Help reduce CO2 emissions and plastic waste by switching to soluble cleaning tablets that contain concentrated active ingredients for sustainably cleaning your home.
Most standard bottles of household cleaners contain over 90% water. Cleaning tablets are simply concentrated cleaning products in a small, space-efficient form without the water. They are eco-friendly because they reduce CO2 emissions caused by the transportation of heavy, bulky bottles and sprays by as much as 96%.
Simply unwrap the tablet, pop it into a spray bottle, add 500ml of tap water and watch it sizzle and change colour! This process can take up to 5 minutes until the tablet is completely dissolved. The result is an effective liquid cleaner that holds its cleaning power for at least 6 months.
This single Glass/Mirror Cleaning Tablet turns the water blue and has a lovely fresh sea-breeze fragrance. It is recommended for use on mirrors, windows and other glass surfaces. Not suitable for use on marble, natural stone or wood.
Produced in Scandinavia and central Europe. The tab packaging and outer packaging are made of paper so can be easily recycled in with household paper waste.
Tablet measures approximately 0.5cm high x 2cm diameter. Optimised to make 500ml of cleaning fluid.
Switching to soluble cleaning tablets is a more sustainable approach to household cleaning. They reduce CO2 emissions caused by the transportation of heavy, bulky bottles and sprays by as much as 96% and reduce the amount of plastic waste sent to landfill every day.
All Skosh products feature non-toxic and biodegradable formulas that are safe to use in family homes. However, tablets should not be swallowed, and should be kept out of the reach of babies and children.
Citric Acid (> 10%), Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate (> 10%), Maleic Acid (> 10%), Sodium Lauryl.
They realised that household cleaning products were serious offenders. Not only do disposable bottles contribute to unnecessary plastic consumption, but the products also take up space and are heavy when shipped. That seemed unnecessary when the main ingredient of cleaning products – water - is something we all already have at home in our taps.
The lads won the competition and, with the help of Lund University and leading chemists in the cleaning products industry, developed the idea into a finished product. And Skosh was born!
The name Skosh originates from Japanese, meaning "a little bit", which supports the company vision of making the world more sustainable one Skosh at the time.