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Green, If You Know What We Mean

Plant-based cleaning products packed with power and made with the good stuff. For cleaning up life's messes, naturally.

How it all began...

One afternoon in 2008, lifelong friends Tim Barklage and Kevin Tibbs were watching their kiddos crawl across the floor. As their toddlers’ tiny hands picked up dust, dirt, and cleaning residue, the concerned dads had a classic lightbulb moment. What if cleaning products could cut through grease, grime, and dirt without compromising on safety?

Tim, always the optimist, challenged Kevin, an innovative formulation chemist, to create a new line of plant-based, environmentally friendly cleaners that would defy expectations for safety and performance. Kevin hopped right into the lab, and BETTER LIFE was born.

Today, BETTER LIFE® products continue to challenge the way people think about natural cleaning – with plant-based power and formulas that are a natural fit for mess makers.

Plant-Powered Ingredients

Cleaners made with good stuff

BETTER LIFE products are full of natural, plant-based cleaning agents like soap bark, corn, coconut, and other natural surfactants so you can clean without compromise. They’re tough on stains, safe around kids and pets when used as directed, and deliver a powerful clean, naturally. These cleaners don’t need sulfates, dyes, or artificial fragrance to get the job done, only the good stuff!

OUR PRODUCTS ARE CLEAN BY NATURE

Plant & Mineral Based

Naturally Scented, No Harsh Fumes

Biodegradable Cleaning Ingredients

Leaping Bunny Certified: Cruelty Free, Never Tested on Animals

Made in the USA

How does BETTER LIFE stack up?

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On Green?

All cleaning agents of BETTER LIFE products come from plants.

Our products are cruelty-free, natural, have biodegradable cleaning ingredients, and are packaged in recyclable containers.

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On Safety?

With biodegradable cleaning ingredients, we're gentle on the planet. We're safe for people, pets, and surfaces, too when used as directed..

Products and ingredients that are biodegradable aren’t always safe for humans and their animal companions. Take poison ivy for example, which is natural and biodegradable. You wouldn’t bring it into your home or put it into contact with your skin. Cleaners that incorporate aggressive solvents (like alcohol) may be technically “plant-based,” but have the potential to damage some surfaces. We don’t like those ingredients, and we don’t use them!

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On Scents?

We only use essential oils or botanical extracts to create the scents for our products. We like using nature’s natural scents for a clean feeling instead of a synthetic fragrance.

Our scents are plant-based and leave your surfaces smelling clean and fresh, naturally.

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On Labeling?

At BETTER LIFE, we strive to provide transparency by providing full ingredient details on our website including the purpose of each ingredient used.

Household cleaning product manufacturers are not required to list ingredients on their packaging. It’s true! This makes it hard for people to understand and decide which products are safest for their homes. Have no fear - you can always find our most up-to-date ingredients list on our website.

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VS. Homemade Cleaners?

Our formulas are developed in-house to ensure we're creating safe products that clean efficiently without compromise.

We understand why many people feel that homemade cleaners are the best choice for their families. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to perform the necessary performance and safety testing on these products. Ineffective formulas will cause you to work harder with fewer results.

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VS. Disinfectants?

BETTER LIFE products naturally clean by physically removing germs from surfaces or objects.

When used correctly, disinfectants will kill germs on surfaces or objects by using chemicals. Our natural cleaning products remove germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects. This lowers the number of germs and the risk fo spreading infection.

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