Introducing Pleasant State! Two Women from the Sunny Coast are on a mission to make home care into a form of self-care while working towards a sparkling clean world that's free of single-use plastics, how good! They've created Australia's first just-add-water cleaning bars that dissolve in water to make multi-purpose, bathroom and glass cleaning sprays and a foaming hand wash and dish wash detergent.
Pleasant State is Australia's first B Corp cleaning brand (amazing), they donate 1% of all sales to cleaning up our Ocean with Take 3 for the Sea and they have plans to do a bunch of good in the Noosa community. And we cannot forget Pleasant State are also a specialty supplier to our network of members and hold Plastic Free Noosa Champion status!
How does it work? You simply fill one of their beautiful glass and silicone bottles with warm water, drop in the concentrated cleaning bars, watch as it fizzes and dissolves (it's a little bit mesmerising), and then get cleaning!
These beautiful products are effective, healthy, sustainable, scented with essential oils, and Australian-made!
Visit Pleasant State's online store to browse the entire cleaning range.
Pleasant State has bundled its entire current cleaning range and hand wash and dish detergent into a very impressive kit! It has everything you need to transform the way you clean your home, dishes, and hands for good! Featuring FIVE amazing products, the just-add-water multi-purpose, glass, and bathroom cleaners as well as the brand new hand wash and dish wash detergent. These zero-waste, plant-based and super-effective concentrated bars are Australian-made AND an Australian first!
Local Tip: The Pleasant State warehouse is based in the Coolum Industrial area. They offer free local pick up so you can drop by and say 'hey' to the team while you collect your order!
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