Cleaning Essentials sources the highest quality reusable cleaning containers available. Our products are made to be used over and over again. The Original Glass Cleaning Bottle and wipes container have easy to follow recipes printed right on the side. The colored glass protects the essential oils that give green cleaners their power. These guaranteed-durable containers eliminate plastic, reduce waste, and are made in the USA.

Collections of our most popular products.  Everything you need to replace almost all of the store-bought cleaners in your home. These do-it-yourself green-cleaning kits will save you money as you make your own planet-preserving cleaners. Start with a duo of durable glass spray bottles (made in the USA), or grab enough reusable recipe containers to replace all your household conventional cleaners at once!

Essential oils give homemade green cleaners their antibacterial power and pleasant, natural fragrance. We procure our essential oils only from sustainable sources, and we work closely with suppliers and distributors to ensure the purest Essential Oils for the most reasonable price.  Our citrus oils come from California and are cold-pressed to maintain their purity. Our floral Essential Oils like Lavender, Wintergreen, and Tea Tree are steam distilled to ensure no contaminants dilute the quality of the oils. All of our essential oil and blends are Organic and Certified Fair Trade.

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