best place for cleaning supplies

We know the feeling well—running out of home essentials like dish soap or Windex right at the exact time when you finally get to that pile of dishes or clean those out-of-reach windows.

Luckily, you no longer have to make another trip to the grocery store, as there are now plenty of brands that are specializing in subscription boxes for cleaning supplies. This means you can get some of the best brands of cleaning supplies delivered directly to your door with minimal effort on your part. 

If you have kids, are sensitive to certain chemicals, or just love using all-natural products, these sites offer customer favorite all-natural brands like Mrs. Meyer’sSeventh GenerationCaldrea, and Method, which sometimes can get pricey when shopping in big-box stores. What’s even better, some of these new businesses, like Grove Collaborative or Branch Basics, sell reusable spray bottles and other containers, so you’re using safe cleaning products in your home while reducing waste at the same time—a win-win in our book. 

You can finally say goodbye to running on empty and hello to having your house stocked and prepared thanks to our list below that compares some of the best places to shop for cleaning supplies, including bathroom cleaner, laundry pods, and everything in between.

Grove Collaborative

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1 Grove Collaborative  

Not only does Grove Collaborative offer its own line of natural cleaning products, the brand is also known for selling popular brands like Alba Botanica, Mrs. Meyer’s, and Caldrea. Grove Collaborative launched in 2016 as a Certified B Corp with the mission to make it easier for people to switch to healthier, more sustainable products in both their homes and lives. You can customize a monthly subscription with cleaning supplies for your household, plus personal care, baby, or pet items. Minimum orders for recurring shipments start at $10 per month, or you can sign up for the VIP membership that includes free shipping on every order, four free gifts per year, and access to exclusive sales.

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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Concentrate Bottle


2 Walmart

Walmart is known for providing its customers with high-quality products at the company’s signature low prices — and its selection of cleaning products is no different. Not only does the store sell items from well-known brands like CloroxMr. Clean, and Lysol, but it also has a large selection of non-toxic and eco-friendly cleaning supplies

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Branch Basics

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3 Branch Basics

The three founders of Branch Basics—Marilee Nelson, Allison Evans, and Kelly Love—knew it was time to make a huge change for both their health and homes by switching to natural cleaning products. They brought Branch Basics to life to share that goal with others. The Concentrate, one of the brand’s most popular items, is a multi-purpose product that can essentially replace every other cleaning product you use: With just one bottle (using different ratios of water to concentrate), you can make five different bottles of cleaning essentials, including hand soap, dish soap, laundry detergent, bathroom cleaner, and glass cleaner. If it seems impossible to switch from several different cleaning supplies under your cabinet to just one, more than 200 five-star reviews say otherwise. 

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4 Boxed

Save time and money with Boxed, which allows you to buy in bulk with major savings. In one spot, you can shop a curated selection of all the cleaning supplies you’ll need to stay stocked, plus groceries, bath and body products, pet supplies, and even wine and liquor—it’s really a win-win situation. Most orders arrive within two business days, and you always receive free shipping on orders more than $49 without an annual membership fee. Boxed’s in-house line, Prince & Spring, offers all-natural cleaning supplies products and other home goods at prices that can’t be beat. The site also tells you how much you’ll save compared to a retail store, which of course gets us every time.

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The Honest Company

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5 The Honest Company

When it launched in 2011, it was one of the first wellness brands to offer affordable all-natural cleaning supplies and other products specifically for kids and babies, and nine years later, The Honest Company continues to offer amazing products for even better prices. Not only can you buy the Jessica Alba-approved products individually, but the brand also offers a home care subscription service to have cleaning products of your choice delivered monthly. By choosing this service, you’ll save 5 percent on each product.

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6 Amazon

While it’s clear Amazon’s got free two-day shipping down for brands you can find in big box stores, the online retailer is now branching out to create in-house brands across several categories, including cleaning supplies, clothing, furniture, and more. And if you love getting a bargain on cleaning supplies, Amazon’s line of household essentials, Solimo, offers affordable options for dozens of items from soap to trash bags through Prime Pantry. For Amazon Prime members who don’t have Prime Pantry, you can sign up for an additional $4.99 per month, which will get you free shipping (on orders of $10 or more), plus save you an extra $6 when you select five qualifying Prime Pantry items in your box.

*Due to the Covid 19 outbreak, Amazon Prime Pantry is temporarily suspended, but you can still shop for individual cleaning products (including the below picks) on Amazon.

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7 Target

If you’re already a die-hard Target fan, you’re probably familiar with ordering online from the retailer as well as its numerous options of amazing cleaning supply brands, but we’re currently obsessed with aits exclusive new line of cleaning supplies. Inspired by the beauty line Love Beauty and Planet comes a home brand, Love Home and Planet, that features several home essentials in three amazing scents made from planet-friendly ingredients and packaged in bottles made from recycled plastics.

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