Hands up for less plastic. The mini pack for those who like to get their hands dirty. Then clean again. All without the plastic and waste guilt.
Ships every 4, 8 or 12 weeks.
Why ship water when you’re perfectly capable of using a tap?
Our powders have been scientifically formulated for maximum efficacy, and rapid dissolve.
Being light, dissolvable powders in neat home compostable packs means they’re much less carbon intensive to freight to you, and to dispose of. Plus, we're certified carbon-negative by CarbonClick.
They’re small, easy to transport & store, and create zero waste (unlike all of those nasty plastic supermarket brand bottles…).
We don’t suggest feeding them to the kids, but WildCleaners are cruelty-free, plant-based and contain no toxic ingredients, because you actually don’t need all those chemicals (ya Great granma did just fine with vinegar and a wire brush).
This one was tough to crack, but worth the effort. Every bit of WildClean packaging (boxes and sachets) is compostable at home, which means zero downstream landfill waste.
Our starter kits are put together by the amazing crew at a non-profit social enterprise that exists to provide work for people with disabilities here in Aotearoa.
Made from the fatty acids of coconut oil, sodium coco sulfate is a surfactant that allows water and oil to mix. It creates a rich foam and cleanses hair and skin, dissolving dirt and grease effectively and leaving skin soft and clean. Sodium coco sulfate is different to sodium lauryl sulfate, which strips skin of natural oils.
A perfectly safe preservative added to many personal care and packaged food products to prolong shelf life. Though sodium benzoate doesn't occur naturally, benzoic acid is found in many plants, including cinnamon, cloves, tomatoes, berries, plums, apples, and cranberries.
Sodium citrates are used as emulsifiers for oils, enabling them to mix. In other cases, they're also used as acidity regulators in food and drinks.
We use naturally derived synthetic fragrances in all our powders, developed specifically to avoid common allergens, which interestingly, are more common in essential oils than naturally derived synthetic fragrances.
Citric acid is found naturally in citrus fruits, especially lemons and limes. It’s what gives them their tart, sour taste. It’s used as a stabilizer or preservative, and is an effective disinfectant against viruses and bacteria.
A type of carbohydrate found in brown seaweeds, algin is used as a food additive, a medicine, and also to make certain health products such as tablets, lozenges, and peel-off facial masks. It is an emulsifier, or water binding agent, used to help water bind with skin care products, and it helps your skin readily absorb the water and moisturizing agents contained in a gel, cream, or ointment.
Sorbitol is a type of carbohydrate called a sugar alcohol, or polyol. It is a water-soluble compound found naturally in some fruits, including apples, apricots, dates, berries, peaches, plums, and figs, and is used to preserve moisture.
MCT stands for Medium Chain Triglycerides (or fatty acids). They occur naturally, especially in coconuts, and among other things have tremendous dietary health benefits. In the context of cleaners MCT Oil is extremely effective for removing congealed and sticky substances from surfaces.
Plastic-negative means that through our partnership with rePurpose.global we fund the removal of twice as much plastic waste from nature as we use in our bottles (which are already made from reclaimed waste plastic). So for every product purchased, WildClean enables the removal of low-value plastic waste that would otherwise be landfilled or flushed into the oceans every year.
It really couldn’t be simpler: we deliver you powerful, scientifically formulated, dissolvable, non-toxic cleaners, in home compostable packaging, with ‘forever’ bottles made from up-cycled waste plastic!
Actually, no! But subscribing to refills will save you 15% on your recurring orders. You'll never run out, and you can modify, bring forward, pause or cancel your subscription any time before your order ships using your Wild account. We'll charge you at the same time your recurring order ships, and we'll even remind you before it all happens, so you can modify your order to suit.
No problem at all. You can cancel at any time.
We've set your choice of delivery frequency to keep freight, and carbon emissions, to a minimum. You can choose to have your order delivered every 4, 8 or 12 weeks, and increase the number of refills in your order if you need refills more often than that. We encourage you to order more refills, less frequently if you can, to reduce carbon emissions. Our refills are small, so super easy to store in a drawer or a repurposed container while they await their debut.
We totally get that! It can be hard to estimate your use. No issue - if you run out early simply order up a pack for immediate delivery. You can choose to either bring your next order forward, or bundle the interim order with your next one so that you receive them together and avoid the risk of running out again.
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