Pet Safe Cleaners

List of Pet Safe Cleaner

As with any type of cleaner, you should still make sure to keep these out of reach of children and pets since anything cleaning agent in large quantities could still cause health issues if ingested.


Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-purpose Cleaner


Pet Safe Cleaner

Seventh Generation has been around since 1988 and is based out of Vermont. This pet safe cleaner uses Thyme oil as the active ingredient to kill germs including the H1N1 virus, Influenza A and Salomenella. This cleaner can be used on food contact surfaces without rinsing. Seventh Generation products are manufactured in the United States.


Simple Solution Eco-Care Stain and Odor Remover


Eco-Care is a biodegradable cleaner that uses beneficial bacteria and enzymes to organically remove urine, feces, vomit and other stains and odors. This formula will neutralize odors which is great during potty training to prevent re-soiling of the same spot.


Method Squirt + Mop Pet Safe Floor Cleaner


This floor cleaner uses a biodegradeable, naturally derived, non-toxic formula. This cleaner is designed to be used on wood floors or furniture. It is almond scented which may entice your pet to lick it, but because of the safe formula, you won’t need to worry.


Nature’s Miracle Laundry Boost


This pre-wash stain and odor remover is designed to be used in addition to your normal detergent. The Phosphate free formula helps remove pet odors, and stains to include: vomit, feces blood, urine, grease and oil.


Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Bathroom Cleaner


This bathroom cleaner is free of chlorine, bleach, ammonia, phosphates, and paraben. The aromatherapy based formulas has a pleasing smell while not including all of the usual toxic chemicals of bathroom cleaning supplies.

Conclusion of Pet Safe Cleaner

While this isn’t an inclusive list of all pet safe cleaners that are available, these are products that I highly recommend. If there are other products that you love, please share them with us.

Here is a list of other toxic common household items from Ohio State University Protect your Pet from Household Hazards

Morgan Miller