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Ecoleaf Toilet Cleaner - Eco-Friendly

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Ecoleaf Toilet Cleaner 750ml - Eco-friendly £2.23
Ecoleaf Toilet Cleaner - Eco-Friendly

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Ecoleaf is a relatively new range of cleaning products, derived from plant extracts. Based on biodegradable ingredients, they are safe for the environment. All ingredients are from sustainable sources.


Effective yet gentle, Ecoleaf Toilet Cleaner is produced from plant materials from sustainable sources and is fully biodegradable. Made in the UK and certified by both the Vegan Society and the BUAV (British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection). These containers are fully recyclable.


This product is Vegan.


VAT chargeable at the standard rate.


Ingredients of Ecoleaf Toilet Cleaner:


Water > 30%, plant derived non ionic surfactants <5%, contains natural fragrance, preservative,  Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate. d-limonene.


Directions: Squeeze a small amount around the toilet bowl and flush.


Safety: Avoid contact with eyes, if contact occurs flush with plenty of water. Always keep your washing and cleaning products out of children's reach. If swallowed seek mediucal advice.


Suma is a workers' cooperative managed and owned by its workers based in Bradford.


BUAV, Vegan


Made in the UK

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