Cruelty-Free Cleaning Supplies at Target

When we make the switch to cruelty-free products, we usually swap out our mascara and deodorant, but many of us forget that other products in our home may have been tested on animals, too. (Think dish soap, laundry detergent, glass cleaner, etc. Ugh.)

The good news is that finding cruelty-free home-cleaning products is easier than ever before. In fact, good ol’ Target carries many brands that offer a wide variety of products that aren’t tested on animals, so you can keep your home cruelty-free. Check it out:

Dr. Bronner’s

18-in-1 Hemp Tea Tree Pure-Castile Soap

Method Products

All-Purpose Cleaner

Bathroom Cleaner

Dish Soap

Method also carries its Glass Cleaner, a Heavy Duty Degreaser, and a Squirt + Mop Hard Floor Cleaner.

Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day

Dish Soap

Laundry Detergent

Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner

Seventh Generation

Disinfectant Spray

Disinfecting Wipes

Natural Dish Liquid

Seventh Generation carries loads more products, including its Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner, Glass Cleaner, and Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner.

What Else?

When in doubt as to whether or not a company is cruelty-free, look it up in our database of companies that do and that don’t test on animals. You can also search for it on our Bunny Free App.

You can help animals who are suffering in experiments by letting companies that still test on animals know that you won’t buy their products while animals die. You can also work to inform others about the ways countless animals suffer when experimenters drip toxic chemicals into their eyes or rub them onto their bare skin in tests for cosmetics and personal-care and household products.

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