You might refill water bottles, keep a reusable straw handy and avoid plastic shopping bags, but what about those plastic bottles of cleaning fluid you buy and throw away all the time? Cleaning products are a huge contributor to the world’s plastic pollution. Now, JAWS is helping fight that problem. This is the Just Add Water system and it just might change the way you clean.

Three refillable cleaning bottles in colors, from left to right: pink, light blue, green, dark blue

JAWS cleaner is streak-free, eco-friendly and can be used to clean many surfaces and areas of your home. Best of all, the spray bottles can be refilled and reused. There’s also a huge variety of scents available. Try the fabulous lavender multi-purpose cleaner, the glass cleaner, the orange cinnamon kitchen cleaner or the lemon lime hardwood floor cleaner. Try the foaming bathroom cleaner, granite cleaner or maybe the daily shower cleaner. The disinfectant cleaner kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

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A graphic showing how to fill the bottle, reload and reuse it

Here’s how it works: fill the bottle with tap water, pop in a JAWS refill pod of the cleaning product you desire and twist on the spray top. Now you’re ready to clean. When the bottle is empty, repeat the entire process. It actually takes longer to describe the process than doing it.

A JAWS cleaning kit featuring containers in rainbow colors with rainbow colored cleaning wipes

Moreover, you don’t need to shake the mixture to blend it and you can use water at any temperature. All the JAWS cleaning formulas are biodegradable and nontoxic. JAWS products are not tested on animals and all products are made in Toledo, Ohio.

Clear JAWS bottles with a stack of cleaning wipes

Furthermore, there’s no need to measure, mix or stress out. It’s just a simple, quick way to get good cleaning solution without adding a bunch of plastic pollution to the environment. That’s what JAWS is all about: solving a serious environmental problem without making people change their daily lives.


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