Shaklee’s Basic H2® Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate Review and Giveaway(closed)

 Basic H2® Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate

Use on any washable surface – indoors or out 

  • Walls, Windows and Mirrors, Counter tops, Floors, Appliances, Stoves, Sealed Woodwork, Pots and Pans, Furniture

Clean Credentials 

  • Nontoxic
  • Natural
  • Doubly concentrated
  • Biodegradable Surfactants

Sarah from Three Boys provided me a sample to review. The sample I received makes up two 16oz bottles of cleaner. One of window/glass cleaner and one all purpose cleaner. I used this all over the house. The kitchen floor, the hood over the stove, the stove top, the front of the stove, the washing machine, the outside of the front door, the TV cabinet, and various glass items including the bathroom mirrors and the front screen door glass.
I really liked this cleaner. I used it for about 45 minutes to an hour straight and didn’t get a headache!! It didn’t make me itch either. Most cleaners such as 409 and fantastic will cause a stuffed up nose and headache if I’m exposed to them too long. Many soaps will cause itching as I am mildly allergic. That is one reason I don’t really care too much for cleaning. I’m not saying that my house is going to become the cleanest in the world now…but not getting a headache every time is bound to improve matters.

Here are a few pictures:

That hood hadn’t been cleaned in a couple of weeks as you can see. It is clean now! The cleaner worked just as well as 409 ever did.

Thats the floor in front of the doggie door. It has rained a lot here lately and the floor gets really dirty there.

The cleaner worked on that too! It looked pretty good for about 30 minutes…now there are little paw prints on the floor again. It was nice while it lasted and I do have a little bit of cleaner left for when it dries up out there.


The front of the dryer. I have no idea what was those streaks were. It didn’t look good though.

It looked much better after I cleaned!

I am not sure but I think this is left over from a sticker that used to be on the front window.

You can’t hardly tell it was ever there now.

I tried to take pictures of the glass surfaces but none of them turned out well. Either they were too blurry to tell anything or it just showed reflections and not the dirt. I did use the glass cleaner on several mirrors, some picture frames I had gotten at flea markets, and the TV stand. It worked just as well on those.

This comes in a concentrate that you mix with water. The cost comparison sheet shows it costs about 22 cents per gallan. That is a pretty good deal especially when you compare to 409 which costs more than 8 dollars a gallon.

There is an Earth Day Special right now also.  Free membership with $30 order at members price plus a Three Boys Special.

Sarah is giving 5 of my readers a sample like one I received. It will make two 16 oz bottles of cleaner. One for windows/glass and one of all purpose cleaner. So if you would like to try this now is your chance!

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I received a product sample for review purposes.


  1. I learned that you will be completely satisfied or get your money back.
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  2. Shaklee was first in the world to be certified Climate Neutral™ (totally offsetting our carbon emissions resulting in a net zero impact on the environment)
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  3. I learned that a 30-day supply of Vivix delivers the equivalent amount of resveratrol found in 3,000 glasses of red wine.

  4. i love that this is safe to use with my "baby" (chihuahua) around.
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