Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Carribean Mist Products: Time To Bring Home The Tropics!

I want to give you, my dear readers, the heads up on a very interesting company I recently came across in my travels.

Check out a little bit of the company history and philosophy from their website:

"Carribean Mist is a high-quality product that is natural, safe and effective. It is more affordable than other name-brand, non-toxic products allowing all households to clean with products that are safer for their family and the environment.

In 1988, B&B Products, the inventor of Carribean Mist, began as a small, minority-owned manufacturing company specializing in industrial and household cleaning products. After 17 years, B&B Products continues to be the only African-American owned company to manufacture cleaning products for store shelves. Eventually, B&B Products expanded its line of products with the invention of a 3 in 1 air and fabric freshener and odor eliminator.

In addition, because there is so much pollution that destroys our world everyday, we felt the need to help protect the earth for our children and families like us by manufacturing all natural, non-toxic detergents and household cleaning products. When creating these environmentally safe products, we ensured that we created highly concentrated, safe products that were affordable to every family who is interested in a healthy living environment and a cleaner earth."

Pretty cool, huh?

They have everything from products for the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry to all purpose cleaning products and products to refresh your fabrics.

The website has a great feature where you can enter your address and find stores in your area that carry Carribean Mist products.  Go here to try it out for yourself!  You can also access some really great articles about other eco-friendly companies and initiatives there as well.

Tell me - Have you ever used any Carribean Mist products?  What did you think?

Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post but I was entered into a contest for writing it.

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