MyClyns Food Wash #Review

Sunday, October 09, 2011 Posted by Dina N


Did you know that even organic produce can contain natural fertilizers, dirt and other residues? Of course it does - our food does not grow in zero-germ vacuum. That's why we are lucky to have running water.

Well sometimes water is not enough - and the soap I use for washing my hands or dishes just won't cut it when it comes to produce. That's why I keep a bottle of food wash at my sink. The MyClyns food wash comes in a handy 12 oz spray bottle and removes 98% more chemicals, wax and contaminants than water alone. I don't have the equipment to test that so I'll take their word for it. The food wash is also 100% natural and rinses off easily, leaving no aftertaste or smell on my food.

I love that my MyClyns food wash comes in a spray bottle - that's much more convenient than the squeeze bottle I have from another brand. Union Springs Wellness, the company that makes the wash, also offers 32 oz refill bottles. The wash is easy to use - just spray to cover the entire food surface, rub for about a minute, and rinse with water. If you need your food to be Kosher, you'd be happy to learn that the MyClyns food wash is certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union. It's OK to use by those who want their food to remain organic and / or vegan.

The MyClyns food wash can be used for fruits, vegetables, meats and fish. I use it on fresh produce daily. As far as meat and fish, I feel sufficient cooking time is a good bet.

In addition to food wash, Union Springs Wellness offers an entire line of MyClyns germ protection products that includes germ response spray, hand sanitizer, respirator, floor wipes, surface cleaner and treatment, laundry additive, and fabric refresher. You can even get a MyClyns holiday gift basket for the clean freak health conscious in your life! While you're at it, I'd love one, too. So much better for you than an armful of cookies or a fruit cake!

Connect with Union Springs Wellness on Facebook and Twitter (@Germ_Busters), and find out how to become a wellness coach with the company.

Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comments:

  1. Robin O said...

    This seems like a good product--especially since I can't always purchase organic vegetables (and even, as you point out, if I do).
    Thanks for the review!

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