1. Fill with water
Fill your bottle with tap water from your household.
2. Drop tab
Dissolve your klæntab easily in your bottle.
Go ahead and clean as usual, but without a disposable plastic bottle!
Our klaentabs are vegan, environmentally friendly and without preservatives
The powerful one: Removes dirt and lime and is gentle on all materials effortlessly. In addition, it is also responsible for the ph value regulation and softens tap water.
The clean ones: They are the "washing-active" substances in the klæntabs, which do not need much foaming to clean without leaving any residue. Of course, the anionic surfactants are biodegradable.
The colorful ones: Thanks to natural food coloring you can recognize our different cleaners at first sight. The food coloring does not affect the cleaning power and does not leave residues behind.
The Feel-Good-Manager: With the allergen-free scent of Aloe Vera of our klaentabs your home smells refreshingly pleasant after cleaning. Strong in cleaning, but gentle in scent!
The assistant: Makes sure that the klæntabs dissolve quickly and easily in tap water.
We manufacture our products as environmentally friendly as possible and do not use raw materials that are environmentally harmful, such as damaging, synthetic odorous substances.
With each klæntab you save one disposable plastic bottle. Start today to make tomorrow's world a little better with us.
Caution. Causes severe eye irritation. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not inhale dust. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of watera. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses if possible. Continue rinsing. If eye irritation persists: Seek medical advice/attention. Store in a dry place.
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Made in Germany
Effective cleaning power
trees were planted by klæny buyers.
Doing good together
Together with The Eden Reforestation Projects Organisation, we plant a tree for every order in our shop.
The Eden Reforestation Projects are restoring healthy forests and reducing extreme poverty in some emerging countries. Together with local villagers, more than 300 million trees have been planted worldwide in Ethiopia, Madagascar, Nepal, Haiti, Indonesia, Mozambique, Kenya and Central America since the beginning.