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Thank you for your interest in finding palm oil free cleaning solutions.

Palm oil is common in all types of cleaning products. This includes the following:

  • Floor and rug cleaners
  • Kitchen cleaners
  • Oven cleaning products
  • Bathroom cleaners
  • Shower and sink cleaning products
  • Toilet cleaners
  • Furniture polish
  • Floor and rug cleaners
  • Dish soap and dishwashing detergent
  • Laundry detergent
  • Window cleaning products

In cleaning products, palm oil ingredients typically don’t have the word “palm” in them. Instead, they hide under hundreds of other names. These are called palm oil derivatives.

Companies use palm oil to make SLS as well as other harsh chemicals. Most cleaning products you see in stores contain them.

“Natural” & “Plant-Derived” Can Be Code for Palm Oil

In addition, many companies advertise their cleaning products are All Natural or Plant-Derived. Unless they spell out the source of the ingredients, you won’t know if these ingredients are derived from palm oil.

Use this site as a resource to find palm oil free cleaning products. In addition, you can learn to make your own.

You can use vinegar, baking soda, vinegar and other natural ingredients to make your own palm oil free cleaners.

Read Labels Before Buying

Learn all you can about the companies you buy these types of products from. Many of them do not disclose their ingredients. This is because the cleaning industry isn’t as regulated as other industries.

Support products that are certified Palm Oil Free as well as smaller companies who are using biodegradable ingredients, eco-friendly, reusable packaging without plastic, and other earth-friendly practices.

It is possible to find cleaning products without palm oil. Thank you so much for your interest in this topic! Please take a look around this site to find lots more information about ways palm oil ingredients hide and ways to use less.