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Product Highlight: Whip-It


Whip-It is the cleaner, deodorizer, stain remover, and degreaser you’ve been waiting for. Not only is it natural and environmentally friendly, but it also has the cleaning strength that you usually only find in the most toxic cleaners and detergents. Seems too good to be true? I promise it isn’t! Here are the top 3 reasons to switch to Whip-It today.


1)With over 500 uses, it’s safe to use on glass, carpet, vinyl, wood, tile, flooring, metal, plastic, fiberglass, fabrics, walls, and upholstery. Keep in mind that Whip-It is most effective when put on stains as soon as possible. Make sure to check out their FAQ page for more specifics on Whip-It’s many applications.

2)It’s made from 100% natural, plant based, and biodegradable products. This makes Whip-It safe to use around your children and pets. Take a look at the ingredients:

a.Eucalyptus Essential Oil: a fantastic disinfectant that smells great!

b.Corn: an activator and stabilizer that is made from petroleum-free and 100% eco-friendly corn.

c.Lemon & Lime: the degreasing agent! Another safe and effective component of Whip-It that is made from naturally derived Sweet Orange and citrus by-products.

d.Salt: a safe and natural brightening agent.

3)It’s cruelty and SLS free. Animals go through horrendous testing so beauty and cleaning products can be put on the market. Whip-It has a firm no testing on animal’s policy and are a PETA-approved company.

SLS (Sodium lauryl sulphate) can be found in almost anything (cleaning products, soaps, toothpaste, body wash etc.). Yet, SLS has been found to cause skin irritation and allergic reactions. You can trust that Whip-It will always be SLS free.

~How to Use Whip-It ~

1)Whip-It is a full strength cleaner, so ensure you dilute accordingly. Dilution will differ depending on what you’re cleaning. Make sure to follow the directions on the label.

2)Terrycloths are great for absorption, while microfiber cloths are fantastic for mirrored or glass surfaces.

3)Simply spray the area, wipe with the appropriate cloth, and stains be gone! Take a look at Whip-It Tips for more details.

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