Eco2Life Cleaning Products – Review

I don’t mind cleaning, honestly I don’t – it’s tidying up that drives me round the twist.  I’m working on getting Ben and Chloe to be a bit tidier and to be more responsible for their own mess – putting away clothes and shoes, tidying toys away when they’ve finished with them, but cleaning is very much my job in our house (and I certainly won’t complain as it means Dave does all the cooking and he’s far more skilled at that than I am!)
I am generally pretty loyal to my cleaning products – they are tried and tested, I like the way they work and the way they smell.  It’s not often I’m tempted to try something new so when I was offered the chance to try the Eco2Life range it had quite a lot to live up to.
I was sent four products:
* Eco2Life Multi – Surface Cleaner
* Eco2Life Glass Cleaner
* Eco2Life Bath and Shower Cleaner
* Eco2Life Floor Cleaner
So basically a cleaner to cover pretty much every eventuality!
I really like the idea of the spray bottles being reusable, whilst I’m aware of the need to be more caring of our environment it’s not generally at the forefront of my mind. I recycle but mainly because my local council forces me to, I probably would be too lazy otherwise (shameful I know).  So if nothing else the lack of packaging will take up less room in my already over full bins!   Once you’ve made the initial purchase of the Eco2Life Starter Kit for £2.49 each (this is the spray bottle and cleaning fluid) you just reuse the spray bottles and buy “Small Wonders Refills” which are just tiny 50ml bottles and cost £1.49 each – this is considerably cheaper than most of my usual products even when they are on offer!
The products are really easy to make up – basically just pour the cleaning fluid into the bottle, top up with water and give it a good shake.  No drama there!  I like the spray bottles having nozzles which can be turned on and off, they are easy to spray and release a good amount of product with each spritz.   The fragrance is the same across the range of products which I liked as it meant you wouldn’t have competing fragrances around the home.  Its a really nice clean, fresh smell which lasts.  If’ I’m honest I probably prefer the scent of my usual cleaning product but that’s just me being fussy.

Eco2Life Multi-Surface Cleaner
I generally stick to one multi-surface cleaner for most of my jobs – cleaning the kitchen surfaces, the cupboards, the sink, the dining room table, the bathroom . . . (of course the list goes on).
I wasn’t disappointed by this cleaner, it did the job.  I didn’t have to scrub at anything just sprayed it on, wiped it off and the surfaces were clean and no smears either!

Eco2Life Glass Cleaner
I hate cleaning windows.  They always seem to look worse when I’ve finished than they did when I started!  I was pretty impressed with the glass cleaner – the array of sticky finger prints on my living room window wiped off with minimal effort and it was pretty streak free!

Eco2Life Bath & Shower Cleaner
Our bathroom is mainly tiled so there’s plenty of wiping down to do in here! Again I was pleasantly surprised by how well the product cleaned the bath, sink and tiles without too much effort on my part.  No scrubbing required!

Eco2Life Floor Cleaner
With two small children and a dog our laminate flooring takes quite a hammering.  It really doesn’t matter how much I hoover and mop it never stays clean for more than a few minutes so I get through floor cleaner like nobody’s business.  I like a spray cleaner (as opposed to a diluted liquid in a bucket job) and thought this was really effective.  My floor looked great (till I let Thomas back in!).

Over all I’m pretty impressed with this range and as they are cheaper than my usual products I have to say I’m inclined to keep using them!

How would you like a chance to win a special Eco2Life Cleaning Box and give them a go yourself? 

* One of each 500ml REUSABLE spray bottle of the eco2life multi-surface, bathroom, glass and floor eco friendly high performance cleaning products.
* Two of each 50ml REFILLS, one to get your started and the other to keep you green cleaning
* Four different colour high quality micro-fibre cloths.
Everything you need to get you eco cleaning.

*I was sent the Eco2Life cleaning range free of charge to review but all thoughts and opinions are my own*


  1. September 28, 2013 / 8:39 am

    There is no better way to clean windows and glass than good old fashioned vinegar and newspaper! Simply dilute some vinegar in warm water, clean your windows with the solution and a cloth, and them polish with some scrunched up newspaper – it always leaves glass sparkling clean with no smears or residue 🙂

  2. September 28, 2013 / 8:58 am

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  3. September 28, 2013 / 9:55 am

    Make sure you have friends round /people to stay on a regular basis- then you'll have to keep on top of the cleaning, LOL 😀 !

  4. September 28, 2013 / 12:50 pm

    as little as possible

  5. Jo
    September 28, 2013 / 1:28 pm

    Do it little and often

  6. Clare Woodman
    September 28, 2013 / 5:31 pm

    I use white vinegar around taps to prevent limescale

  7. Teresa Lee
    September 28, 2013 / 4:35 pm

    Make a paste using baking powder & lemon juice to get rid of any mould build up around taps, tiles etc.
    Apply, leave for 1/2 hour then wipe clean.

  8. September 28, 2013 / 5:48 pm

    Use a tennis ball with a duster wrapped round to get cobwebs off of high ceilings!

  9. Jane Middleton
    September 28, 2013 / 6:25 pm

    use vinegar to clean your mirrors and windows

  10. Jane Middleton
    September 28, 2013 / 6:29 pm

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  11. September 28, 2013 / 8:10 pm

    keep odd socks to use as dusters, pop one onto your hand and literally just run your hands over everything. if you can slide it under shelves etc you can do double sided dusting too 😀
    if you don't want to wash then take it off inside out and all the dirt gets trapped inside 🙂

  12. September 28, 2013 / 8:14 pm

    Make hubby collect his fag butts from the garden and plenty of white vinegar plus bicarb of soda on the oven

  13. Anonymous
    September 28, 2013 / 8:32 pm

    Use Bicarbonate of soda. There are many ways that it is useful.

  14. Sam
    September 28, 2013 / 8:34 pm

    Fold clothes straight from the dryer to avoid ironing where possible, and don't a load in the washer until the previous load is dried and put away to avoid a build up

  15. Manda Louise
    September 28, 2013 / 9:48 pm

    Use Antibacterial Soap instead of stain removers,put a small bit on the stain,before washing,leave for 10 minutes,works as good as expensive stain removers

  16. Anonymous
    September 28, 2013 / 9:20 pm

    Just clean as you go then it's always clean and tidy!

  17. Deborah Bird
    September 28, 2013 / 10:38 pm

    Bicarbonate of soda! Its brilliant on windows and mirrors, and great at removing stains!

  18. Jessy How
    November 5, 2015 / 3:19 pm

    I am loving the eco2life range not only do they clean well, they reduce your carbon footprint, they are made with naturally derived biodegradable ingredients, they are aquatic safe but there is not bleach or nasties in them and I like to steer clear of bleach products with children in the house.

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