Veggie Wash Natural Fruit & Vegetable Wash, 16-Ounce Spray
- All natural fruit and vegetable wash using ingredients from citrus, corn and coconut to remove harmful substances
- Removes wax, soil, fertilizers and pesticides
- Effective on both regular and organic produce
- Easy-to-use 16-ounce. Trigger spray
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Size: 10 - 20 ounces
Purified water, potassium oleate, kosher glycerine, decyl glucoside, limonene (natural citrus oil), organic citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, potassium sorbate.
Generously Spray with Veggie Wash.Rub for 20-30 Seconds.Rinse Thoroughly.Spray for firm produce: tomatoes, potatoes, grapes, apples, etc.Swish for leafy or soft produce: spinach, broccoli, lettuce and strawberries. Dilute 1/4 cup (2 oz) Veggie Wash in a large bowl or in a sink half full of water...soak and swish for 30 seconds; rinse thoroughly. Not recommended for mushrooms due to their porous nature.
Top Customer Reviews
It's all natural. That's a plus.
Unfortunately study after study has shown it doesn't work so well...I mean, let's face it, it's an emulsifier and some oils. It does add grapefruit seed extract, which is a natural anti-fungal but likely those who buy this are not simply trying to remove fungus, but instead the typical residues found on fruits and veggies.
And we all know how important it is to get all the pesticides off your food right? This is kind of a joke in the cooking world but I still tried it out, because sometimes I love things that are a joke and I also wanted to see what was in it and look at how it worked.
My apples were still waxy. I can tell artificial wax on an apple. But we want clean likely more than anything...so don't take my word for it:
One university study found that distilled water was equally if not more effective in removing microbes such as bacteria and mold. Another study at Tennessee State University also found that water worked as well as the vegetable wash tested.
It's funny but I have had this for awhile and had forgotten my own review until I watched another news study on TV debunk myths and used this as an example of playing on the consumer fears.
But in the event you don't wish to just use water--use what has been proven effective forever: half vinegar and half water...rinse well. You can just put it in a spray bottle and mist it on. Apple cider vinegar is actually really good for you and IT will remove the pesticides and wax, unlike any oil that ensures things cling to your fruit or veggie but most cooking peeps just use plain clear distilled vinegar and water.Read more ›
I have been using this product for many years, probably close to a decade by now. If you are concerned about the chemical and pesticide residue or just dirt on your produce this product is another added level of protection. Most of the produce that I purchase is organic, and I still purchase this product to clean all my produce. This product leaves no aftertaste provided you rinse thoroughly. After I have soaked the produce in the water and solution mixture I follow with two rinses in clean water to make certain that the cleaner has been completely removed.
From the label on the bottle, the 100% natural and biodegradable ingredients are as follows:
Natural cleaners made from corn and coconut
Sodium citrate (a natural derivative of citrus fruit)
Glycerin (from coconut oil)
Grapefruit seed extract
A full of bottle of the product lasts at least a month in my home, and we are predominantly consuming vegan cuisine, so you can imagine how much produce we go through in a month.
I highly recommend this product to anyone that is concerned about kitchen sanitation or chemical and pesticide residue on his or her produce.
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Check out the brown,murky Veggie Wash runoff from these cherries and strawberries. I assure you that the Veggie Wash is not that color before spraying it on. As far as I can see, this is a very decent product. Check out my pics back on the main product page.
We soak grapes, lettuce etc. in a container w/ veggie wash and spray it on the skin of pears, apples (especially important) and any other big fruits/veggies.
We also use it to kill ants & my sister-in-law claimed she sprayed it on a cockroach & it died (haven't seen that myself).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seems to work as advertised...
No bad taste and the fruit feels squeaky clean.
Would but it again.
Great fruit/veg wash - nice smell and left no aftertaste on the food - A++Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love the idea of this wash. Easy to use. I can't test to see if it works, but I have faith that it does.Published 1 month ago by Proper Lady
This product will NOT simply remove all wax from a piece of fruit or vegetable, as some reviewers seem to believe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Climacus
My holistic doctor suggested that I purchase it. I trust him. It works. I have ordered 3 bottlesPublished 1 month ago by J. Boo
I love seeing all the dirt/wax/yuckiness come off our fruits and veggies when using this!Published 1 month ago by Alyssa R.
This stuff is great. I really feel that it cleans all the wax and other chemicals and germs off the fruit and veggies.Published 2 months ago by Shop Girl
I uses it to wash fruits, mostly blueberries. It does a great job removing the white layers power on the blueberries. Will repurchase.Published 2 months ago by Faithe