The Power of Soy to Clean Dishes

“Green is Good – Go Green in 2011” is a campaign we hope inspires all of you to adopt a natural lifestyle this year. It doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. Each action you take, regardless of how big or small, helps you, your family and the environment.

Each month, we feature one of our products and how it plays a part in achieving a healthier environment for you, your family, and the planet.

Our featured product this month is our SoyShine Dish & Tableware Cleanser. It’s made from the all natural power of the soybean. SoyShine attacks and dislodges grease and food particles the second it hits the surface. Just think “scrubbing bubbles” without the fumes or harsh abrasives. Our patented processing gives you the extraordinary bacterial fighting power of soy while it naturally moisturizes your hands.

SoyShine can be used on all types of dishes, glasses, utensils, and cookware. Its unique concentrated spray delivery system helps save water and the amount of cleaner needed. This low sudsing cleaner is great for stubborn stains, just spray and let it soak for a while. No hard scrubbing required!

SoyShine is also great on stainless steel surfaces such as appliances. Just use a damp cloth and wipe dry. It also makes a great cleaner for silver jewelry. We’ve even had satisfied customers who have used SoyShine on newer style ceramic stove tops, no surface scratches or harsh chemicals involved! Just be sure to use a damp, non abrasive cloth and buff with a dry cloth for a great shine.

An independent laboratory study confirmed that SoyShine is 99.99% effective at killing bacteria. It’s also gentle on your hands, so no more rubber gloves (a plus for your skin, the environment and your wallet).

The best part is SoyShine is biodegradable and helps break down oils and acids in the water system. Even the packaging can be recycled.

To learn more about SoyShine, visit www.soymagic.com and look for our Featured Product box.

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