The Good Housekeeping Seal

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We are proud to announce four of the product lines in our new and improved cleaning collection have earned the Good Housekeeping Seal! This seal has served as a symbol of trust and reliability for millions of consumers since 1909 and we are thrilled to be able to participate.

The Good Housekeeping Seal

Today’s consumers are faced with an abundance of products that make a huge number of claims. The goal of the Good Housekeeping Seal is to offer consumers the guidance they need to make smart purchases. The Good Housekeeping Institute tests thousands of products each year from categories such as automotive, household, beauty, clothing, cleaning tools and more.

These new cleaning products were extensively evaluated by Good Housekeepingโ€™s team of chemists and engineers in the Good Housekeeping Institute labs to ensure the products performed as expected. The team spent weeks doing in-lab tests, vetting third-party testing and reviewing additional metrics to validate product performance and efficacy.

After a rigorous review, these four product lines earned the coveted Good Housekeeping Seal:

Be sure to keep a lookout for our feature in the November issue of Good Housekeeping!

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