Green Shield Organic Review

Green Shield Organic Review & Giveaway

As I have mentioned before my family and I have been living more earth conscious and using products that are better for us and our planet. So we have been searching for earth friendly and organic products that suit us best. I recently had the pleasure of trying Green Shield Organics cleaning products from Greenology Products Inc. I tried three products and they were Green Shield Organic Kitchen Cleaner, Green Shield Organic Biodegradable Surface Wipes and Green Shield Organic Elite Care Lavender Laundry Soap. One thing I noticed right away was that all of their products are biodegradable and they also use recycled packaging whenever available.

Green Shields Organics also:

  • Never tests on animals
  • Cleaners are made with antimicrobial cleansers which kill odor causing bacteria
  • Laundry products can be used in any kind of washer including high efficiency
  • sustainable ingredients
  • Prevents growth of more odor causing bacteria
  • non-toxic
  • hypo-allergenic
  • non-volatile
  • made with the utmost concern for people,pets and our planet

So I tried the kitchen cleaner and loved the way it cleaned and didn’t leave any harsh strong smelling odors. I really disliked the strong smelling odors from cleaners because they almost always give me a headache. I didn’t like the smell of the kitchen cleaner once it dried. It was not harsh just unpleasant to me. I noticed right away a vinegar smell which didn’t bother me because I use vinegar all the time to clean. But the smell left behind is not something I would want company to smell. Besides the smell like I said it did a really great job and cleaned well.

I really love using surface wipes for my glass dining-room table, so I decided to try the Green Shield Organic Surface Wipes on the table. I think they did a fantastic job, no streaks and they easily wiped off the food my children left behind. Again I also didn’t like the scent of the surface wipes. I would compare the smell to the kitchen cleaner and it was almost the same. But again they worked very well.

A couple of months ago my eczema started getting bad again and when my eczema flares up it is all over my body, so when this happens I usually have to buy laundry soaps that are clear and free of scents and harsh chemicals. But this is the first time I tried USDA Organic Laundry Soap and I must say it is so much less irritating then any of the products I have used to wash my clothes when I have eczema flare ups. The great part about Green Shield Organic that I love the most is that I don’t have to buy an unscented laundry soap just because my eczema flared up.

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Also Green Shield Organic has a brand new product, called Motherload Laundry Station. It’s a 3-in-1 laundry station. In this one package there is 200 oz. Of liquid laundry detergent, 200 dryer sheets, and a stain stick. It can easily be carried to and from the laundry room or kept safely on the shelf. All made from organic ingredients and 95% of the package is recyclable. This is the perfect package to grab before school starts. The Laundry Station is available at Lowe’s Home Improvement, nationwide. ( (source

A little about Green Shield Organic (Source – Green Shield Organic Facebook Page)

Our Mission is to provide your Family, Friends & Pets, Coworkers & Customers and Future Generations with a sanitary living environment and clean indoor air quality, by providing you with products that are made with the utmost concern and consideration for People, Pets and our precious Planet!

We have chosen to create and deliver a terrific collection of products that are Organically produced, because Organic production demands the highest standards….and we require our chemistry team meet those standards.Our Goal is to continually strive to deliver high performance, Human-Safe products that get the job done, while eliminating or minimizing negative environmental effects. We ensure that while we create commerce, it is not done so at the expense of our precious ecology.Our promise toward maintaining a sustainable environment means that we will, whenever possible, eliminate any risk of ecological erosion. This includes using organically grown ingredients, ensuring biodegradability, using recycled packaging and creating smaller packaging footprints, as often as possible. ~ Green Shield Organics
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Disclosure I received Green Shield Organics products for free and some to giveaway from in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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  1. Amy Martinez says

    We recycle everything recyclable!!

  2. We recycle, reuse, cloth diaper, Freecycle, barter, and make many of our own cleaning products.

  3. recycle!

  4. Denise Weatherly says

    We recyle cans, papers, plastic lids, plastic.

  5. amy linderman says

    re-purposing old items, not taking plastic bags at the store

  6. We use cloth diapers, cloth wipes, make our own soap, vinegar to clean, rags instead of paper towels, rain barrel for our garden, hang clothes out to dry, reusable bags and recycle what ever we can 🙂

  7. Holly Thomas says

    We recycle and re-use plastic bags.

  8. My primary cleaning supply list includes: lemons, salt & vinegar

  9. jen durant says

    we use energy saver light bulbs and try to have energy star appliances to cut back 🙂

  10. Anita Leibert says

    We are recycling daily and trying to be more aware of green products.

  11. Diana Beatty says

    I try not to waste paper towels only use them if necessary. I try to wash as many clothes at one time and try to use the 25 minute wash cycle to save on energy and water. I don’t use paper cups at home I use washable cups and glasses. I take my reusable drinking bottle with me when I need to take a drink from home. If i have to go somewhere I try to use as little gas as possible by knowing where I am going and the least amount of time it will take to get from on destination to another

  12. naomi winkel says

    I make my own laundry soap and fabric softener. I walk around town instead of driving. I try to reuse things like milk jugs made into watering cans, and many others. I also buy used clothes at the thrift store or garage sales.

  13. My family uses recycled bags when grocery shopping. We buy clothing at second hand stores. At home try to conserve water by watering plants on a timer and taking quick showers.

  14. Jenifer Lingenfelter says

    We recycle and we reuse any containers we can. We also shop at thrift stores and buy our clothes second hand.

  15. rachel rohde says

    we recycle everything that is recyclable.

  16. We use organic dishwasher detergent and we always try to buy organic foods and products as much as possible. Instead of using harsh drain cleaners in our sinks we pour boiling water down instead–it does the trick!

  17. Paige Kelley says

    We recycle and always use green products

  18. If it can be Recycle we do

  19. Recycle our cans, use environmentally friendly cleaning products, turn lights out when we leave the room, and reuse when possible

  20. Suzy Sullivan says

    We have a garden and, we have also made small changes. Using different cloths instead of paper towels, energy efficient light bulbs, I make my own laundry soap most of the time, and we are strting a compost for our garden.

  21. We recycle, reuse shopping bags and plastic bags, and use junk mail for notepads

  22. To live a greener life we use reusable bags, and stainless steel water bottles instead of plastic disposable ones.

  23. Rocio Garcia Skinner says

    We do what we can to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

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