Readers that have been with me for awhile may remember the epiphany I had regarding Clorox Anywhere a few years ago — and the subsequent DIY recipe I developed to replace it. If not, basically, I was fed up after realizing the bottle contained 99.9905% water and decided to make my own version at home.
Well, the founder of the new CleanPath line of cleaners had a similar moment of inspiration, only instead of turning to homemade substitutes, he decided to develop an entire line of refillable household cleaners. Clearly I missed my calling…
CleanPath products + the Replenish Refill System make cutting down on plastic use and saving money easy and painless. With the reusable bottle and refill pod system, you simply measure out the concentrated cleaner using the built-in measuring cup and then add tap water. Each refill pod contains enough concentrate to make three bottles of cleaner — making saving money, time and waste a cinch. Voila, give it a quick shake, and you’re ready to clean!
As you can see in the short video above, CleanPath products are so easy to use that even my 10-year-old daughter can refill a bottle. What you didn’t see in the video is that the labels on both the bottle and refill pod are easy to remove, making for an attractive, simple bottle of cleaner that has all of the cleaning power of other brands and smells amazing, too!
There are five great cleaning products in the CleanPath line: multi-surface cleaner, bathroom cleaner, glass cleaner, foaming hand soap and foaming hand sanitizer. Your initial CleanPath purchase will run about $3.58, which breaks down to about $1.20 per bottle of product. But once you have a reusable CleanPath bottle, you can purchase the refills for just $2.28, which comes out to about $0.76 per bottle. That’s an amazing price for household cleaners — all without using a single coupon! And you know how I love coupons…
You can find CleanPath concentrated cleaners and refill pods available exclusively at Walmart and online on Walmart.com.