The Natural Method


When was the last time you got seriously excited about a line of home cleaning products?
Hmmm, how about never.

Well, the same went for us, until we came across the new-to-Canada line of products from method home and we are seriously ecstatic about it.

From San Francisco (like so many great things), method was founded by two cool dudes who somehow know that a mother’s preoccupation with “home grooming” is close to paramount. (How did such hipsters get inside the head of a mother?)

When we found out all the method products are biodegradable, non-toxic, concentrated solutions it got better. So your kids and animals are safe when you use them in your home and the environment is a friendlier place too.

(Like we said – we’re ecstatic.)

The line includes flushable bathroom surface wipes, specialty cleaners for wood, leather, glass, granite/marble and stainless steel, all-purpose cleaning sprays and wipes, a daily shower spray cleaner, dish soap, laundry soap, and hand soap. We love them all (and they really work)!

With fragrances like cucumber, lavender, grapefruit, and magnolia and fab high-style packaging (designed by Karim Rashid, Canada’s own world-renowned industrial designer), this is cleaning taken to a higher level – a spa treatment for your home.

The best thing… you too can buy method home products at Shoppers Drug Mart across Canada for not much more than what the usual toxic stuff costs.

So put some method in your madness. We’re sure your home will appreciate it.

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Available at 250 Shoppers Drug Marts across Canada



  1. claudine on August 1, 2017 at 10:41 pm

    I was looking for reviews for this brand and I found yours. Later on I wanted to check the ingredients and I found that it is not as safe as it looks. I always buy organic products and when I find new products, I search ingredient by ingredient. The least amount the better. But any toxic and synthetic ingredient is always a red flag. the idea of biodegradable is not enough. People don’t know that the term Natural doesn’t mean safe. I am including what I found for you. I hope it helps.

  2. Heather Dixon on August 2, 2017 at 6:25 am

    Thank you for this, Claudine! This content is pretty old – so we’ll be sure to update it with what you found! Much appreciated! 🙂

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