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February 25, 2008



Just what I've been waiting for! Thanks!

Jason Buschlen

Who would have ever thought a toilet bowl cleaner could be so beautiful to look at!


YEA!!! I am so excited. I knew you guys would come up with a toilet bowl cleaner.


It's about time! I can't wait to try it!


Is the lactic acid used in this product derived from animals... If it is, I consider it a step backward!


YAY!!! :-D It's what we've been waiting for!! :-)


Im so excited, i've been waiting for this one product to complete my method cleaning collection and it looks so nice, haha who thought cleaners would be nice to look at.
Hopefully it makes its way up to Canada soon so I can buy it.

Kim Buca

I just wanted to tell you how much i love using your cleaning products and knowing that i am doing something to help conserve and save the earth at the same time!! i love your home fresheners and cleaning wipes i love your candles!!! and soaps.I also love the green bag you sent me that folds into a little package!!i have used it for everything from groceries to bringing library books home and as a beach bag everyone comments on it!! simply put I love all things METHOD!!!!
thank you again
any time you wanna send coupons or samples feel free i will pass the word to everyone!!!!


Yay! I've been waiting for both of these products for ages, glad you finally cracked that nut!


Oh, I can't wait to try these products! I was just thinking this morning that I wish I could find a non-toxic toilet cleaner!


I just love everything you guys do! You're so creative and your products are wonderful. I can't wait to try lil bowl blu!


I absolutely cannot wait to try this! I have been spreading the Method word, keep it coming!!!


Ohmigosh! I am so excited. I knew you guys would come out with toilet bowl cleaner if I hoped and prayed long enough! Say good-bye to baking soda!! Can't wait to see it at my local Target. Thank you Method for all your great products! I especially LOVE the go getter - green mint soap!!


I love my method stuff!!!! You totally opened my eyes when I realized that putting antibacterial hand soaps in the water system is like putting antibiotics in my drinking water!!!! :-O As soon as my current bottle is used up, I won't buy any antibacterial handsoap again!! Thank you for that - and for making me greener as I get older. :-) I have to say, it's been the samples and goodies that have made me switch - I don't think I would have ever tried stuff on my own otherwise. It has made all the difference! Thank you SO MUCH!!


Wooo Hooo!!! Now it is time for a 'breath freshner' similar to Zoom or Boom or Burst (the purple one).

Can't wait to try it!!



I will buy/use them IF you can get them to Canada.

I live in the greater Toronto area and am frustrated w/ not being able to purchase your Whole line of products (baby laundry soap, OMop and soon the expected tub cleaner). PLEASE PLEASE send them up to us!!


This is great! I've been waiting for years for you to find the right combination of stuff for a toilet bowl cleaner. I'm sure it will be worth the wait! :-)

Thanks so much, I love using your products.


Finally!!! My life is complete. (well, my cleaning life at least.)

Carol from Canada

Not available in Canada you say??? Pity... Will you be making your products available for purchase online in Canada soon? The stores carry very few of your available products at this point.


What is the source of the lactic acid? I hope it's not animal derived.

Sandy B.

I got so excited when I got the e-mail about these new products. I have switched to using only Method products and love them all. You must have been reading my mind.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!


Most awesome! This is exactly the product I've been waiting for!

I've posted this over on ecochick - http://www.ecochick.ca/2008/02/lil-bowl-blue-and-le-scrub.html


Regarding the source of lactic acid, Wikipedia's entry notes:

"Although it can be fermented from lactose (milk sugar), most commercially used lactic acid is derived by using bacteria such as Bacillus acidilacti, Lactobacillus delbueckii or Lactobacillus bulgaricus to ferment carbohydrates from nondairy sources such as cornstarch, potatoes and molasses. Thus, although it is commonly known as "milk acid", products claiming to be vegan do sometimes feature lactic acid as an ingredient."

I'd hope that method's lactic acid comes from bacteria and not milk, given their track record.


yes! i'm worried that the lactic acid is animal derived as well - please let us know whether it is or isn't....i love method because it's earth and animal friendly...and it would just kill me to know that you guys have made something from animals!! :(


when can this stuff be available in the Republic of Ireland?????

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