I’ve just met my cleaning product of choice for life. You might have seen it on Facebook.
Ekoworx is the child of two dads, Adam and Justin, from Bondi Beach. After spotting an awesome commercial cleaning system in Japan, Adam decided to work with the clever UNSW Green Chemistry team. Months later, the Ekoworx was born – an all natural, non toxic cleaning product that really cleans.
You only have to see the before and after shots below to believe me.
Okay, so I was apprehensive at first. I didn’t think anything can get rid of the grime and scum in my oven. (As a sidenote, my oven is like that because it hasn’t been cleaned in years – because the toxic smell of the last clean really put me off).
The kit we received for review came with two Diamond Sponges. I used the Ekoworx solution with the sponge – and the grime in my kitchen almost killed my sponge. After 20 minutes of spraying and scrubbing. This was the result. Letting it soak in for 30 seconds helps lessen the scrubbing.
My husband’s comment was “Hoy Shitballs”. (Sidenote, wear gloves because the grime will go on your hands.)
There was no smell at all. The product didn’t hurt my hands. I just rinsed it with water then wiped it dry and voila! So very nice.
The thing with Ekoworx is that it is seriously a million cleaner in one – okay 20 in one is the company’s claim. But it’s just so amazing that a product you use in the oven can be used on a leather couch. Here’s the result of my off-white (it was white when we bought it) leather couch after the Ekoworx.
The mop that came with the cleaner is fantastic for around the house, especially spot cleaning for dog wees, milk spills, kids vomit or whatever. You only need to spray a bit to get a lot of surface area clean.
It is so natural that Ekoworx can even be used as fruit and vegetable cleaner.
I know right?! The product has been independently verified by AMS Laboratories to kill 99.9% bacteria, specifically eColi, Salmonella and Campylobacter.
The materials that they said you shouldn’t use it on are soft metals including zinc, aluminium and copper.
It’s all eco friendly – even the puffy packaging material is biodegradable.
Overall, we think Ekoworx is a great product. It ticks all the boxes we’re concerned about and it is very good for the price.
One lucky Her Collective reader will win an Ekoworx Mop Bundle worth $192. All you have to do is answer the question below (a paragraph will do):
What do you find the hardest to clean in your house and why?
Australian residents only. Competition ends June 4, 2017. Please see full terms and conditions.