Sustainable packaging and shipping for a cleaner world

The cleaning model that’s redefining cleaning

We’re revolutionizing cleaning, one refill at a time. When your cleancult glass bottles are empty, we send you a fresh supply of our coconut-based cleaning formulas, packaged in paper-based milk cartons and 100% plastic-free paper mailers. We’re the first to do it this way, and proud of it.

Paper > Plastic

We don’t need plastic, and neither do our landfills and oceans. Good thing there are tons of eco-friendly alternatives. By putting our refills in cartons and paper mailers, we reduce our plastic waste to almost zero. Hey, not bad!

Our mission: to redefine clean

Less costly for you and the planet

Not only is our refill model better for the environment, it’s also better for your wallet. Investing in our glass bottles and refills is much more cost-effective than the conventional system of buying new bottles every time you run out.

Paper mailers, not plastic ones

Our paper mailers are 100% plastic-free, padded with paper, and ready to be recycled once you’ve refilled your supply.


What's it made of

100% PAPER

Milk cartons, not plastic bottles

There’s no milk in these cartons, just our coconut-powered formula that delivers a serious clean. To learn more about recycling milk cartons, click here.


What's it made of

84% PAPER     6% ALUMINUM     10% PLASTIC

Sustainable every step of the way

It’s not enough for just our ingredients and packaging to be clean. Every step of our process should be. That’s why our shipping model is sustainable and carbon-neutral. When our cartons are sent out for filling, they ship flat. That means they take up a lot less space than conventional plastic packaging, allowing for fewer truck loads and 25x less carbon emission. Look at that invisible footprint! Except you can’t, because it’s invisible.

Ready to join the refill revolution?


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