I’m all about efficient and versatile products so the more I learn about Branch Basics the more of a fan I become. Have you ever heard of a cleanser that is so effective that you can use it on everything from your stove to your face!?! I hadn’t either but this is it folks.
Also, since we have a baby on the way I’m really into products that are not full of chemicals. I love that Branch Basics is not only non-toxic, but human-safe, which means not harmful if accidentally swallowed and not irritating to eyes and skin so it is perfect for everyone… I love that I can easily pronounce every single one of the seven ingredients with ease.
Eliminate Products by Streamlining
Branch Basics outperforms virtually all home and body cleaning products so this means 100’s of products can be eliminated. Which is completely awesome. By using such a versatile product you get to simplify your mind and life and you get to streamline the way you clean both your home and body.
How many times have you bought cleaners like stain removers, mildew/mold cleaners and jewelry cleaners only to use them once or at the most intermittently? These various cleaners take up space, and waste money since they’re used so infrequently.
Cost Breakdown of Concentrates
The strength of the cleanser (and ultimately the cost of the product) is completely dependent on how much you dilute the product.
Branch Basics comes in 3 concentrate sizes: 32 oz, 128 oz (gallon) and a 5-gallon pail. Although the go-to dilution is 1:5 (1 part Branch Basics and 5 parts water) for virtually all cleaning jobs, it’s actually highly encouraged to dilute even more since Branch Basics is just as effective. (Cleaning streak-prone surfaces have been shown to work at a 1:500 dilution!) And, of course, this saves money: at a 1:10 dilution, the price is cut in half!
The 32 oz concentrate (retail: $27.50) is the least economical, however it still makes 6 All-Purpose spray bottles (32 oz) once diluted, each costing $4.58. At the And Then We Saved 20% discount (use coupon code ATWS20), each bottle comes down to $3.66.
The Branch Basics gallon (retail: $83.68) which is the most popular product, makes 24 All-Purpose spray bottles (32 oz) once diluted, each costing $3.49. With the And Then We Saved 20% discount, each bottle comes down to $2.79.
The Branch Basics 5-gallon pail (retail: $355.05 is the ULTIMATE SAVINGS. It makes 120 All-Purpose spray bottles (32 oz) once diluted, each costing $2.96. With the And Then We Saved 20% discount, each bottle comes down to $2.37. This is more than enough to clean an average family’s home for one year.
For tough cleaning projects you mix the Branch Basics cleanser concentrate 1:1. This covers: ovens, bathtub mats, drains, it works as a heavy degreaser, furniture refinisher, odor and stain remover, it removes oil spills and spots, and it even removes permanent marker.
For more all-purpose types of cleaning projects you mix the cleanser concentrate 1:5. This covers: all of your appliances, countertops (granite, marble, and tile), dishes, oven, pots and pans, refrigerator, sink, your stinky disposal, stove, bathtub, stubborn soap scum, toilets, bikes, cars and boats, diaper pails (yay!) dry erase boards, engines, exercise equipment, garage floors, grills, high chairs, jewelry, patio furniture, tires, toys, and even yoga mats. Interested in making the face wash I mentioned? It’s a simple 1:3 ratio in the foamer.
It does sound too good to be true, but after seeing how well Branch Basics works, I’m excited for you to try this versatile and effective green cleanser. It’s completely changed how I clean.
Get 20% off by going to Branch Basics and enter coupon code: ATWS20 (Good until the end of October!)
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Well it sounds amazing but in my spending diet this product would definetly fall in the want category. Ill just stick to vinegar and baking soda for now “)