Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder
Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder
Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder
Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder
Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder
Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder

Earthy Edith's Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder

Sale price$16.99
Size: 10oz in Stainless Steel Shaker

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Is your carpet starting to stink? Don't spend tons of money on a bulky carpet cleaning device – just use the Natural Carpet Cleaning Powder from Earthy Edith's! This natural cleaning product is made from non-toxic ingredients like organic essential oils and baking soda, and is specially designed to absorb odors in your carpet and neutralize them. The abrasive nature of baking soda also breaks down and scours grease and grime, cleaning while it refreshes. With a light and clean scent from lemon essential oils, this carpet cleaning powder comes in a reusable stainless steel dispenser and refills are available. Plus, the Earthy Edith's factory in America is zero waste – and uses reusable and recyclable materials in nearly every step of production!
Family Business
This product is made by a family-owned business. EarthHero loves to support and empower businesses built around strong family values.

Made in the USA
This product was made in the United States. Buying locally made items helps to reduce harmful emissions that result from transportation during and after the production process. Purchasing products made in the United States also ensures that the items are produced in ways that meet strict safety and labor standards.

Organic Content
Organic materials and ingredients are grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers, promoting a healthier use of land and decreasing harmful agricultural runoff. By steering clear of toxic chemicals, farm workers experience less exposure to hazardous conditions, promoting social responsibility as well as environmental stewardship. Choosing organic materials eliminates the use of insecticides and other harmful chemicals, promotes efficient resource use, and results in a safer products and a cleaner planet!

Paraben Free
Parabens are synthetic chemical preservatives, commonly used in beauty products like shampoo, lotion, and deodorants. Parabens can accumulate in your body, and have been linked to hormonal disruption and reproductive problems. In studies of breast cancer patients, parabens have been found in the tissue of cancerous tumors. If you want to avoid Parabens in your beauty products, keep an eye out for methylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, and ethylparaben in the ingredients list.

Phthalate Free
Phthalates are found in toys, electronics, personal care products, plastic wraps, containers, and more. These petroleum based chemicals help soften plastics, and bind fragrances to perfumes, deodorants, creams, and other personal care products. Phthalates are are not chemically bound, meaning they can easily get released into the air, water, or your body, just by using the products as intended. Phthalates have been found to disrupt the endocrine system, which can cause reproductive damage, hormonal imbalances, infertility, mood changes, metabolism changes, and more.

Recyclable
This product contains recyclable materials. It may be recyclable with curbside recycling collections, but might need to be sent to a special recycling facility. Contact your local waste-hauler or recycling facility for details. Appropriate facilities may not exist in your area.

Sulfate Free
Sulfates are synthetic chemical ingredients commonly used in beauty products and household cleaners, like shampoos and dish soaps. You can usually identify sulfates in an ingredients list by looking out for the most common types: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLC) and Sodium Laureth Sulfates (SLES). These chemicals, often derived from petroleum, are used to help form the “lather” we’re used to seeing in our beauty and cleaning products. When used in the shower or sink, these chemicals can flow through the pipes and into our waterways. Synthetic sulfates have been linked to allergic reactions, eye and skin irritation, and hair loss, and some studies suggest they contain carcinogenic ingredients.