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Golden Excited to share with you PL360 Products. PL360 debut last month at Global Pet Expo. Two brands, Pawganics and Pet Labs 360, merged to create PL360 Pet. We are a consumer of Pawganics pet products. The new name PL360 merges the brands into a comprehensive pet health and wellness brand.
I’m a conscious pet parent and particular about pet product ingredients that I use to care for my dog, Sugar. For the past year, I became extra careful especially as Sugar is in her critical senior years. Also due to Sugar’s allergies, she will immediately develop sensitivity if an ingredient or solution does not agree with her skin. I choose to avoid chemical-packed pet care products. PL360 Pet products are “clear of potentially harmful ingredients such as parabens, sulfates, phthalates, lanolin, alcohol, bleach, ammonia or toxins.”
“PL360 is a pet health and wellness company that creates safe and effective natural solutions for pet owners.”
PL360 Multi-Surface Cleaner – A plant based cleaning spray that has a very mild citrus scent and does not leave chemical residue behind. According to the label, it works on hard surface and glass. I used it to clean off Sugar’s nose print on our sliding door glass. It did a paw-tastic job. I also used it to clean Sugar’s toys that she often plays with and carries around the house.
PL360 Carpet Powder – Our home flooring is wood. However, we have area rugs that Sugar often lies down and sleeps on. I always vacuum the rugs but never used a cleaner. This non-allergenic citrus scented carpet powder provided a fresh scent on the rug. Baking soda is the main ingredient with powerful plant-based neutralizers. I sprinkled only a little powder, and the scent is noticeable. Sugar sniffed the rug for a while before she settling on her favorite spot. PL360 is pleased to be the only pet brand that creates a natural, plant-based carpet powder.
PL360 Stain & Odor Remover – According to the label, this citrus spray stain and odor remover works on carpet, fabric, upholstery and tile. Sugar had a “vomit” rug accident and I’m thankful to have this spray remover. This spray took care of the smell and cleaned-up the stain. I tried to use it on our wood floor, and it works; eliminated the bothersome black marks.
PL360 Multi-Surface Cleaning Wipes – non-fragrance wipes that have the same function as the multi-surface spray cleaner. These wipes are a convenient way to clean messes with no need to rinse. I’ve packed these wipes in Sugar’s travel bag. It’s an on-the-go cleaner for Sugar’s travel bowl and car messes. On the label, it’s indicated that these wipes are not intended for cleaning skin.
PL360 Oatmeal Foaming Shampoo
Sugar’s favorite PL360 pet products. Sugar loves her baths. She gets several baths in a month. A refreshing shampoo that helps address her dry and itchy skin is very important. Sugar enjoyed her scented vanilla PL360 foaming oatmeal shampoo bath.
You can purchase PL360 products online at Wag.com, HealthyPets.com, and Amazon.com. PL360 products can also be found in your local independent pet stores.
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Kim Mangrum says
I think this sounds like a great product. I am always worried about residue of cleaning products because my pugs like to LICK everything. I always keep them out when I am cleaning until things dry but even then still worry. I try to use vinegar and baking soda on some things. I like cleaners that will not hurt my pets. I wish it specified which plants it used though. I have a friend who has pets and her and her pets both have allergies and this would be a great product for her but she would need to know what plants as her spaniel has lots and lots of plant allergies.
Frankie and Ernie says
These are all thingys that we NEED…
Sally T. says
I use a lot of natural products like vinegars and baking soda and lemons
I use natural ingredients like vinegar and lemon juice for cleaning around the house.
Beth | Daily Dog Tag says
These sound like great products. I try to find products that are most importantly not tested on animals and second contains mostly (or only) ingredients that I can pronounce and recognize!
Deborah W. says
I look for natural ingredients and that they don’t have added chemicals, dyes or perfumes.
M. K. Clinton says
I don’t like using any chemicals around the boys. This looks like a great group of products!
Lisa F. says
I try to buy thinks like “Green Works” to clean. Thanks!
Ruth Epstein says
Layla has allergies so I always look for products with as little smell as possible and when stuck I actually use Apple Cider Vinegar
It’s not so much what I look for, it’s what I don’t want in a product that I check. I always make sure that it’s completely safe for my pets, natural ingredients, environmentally friendly and then I’ll decide on scents and cleaning ability. I do look for soothing and skin healthy ingredients in a shampoo.
Lori Walker says
I look for something without alcohol or tea tree oil.
Linda Szymoniak says
I love using vinegar for cleaning (it also works great at getting rust off metal dog crate doors).
Groovy Goldendoodles says
The carpet powder sounds like something I would use. We too have a lot of hardwood but I’ve still got a little bit of carpet in part of our family room. I’m sure it smells really fresh and clean.
I don’t look for any particular, but I’m happy to go chemical-free.
Stephanie Galbraith says
I think all products for the dogs and people should be all natural.
Trish B. says
I have been using vinegar, baking soda, and essential oil mixtures to clean . I am going to all natural cleaning for our furbabies and our health. Thank you for another awesome contest!
Cathy Truman says
I do not buy products that have dyes, perfumes, or added chemicals.
Darlene Wright says
I like products that have a fresh minty scent!
Diana Cote says
I try to look for all natural, organic products that are free of all the nastiness. the simpler the recipe the better. 🙂
Michelle Washburn says
I like vinegar, aloe, lemon juice, oatmeal for calming skin and itch
Julie Murphy says
I make my own so you don’t have all the harsh ingredients.
Julie Murphy says
I make my own so there aren’t any harsh chemicals.
Sandy Weinstein says
essential oils, vinegar,baking soda, nothing with chemicals or dyes
I look for products that are all natural in my home.
I love using natural products like lemon!
Christine Aiello says
I look for natural products that don’t have any added chemicals, perfumes or dyes in them.
Bryn Nowell says
vinegar and baking soda are my all natural home cleaning go to products. I always worry with a pup in the home who likes to lick every surface!
Monique Rizzo says
I look for baking soda, or all natural gmo free ingredients!
jules m. says
i look for all natural ingredients like oatmeal, lavender, baking soda, etc
Sammantha D. says
I tend to use castile soap like Dr. Bronner’s or vinegar & baking soda to clean around here.
Sarah Anderton says
I use apple cider vinegar diluted in water and baking soda for bathing… As for toys, I try to buy the all natural stuff, like antlers and pigs ears instead of treats with 10000x ingredients!
Ashley C says
To be honest, I don’t look at the ingredients and I know that’s horrible, but there’s so much crap out there now a days, that I have no clue what is good or bad. But, when I do use a new product, I definitely look at reviews to see if people have had issues with it or anything.
Daniel Scott says
I like oatmeal and aloe for coat conditioners, baking soda, lemon, and vinegar for cleaning supplies and cinnamon and peppermint for insect prevention.
Shelley Joy P says
I avoid things with chemicals, strong scents and dyes and look for natural ingredients like oatmeal, aloe vera & vitamin E in the products I use on the dogs.
Margot C says
I like plant-based solutions, like oatmeal shampoo for my dog.
Kimberly Hilbert says
I don’t really have a particular ingredient that I look for, but I do love to see oatmeal in skin products, it is very soothing.
Carly D. says
I don’t use or look for anything in particular but I like products that have natural ingredients that aren’t harmful to pets!
Alyce Poalillo says
I use baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, vinegar and DE for different cleaning and pest control around the house.
New puppy! So i’m still learning the best ingredients to look for in pet products
Lesley F says
I try to find natural and organic ingredients!
Crystal Rose says
I look for tea tree and/or lavender oil.
Carol Godfrey says
I look for natural things like vinegar and natural fruits!
Peggy Rydzewski says
I look for items that protect them.
Angela Cash says
I have recently started using essential oils for cleaning and pet care. I have a blend that I use in a diffuser for my dog who suffers storm anxiety and I also add them to my homemade cleaning products.
Amy A says
I look for oatmeal and coconut oil for itchy skin.
Sandy Weinstein says
for my house i use all natural, no chemicals, vinegar, baking powder, lemons. even have used brewed coffee and tea on my hardwood floors. i also use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide as well.
for my dogs, i use homeopathic all natural products as well. i read the labels on everything just as i do with the food/treats that i give my dogs. i have tried the pawganics b4 but cant find now, which i guess the reason is the 2 companies merged. i had the all round cleaner, toy cleaner. i try to stay as all natural, with everything around my girls and even the things that i use on them.
Sharon Gilbert says
I like it because it is safe for my dogs and they use a plant base.
Rose Santuci-Sofranko says
Baking soda and plant based materials would be tops on my list.