This post was sponsored by Art of Green® and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Art of Green: A Clean You Can Feel Good About
As you all know, my family, (which includes Baxter, our Shih Tzu) is very important to me. But living with my husband, a teenage son, and a dog (who happens to be a male, by the way) can be a real mess.
A mess times three.
The kind of messes only guys can make.
My four-legged child is like a perpetual toddler. Unfortunately, I have never been able to teach him to pick up or clean up after himself.
We’ve had a lot of rain and Baxter tracks in mud all the time. Not to mention he had a little tummy issue the other day and threw up… in my office. Yay me.
Having a cleaner that is safe to use around kids and pets is important to me.
Lucky for me, the Art of Green Citrus & White Flowers wipes not only cleaned up the dog’s mess but left a citrusy clean smell in my office. So, no harm, no foul.
Speaking of scents, I’m not sure which scent I love most, the Citrus & White Flowers or the Lavender Eucalyptus?
Affordable “Green” Cleaners
I love the affordability of Art of Green cleaning products. But most of all, I love that there are no harsh chemicals in the Art of Green products. They are non-toxic and since I suffer from contact dermatitis, I’m especially fond of the fact that Art of Green is safe for sensitive skin.
The Art of Green Multisurface Spray is perfect for messy cleanups in the kitchen and bathroom. And let me tell you, a teenage boy’s bathroom puts Art of Green to work… which is how I know Art of Green is a high-quality cleaner.
I keep Art of Green wipes in the car for cleanups, too, because I hate using toxic chemicals in an enclosed space like a car. The wipes are convenient to take anywhere!
If you want a good cleaner that is affordable and safe to use around pets and kids, then you will definitely want to grab Art of Green.
You can find Art of Green at one of these stores:
- Target stores and on Target.com
- Sprouts Market
During October and November, Art of Green will be hosting a sweepstakes where you can share your real life mess situation.