and toilets.  From around $5.49

Green Works(tm) Natural Bathroom Cleaner works on tough stains like soap scum, and is safe on multiple bathroom surfaces, including benchtops, sinks, tubs, tiles and shower doors.  From around $5.99

Green Works launches into the New Zealand market this month through supermarkets nationwide with an initial four products.

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