Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Charlie's Soap
31 followers -
Live green. Deep Clean.
Live green. Deep Clean.

31 followers
About
Charlie's Soap's posts

Post has attachment
The Fresh Market in Roanoke, Va., shows off Charlie's cleaners in this entry for our Retail Display Contest.

(Entrants in our Retail Display Contest stand to win a couple cases of Charlie's products. Our Facebook fans will vote for their favorite display later this month. Vendors: join the fun and send us a photo of your display to greenclean@charliesoap.com)
Photo

Did you know that all of Charlie's Soap products are made right here in the USA?  Charlie's Soap is made in Mayodan, North Carolina by the Sutherland family.  They use only the best and simple ingredients to make laundry powder, laundry liquid and two household cleaners that are safe for the environment.  They's biodegradable, hypoallergenic and non-toxic too.  Check it out!

Post has attachment
Weekend mechanics: did you know what's under the kitchen sink can get what's in your garage and tool shed ready for spring? While Charlie's Soap Charlie's Soap Kitchen & Bath Natural Cleaner will handle most household cleaning tasks, Charlie's Indoor/Outdoor Surface Cleaner will do even better on a greasy garage floor, pressure washing your siding or just getting stains out of your outdoor furniture. Be sure to have the hose or a big pail handy to thoroughly rinse hardware spotlessly clean. >>More: http://bit.ly/yGJy5p

Post has attachment
April is National Car Care Month. (Really. There's a month for everything, right?) Make winter's grime a thing of the past and spray Charlie’s Soap Indoor/Outdoor Surface Cleaner on your vehicle's tires, wheels and undercarriage. That gunk will melt off. See our fact sheet for details >> http://bit.ly/HBMbA1

Post has attachment
Woodworkers, have you tried Charlie's Soap? Charlie’s Soap and woodworking go hand in hand. You know how sap can get everywhere on your tools and really gum up the works. A ruined bit or blade can not only damage your product, but it can burn up your saw or drill with all that extra friction. >>More: http://bit.ly/x87x7l
Wait while more posts are being loaded