Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh

Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners by Splosh

Reduce Plastic
Made in the UK
Cruelty Free
Vegan Friendly
Save Money

Alternative for: Kitchen and bathroom cleaners in plastic bottles

Splosh offers a number of biodegradable cleaning products using a system of concentrated refill pouches which significantly reduces single-use plastic waste. Each concentrated refill pouch provides enough solution to make 3 or 4 bottles of cleaner, depending on product, by adding the correct amount of water at home. The range includes kitchen cleaner, floor cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner and bathroom cleaner.

Packaging: Refills are packaged in plastic pouches. Shipped in cardboard boxes.

End of Life: Empty refills pouches can be returned by Freepost to Splosh for recycling in the original cardboard packaging. You can fit at least 4 pouches in one box, so the other cardboard boxes can be recycled. The boxes are sent with return label stickers making it easy to return, but then you are left with the label backing paper which isn't recyclable.

 Recommended by Isabel M.

"Switching to Splosh for kitchen and bathroom cleaners is one of the easiest ways to reduce plastic waste without compromising on cleaning performance. It takes a bit more time to refill a bottle compared to just opening a new one, but otherwise this is a really simple system if making your own isn't for you."

Advantages...

  • Reduces plastic waste by 90%, compared to bottled products
  • Concentrated refill pouches are small enough to be delivered through your letter box and have free delivery
  • Ingredients are non-toxic and mainly plant-derived
  • Plastic pouches can be returned to Splosh for recycling 
  • Suitable for Vegans
  • Leaping Bunny certified

Disadvantages...

  • Plastic pouches
  • The Spearmint & Melon bathroom cleaner is very pink so you need to rinse well especially when cleaning white tiles

Costs...

  • The refill system can save you money
  • For example: Splosh bathroom cleaner refill is 24.8p per 100ml (once the correct dilution is done at home) verses 36.2p per 100ml for non-toxic bathroom cleaner by Method which comes in a plastic bottle

Where to Buy...

Buy directly from Splosh

It is possible to just order the refills - you don't have to buy the reusable bottles from Splosh.

Tips...

  • When placing your first order Splosh encourages you to order their reusable bottles, but it is possible to just order the concentrated refill pouches and use a bottle you already own. There are details of dilution ratios on the Slopsh FAQ page

This information is provided as a guide only and is accurate to the best of our knowledge.

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