How to Save a Fortune on Soaps and Cleaners in 3 Easy Steps

If you're like most people, you have no idea just how much money you're spending on soaps and cleaners.  That's because you don't buy those products at the soap store.  You're getting them from the grocery store.  You're not paying a consistent, monthly soap bill like your house payment or internet bill.  Instead, it's hidden inside of your grocery bill.

Most of us don't realize just how much we're actually wasting on soap and cleaning products.  Think about all of the products a normal family keeps stocked inside of their home:  Body Wash, Bar Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Dishwashing Liquid, Automatic Dish Detergent, Laundry Soap (and all related products such as dryer sheets, bleech, fabric softeners, OxyClean, etc), Window Cleaner, Multi-surface Cleaner, Stainless Steel Cleaner, Swiffer Refills or mopping solutions...IT ADDS UP!

The average family is spending around $600 per year on all of these products.  That averages out to be about $40-50 per monthWe're looking to help out the budgeteers that want to save money on these costs without sacrificing quality (and while doing this, you'll also help reduce waste thrown back into the environment).  Here's how you can use Sonoma County Soap products to save money on all of those products.


 Step 1 - Use Sonoma County Soap's Natural Based Products

Drop the harsh chemicals, and instead use Sonoma County Soap's natural-based, botanical products.  This is the easiest step.  You can order them hereTheir products are crafted with high-quality, botanical ingredients and are free of phosphates, dyes, and harsh water softening chemicals.  This means that products like their Essentials Hand and Body Wash will leave your skin soft, smooth, and silky without softening agents that are rough on your skin.  Their Essentials Laundry Soap will leave your clothes feeling soft and looking bright without chemical skin irritants being left up against your body all day.  And their Essentials Multipurpose Cleaner can clean any surface with ease without breathing in ammonia or harsh cleaning chemicals.

How does switching to healthier, environmentally friendly products save you money, you ask?  That brings us to step 2.


Step 2 - Order Refill Concentrates to Save Money


Don't reorder.  Refill.  When your soap dispenser is empty, use Sonoma County Soap's Essential refills to refill it.  The refills contain bottles of concentrate, meaning that one bottle can refill your dispenser 4 times!  All you have to do is fill your soap up to the fill line pictured on the back of the bottle, add water (for best results, use a purified water through reverse osmosis, or a high grade bottled water), shake for a few seconds, and your soap is full again. 

By using concentrates, you are essentially buying in bulk without having to pay for bulk shipping because it all can fit in one bottle.  Every one of Sonoma County Soap's Essentials products have refill concentrates available for order. 



Step 3 - Rinse, Repeat

Every time a dispenser is empty, refill it with concentrate and mix it with water.  This can cut the cost of your soap and cleaning products in half, saving you up to $300 a year, or $25 dollars a month.  You will have a clean home and body, a chemical-free household, and extra money in your pocket.  Experience the difference with Sonoma County Soap's essentials.  Try our natural-based, environmentally friendly soaps and cleaners today!

Sonoma County Soap - Experience the Difference