Green Shield Organic - Surface Wipes Fresh Mint - 35 Wipes
Green Shield Organic Surface Wipes Fresh Mint gives you that convenience of grabbing a wipe to tackle those small household messes. Free from ammonia, alcohol, and caustic ingredients, Green Shield Organic's Surface Wipes are derived from natural, renewable, and sustainable resources and won't leave any residue on your hard surfaces. The Fresh Mint fragrance is perfect for every room in your home!
- Zero synthetic preservatives
- Zero GMO's
- Zero harsh chemicals
- Biodegradable package
- Made in the USA
Frequently Asked Questions
Can the all-purpose kitchen/bathroom cleaner be used on [Fill in the Blank]?
Granite Countertops - Yes, as long as the countertop is properly sealed with polyurethane. Use on natural stone can cause etching.
Travertine - Yes, as long as the countertop is properly sealed with polyurethane. Use on natural stone can cause etching.
Marble - Yes, on marble that is sealed. If it is unsealed, it can cause etching and discoloration.
Hardword Floors - Yes, as long as it is sealed. Recommended use is spot cleaning rather than all over mopping.
Stainless Steel - Yes.
Metal Trim in a Shower - Yes.
Grout - It really depends on the mixutre of grout. A good quality grout would do just fine with Green Shield's cleaners. Inexpensive grout can cause a little bit of etching over time. Best advice would be to use it by spraying on and wiping off immediately (don't let the product set).
Acrylic - Yes.
Ceramic - Yes.
Laptops - Yes. We do not recommend using the product on computer screens, but you can use on the hard plastic parts of the computer (case, keyboard, etc.). Be careful when cleaning around the ports and other circuit connections.
Fiberglass Showers - Yes.
Porcelain Tubs and Toilets - Yes.
Corian - Yes. Do not allow the cleaner to dry on the surface. Spray and wipe thoroughly to complete dry.
Do the products contain fulfites or sulfates?
What is glycerin?
A derivative of plant fat.
Are the products tested on animals?
Are the products gluten free? What is Green Shield Organic's vinegar source?
Acetic Acid or just plain vinegar is distilled, and, there, is gluten-free. Distilled vinegar can be distilled from wheat, corn, potatoes, beets, wood, apples, beets and sugar cane and many other things. Acetic Acid made in the USA is NOT made from wheat, but instead is made from corn, potatoes, wood and sugar cane. Greenshield Organic utilizes Acetic Acid distilled from sugar cane. Even though sugar cane is a grass plant and therefore a distant relative to the gluten grains wheat, barley and rye, it does not contain the gluten protein.
About Green Shield Organics
Green Shield organic, a division of Greenology Products, Inc. was created by a dad on a mission to protect families from the harmful chemicals found in most cleaning products. The Green Shield Organic brand manufactures the leading line of USDA Certified Organic Laundry Detergents, Sprays, and Specialty Cleaners in the country. They are on a mission to make healthy cleaning products that perform and are available at competitive prices, while also manufacturing in the USA!
Greenology is the Science of Environmentally Safe Cleaning. Their chemistry can trace it's origins to the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska. Sea Otters, Harbor Seals, Birds & other Wild Life were cleaned with Green Shield Organic's safe, oil removing chemistries.
Motivated by those brief moments of ecological success, today, they are an even more determined company, focused on raising the bar of standards in the industry.