Whether it’s fighting the grime on the kitchen floor, taking out the toxins in the shower or pummeling the bad stuff floating in the world, Method are people against dirty® All of Method’s products are made with naturally derived, biodegradable ingredients that deliver a deep, non-toxic clean.
® is a friendly company — people friendly, home friendly, environmentally friendly…and they never test on animals.
Method cleaners are powerful formulas made with naturally derived surfactants that work by absorbing dirt rather than chemically degrading it. Method’s greenskeeping team (aka environmental scientists and toxicologists), ensures that their products are not only highly innovative, but also highly effective.
Cleaning can be a chore, but dangerous chemicals and toxins can make it a real pain. Stinging eyes, burning lungs and headaches aren't just unfortunate side effects of a well-kept home. They're warning signs. That's your body telling you, "Don't use this. This is bad for you." That's why Method's entire product line is both people- and pet-friendly, specially formulated to put the hurt on dirt without harming a hair on you or your loved ones' heads.
If you want to clean up the environment, start with your own. Method cleaning formulas contain biodegradable ingredients derived from natural materials like soy, coconut and palm oils. Their packaging is made from the most readily recyclable materials. Method’s CO2 emissions from employee commute and travel are offset with carbon credits and the energy used in our manufacturing sites and our office is from renewable energy credits.
When they were figuring out how to package their products, they enlisted world-renowned designer Joshua Handy to sculpt some of the “finest pieces of recyclable plastic art this side of MoMA”.
Some companies might think that ammonia or bleach is the fragrance of clean. At Method, they’re for flowers. Also fruit. Maybe an herb here or there. They’ve noticed that some home products lead to rapid breath-holding and window-opening. But no one holds their breath while slicing a grapefruit. So they’ll stick with that.