Clean Ethics Introduces Safer Cleaning with Bottle Bright
Clean Ethics, a manufacturer of environmentally and people friendly cleaning products, introduces Bottle Bright, an effervescent tablet designed to effectively clean a variety of drinking containers.
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Clean Ethics Introduces Effective Cleaning That Is Safer For People and The Environment
Debut Product Bottle Bright Changes the Way to Clean Drinking Containers
BURLINGTON, VT (October 2, 2012) — Clean Ethics, a manufacturer of environmentally friendly cleaning products, introduces Bottle Bright, an effervescent tablet designed to effectively clean a variety of drinking containers. The unique formula cleans and removes stubborn stains and odors without the use of harsh chemicals. Made in the U.S.A., exclusively non-toxic, biodegradable and chlorine-free, Bottle Bright is designed to work on all surfaces.
Bottle Bright is safe, easy to use and ideal for hard to clean water bottles, travel mugs, hydration packs and water jugs. Packaged with recycled, recyclable and biodegradable materials, Bottle Bright retails for $11.95 and is available online at www.cleanethics.com and through select stores nationwide.
â€œMany people don’t realize just how dirty and unsanitary their mugs and water bottles are,â€ according to Justin Koehneke, co-founder of Clean Ethics. â€œCleaning with soap and water often isn’t enough to get rid of the built-up grime. Other methods like bleach are harmful to you and the environment. Bottle Bright’s effervescent tablets offer a better way to remove stains and odors in everyday containers.â€
Clean Ethics creates uniquely formulated non-toxic and biodegradable cleaners for drinking containers and beverage systems. Clean Ethics’ products offer safe, effective cleaning with minimal impact to the environment and maximum benefit to the consumer. Recognizing that the problem of dirty water containers extends worldwide, Clean Ethics’ charitable initiative, Clean In Kind, donates Bottle Bright to people in developing countries. www.cleanethics.com, 802.264.1916, firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook (www.facebook.com/CleanEthics), Twitter @cleanethics.