Posted by Reviewer1489795 on Aug 30, 2012
This is great. It can be sprayed on solid veggies and scrubbed or it can be sprayed in the water for leafy vegetables. Either way it is a good way to get rid of bacteria and other toxins.
Very good wash.
Posted by Reviewer2295193 on Sep 03, 2012
I like the freshness and scent of this. It's also natural and my produce seem to be cleaner after soaking in a solution of this wash. It is also great for cleaning the ovens, microwave and disinfecting chopboards etc.
SEEMS TO WORK
Posted by 5398480701459275071 on Jul 25, 2013
Just as FIT as the competition!
Posted by Reviewer1539252 on Mar 11, 2013
I've been using veggie washes for years. This item is every bit as good as its mainstream competitor and dramatically cheaper. TWO THUMBS UP!
Works awesome on cleaning! ♥♥♥ Click on my username for more reviews and information! ♥♥♥
Posted by gettingwell on Sep 05, 2013
I just got this and used it as soon as I could. This worked very well on cleaning the lemon I had. I could feel the difference and it did not feel waxy like it had before. Although they seem like a nuisance, the stickers or labels attached to fruit and some vegetables have more of a function than helping scan the price at the checkout stand. The PLU, tells you how the fruit was grown. By reading the PLU, you can tell if the fruit was genetically modified, organically grown or produced with chemical fertilizers, fungicides, or herbicides. This is very important and brings home the real need for a veggie wash. If there are only four numbers in the PLU, this means that the produce was grown conventionally or “traditionally” with the use of pesticides. If there are five numbers in the PLU, and the number starts with “8″, this tells you that the item is a genetically modified fruit or vegetable. If there are five numbers in the PLU, and the number starts with “9″, this tells you that the produce was grown organically and is not genetically modified. However, you would still want to wash these as well.