Grove Collaborative Unboxing

I’ve been a member of Grove Collaborative since March of 2019, so you know that I already love their products. Which products, however, do I get on a regular basis and why do I like them so much? To help answer this question I did a Grove Collaborative Unboxing with pictures of my latest box.

The box below doesn’t have all of my favorites but I’ll be sure to post another unboxing so that I can comment on all of them.

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What’s in the box

Grove Collaborative Unboxing All-Purpose cleaner

Cleaning Concentrates

This product was the reason I searched out Grove Collaborative in the first place. I was looking for a cleaning concentrate and reusable bottle. My favorite cleaner at the time was by Method, but the bottle wasn’t made from # 2 plastic, which is the only plastic recyclable in Maine. Grove sells GLASS spray bottles and cleaning concentrates in all-purpose, glass, shower, and floor. My favorite is the all-purpose but I also find the glass cleaner works well. The concentrates come in mini glass bottles and all you need to do is add water.

Soap Refills

Grove Collaborative High Performance Dish Soap
One of my first Grove purchases was their glass hand & dish soap dispensers, you can see them in the picture on the right. Not only are these glass bottles gorgeous they are also easy to refill and save plastic bottles from going into a landfill. The dish soap ($6) and hand soap ($6) are reasonably priced and last a long time. They offer 3 scents, Free & Clear, Lavender & Thyme, and Lemon Eucalyptus & Mint, all of which I have tried and love. The plastic bags are recyclable and they are now offering refills in aluminum.

In this order, I also grabbed a refill of Method Hand Soap in Waterfall. My children prefer a stronger scent in for their hand soap so I use this one in their bathroom. I have a Grove glass soap dispenser in all 4 of our bathrooms and one in the kitchen.

The last refill item that I purchased was the Pure Power Liquid Laundry Detergent in Lavender & Rosemary. I use this in our auto-dosing glass laundry detergent dispenser, again saving on plastic. I’ve tried several different of their detergents including the cold wash and standard detergent but I like the pure power the best. It cleans my kid’s clothes really well and they can be pretty bad.

New Favorite Kitchen Towels

Grove Collaborative Kitchen Towel, Set of 2
These 18 inches x 28 inches 100% cotton kitchen towels are my absolute favorite, I now have 4 sets. They are very thick high-quality cotton, only $9.95 and perfect for drying hands and dishes. So far, I haven’t had any issues with fading and they maintain their shape.

Sustainable Napkins and More

I order these sustainable napkins every month, they are only $2.95 for 200 and are 100% Bamboo. They aren’t extremely thick, they remind me of an everyday napkin you get at the grocery store in bulk but they are perfect for everyday.

The last couple of items are a Bamboo Prep Board that I received as a free gift and a bottle of Oxyfresh Pet Water Additive. Grove Collaborative offers items for cats & dogs and we have a new Westie puppy. I’ve read a lot of good things about this water additive so we are trying it out.

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Today I need a… is a blog dedicated to finding deals on high-quality items. Each week we break down a different product that we need by researching, giving each other advice and ideas, finding deals and having a little fun while doing it.

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