WATER SOLUBLE SACHETS
Antibacterial Starter Pack 5 for £10
Shower Cleaner Starter Pack 5 for £15
Starter Pack 5 for £10
These packs contain all the essentials for a plastic free cleaning routine.
THE PLASTIC PROBLEM
Why say no to single use? The climate crisis gets closer to home and feels more real every year. We know sustainable changes need to be made and made fast. This is why we started developing, producing, marketing and selling plastic free cleaning products.
One bottle; zero waste. With our earth-kind, plastic free, water soluble sachets, we eliminate single use plastics from your household cleaning. Simply refill and reuse your existing bottle.
How it works
1. DROP your sachet into your labelled reusable bottle
2. FILL your bottle with lukewarm tap water (your instruction leaflet will tell you how much)
3. SHAKE it up and watch the sachet dissolve to create your cleaning product
4. REPEAT over and over again. Keep the same bottle and just add a new sachet each time. Subscribe to ensure you never run out. One bottle; zero waste
What our customers say
I’ve been using Iron & Velvet products for a while now, and totally recommend them. I use the kitchen and bathroom anti-bac, floor cleaner and glass cleaner – all smell gorgeous, and best of all, of course – zero plastic!
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Not only is it great to be able to re-use the containers already in my home, but the products are really good too! Thank you for making it so easy to switch. 👏🏽
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I ordered the 5 for £10! Super impressed. Speedy service, no plastic packaging in sight! Easy to follow instructions! Very excited and will be telling all my friends about these!
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I was a bit sceptical about these sachets of cleaning products at first, I’m now on my second order. I put mine in cleaned out spray bottles and use the labels provided. They are easy to make up and give excellent cleaning results. They also smell fab. 💚🌍 Definitely using Iron and Velvet from now on. No plastic, No animal testing and better for the environment. What’s not to like?
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