Target Is Making Its Own Line Of Cleaning Products
The product line includes laundry detergent, paper towels, hand and face wipes, multi-purpose cleaner and more!
There’s a ton of reasons Target is the favorite store of many shoppers. Aside from the fact that their decor would look good in anyone’s home, you can also get pretty much anything you need there, from furniture to clothing and, in most Target stores, even groceries.
And now you can find even more at your local Target with the store introducing their very own cleaning products. Called Everspring, the line includes more than 70 household essential items with ingredients and components that are derived from plants or other renewable materials. Target says in a press release that the products are “a down-to-earth solution that is up to Earth’s standards.”
The product line includes everyday items families use throughout their homes, like laundry detergent, paper towels, hand and face wipes, multi-purpose cleaner and more. Target currently lists 29 items in the collection on their website and they all have some pretty unique scents, like citrus and basil, lavender and bergamot and mandarin and ginger.
There are multiple scents of liquid hand soap, each priced at $2.79 for a 10-ounce bottle. All-purpose cleaner and glass cleaner are both priced at $2.99, and you can even get granite and stone cleaner for $5.99. Target says the prices are around 20 percent less than those of comparable brands.
“Everspring is a great example of how we’re listening — and responding — to the evolving needs of our guests in a way that’s uniquely Target,” said Christina Hennington, senior vice president, general merchandise manager, Target. “Guests can feel confident they’re purchasing essentials for their home that include ingredients and components they want and have the efficacy they need to get daily routines done.”
The products arrived in stores on Earth Day, April 22, and will be available year-round. Will you be checking out Target’s new Everspring line of cleaning products?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.