6 Eco-Friendly Cleaning Brands Doing Good For The Planet

Kira Simpson

Most conventional cleaning products available at the supermarkets are full ingredients you really don’t want in your home or washing down the drain.

If you’re not into DIY there’s a whole host of excellent natural eco-friendly cleaning brands doing good things for the planet.

Here are just a few of our favourites.

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Natural Eco-friendly Cleaning Products

1. Method

Since 2001, method has worked to make the world a cleaner, greener, more colourful place. method makes beautifully designed personal and home care products that are as mindful of the planet as they are tough on dirt.

“Our powerful, planet-friendly cleaning products handle big messes beautifully. so leave the cleanup to us.”

method has a complete range of eco-friendly cleaning and body products from dish soaps and shower sprays to hand soaps and body wash. The products smell amazing without being overpowering and use gentle but effective plant-based ingredients.

The range is available at Coles, Woolworths, and Big W stores around Australia.

Natural Eco-friendly Cleaning Products

2. Koala Eco

Australian made and all-natural Koala Eco make affordable cleaning products that are safe for your family and kinder to the environment.

Using natural essential oils found in Australian native plants, the plant-based oils evoke the smells and feeling of walking through the bush.

“A botanical treasure trove with an extraordinary range of native plants celebrated for their cleansing and therapeutic properties.”

The bottles are made from 100% recycled and recyclable packaging and for every bottle sold they donate a percentage to the charity One Percent for the Planet.

Shop the range here

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3. Ecostore

This New Zealand based natural cleaning brand has been making it easier for people to live greener since 1993.

“We believe small actions can add up to a big difference. ecostore was founded on the idea that safer products can add up to a healthy home and a better world. That started with small change in one home.”

Their bottles are made from a renewable source, are 100% recyclable and remove carbon from the atmosphere.

If you’re lucky enough to live in NZ, ecostore offer refills in their stores so you can reuse your packaging or byo bottles. They’re also available in Coles and Woolworths Australia-wide.

Shop the range online here

Natural Eco-friendly Cleaning Products

4. resparkle

Looking for high performing natural cleaning products minus the plastic?

resparkle have recently released a new range of kits with a very aesthetic silicone covered glass bottles that come with sachets of the concentrated products. Just add hot water to activate the concentrate and you’ve got a fresh new bottle of product. From handwash to laundry liquid they’ve got your covered.

“We want a plastic-free future for our families. To help us get there, all we need is 10,000 Aussie homes saying ‘yes!’ to sustainable cleaning.”

Shop the range here

Natural Eco-friendly Cleaning Products

5. Earth Choice

Need an affordable and eco-friendly and gentle cleaning solution? Look no further than Earth Choice. The range is designed to be multipurpose so you can cut back on packaging while you save money.

For the low price point, their products are surprisingly effective. The full product range uses plant and mineral-based ingredients and is accredited as cruelty-free by CCF (Choose Cruelty-Free).

Available in Coles, Woolworths, and Chemist Warehouse.

Kin Kin Natural Cleaning Products

6. Kin Kin

This Queensland family-owned brand is passionate about making natural cleaning products using locally sourced ingredients.

“If we don’t trust an ingredient with our own children’s skin or our own backyard, then we don’t use it.”

Dad Felix is PhD-qualified formulator, who used to work for OMO, and now uses his expertise to create gentle but effective formulations. The range uses coconut and mineral-based formulas making them biodegradable and garden, greywater, and septic-friendly. They also come in bulk sizes to help you reduce packaging.

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Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is a sustainability advocate, climate optimist and founder, and editor of The Green Hub. Her own sustainable living journey began five years ago when she realised our choices matter. What we eat, where we shop, what we wear, how we live, these choices have the power to shape the kind of world we want to live in. Since launching The Green Hub in 2016 she has grown the blog to become a platform for sustainable fashion and conscious living helping people make lifestyle choices which are kinder to the planet.