Probiotic cleaners use “good” bacteria — the same kind you find in the kombucha you can’t stop drinking or your favorite probiotic supplement. These friendly microorganisms team up with plant-based essential oils to create a turbocharged cleaning product that removes muck and mud.
How are probiotic cleaners made?
Probiotic cleaners are made with fermented bacteria – a living organism that creates enzymes and compounds called bio-detergents. Natural home probiotic cleaners work hard to break down dirt, grime, soap scum, and mildew – and because the good bacteria can live on surfaces long after you’re done cleaning, they’re able to continue producing enzymes that keep your kitchen counter clean for hours.
What makes probiotic cleaners different from traditional cleaners?
Traditional cleaners use potentially problematic ingredients like chemical surfactants, chlorine bleach, and ammonia to clean surfaces — not to mention the thousands of chemicals used in conventional cleaners that haven’t been evaluated for safety. These products are non-biodegradable, irritating to the skin, eyes, and respiratory system, and they have a detrimental effect on the environment.
Probiotic cleaners use natural bacteria and essential oils to thoroughly purify your countertops, the inside of your fridge, your drains, and even your hands. Because they’re natural, the enzymes probiotics create are able to snuggle inside tiny nooks and crannies to deeply clean surfaces without harming you, your pets, or the environment.