People Against Dirty
People. Against. Dirty.
I love it!
While I don’t think I’ve yet featured any of their product(s) here on the site yet, let me just shout that I really like Method. I’m sure this won’t be the only feature. I’ve been a fan of their packaging for several years now. Sure, it’s a little more costly than its competition in the market, and if you’re strapped for saving cash then the alternative is probably a better decision for you. But I feel like sometimes it’s worth paying a little more for a high-quality product, and by a company that is “green” and doesn’t do any product testing on animals.
One method product I recently noticed and am quite fond of is the laundry detergent.
I drawn in by the bright, vibrant colors reflected on the bottles, which makes me believe my clothes will be just as bright and vibrant after use of this product. Hopefully that’s the feeling Method wants consumers–and potential customers–to feel. I also like the message of “plant-based smartclean technology.” Granted, I have no idea what the heck it means, but it sure sounds like it’s offering-up something positive and good for the planet, no?!
One important thing to note is I’ve never used this particular product, so I don’t know how good it cleans clothes, and if the deliverability lives up to the quality packaging. Perhaps I’ll spend a few extra bucks sometime soon and gift it a whirl….
In addition to having some of the most pleasing packaged products on shelves today, in my opinion, and they also do really great things for the world around us. Here’s a peek inside the brand:
See what I mean? Good stuff!
I think this is a great mission statement to leave with, as featured on Method’s website:
“method was founded in 2000—incidentally, in the dirtiest apartment in san francisco—by adam lowry and eric ryan, its proud brain-parents and the very first people against dirty™. since then, method has been working to design the smartest, greenest and best-looking cleaning products on the market.”
If you’re a fan like I am, keep up with Method in the following places: