Get a greener clean - with tablets!

Liquid soaps and cleaning solutions that are shipped and sold in plastic bottles, are a recipe for creating excess greenhouse gas and plastic pollution. There’s a better way: Nature Lake tablets!
With our system you save money, reduce your carbon footprint, and get a truly sparkling clean. Sound too good to be true? The facts back us up.

Using the Nature Lake System

Using tablet based cleaners is simple, eco-friendly, and highly effective. In three simple steps, your cleaning spray is ready to go.

Water Faucet

1. Fill with water

Fill any 16 to 32 oz. spray bottle with warm water
Tablets

2. Add tablets

Empty packet contents into bottle and let dissolve
Spray Bottle

3. Get cleaning

Just attach the top and you're ready to spray

Why tablets are good for you, your home and the planet

Get sparkling results, fast

We’ve all been sold the promise that pre-diluted cleaning solution is more convenient, saving stress and time.

A Nature Lake tablet dissolves in minutes, creating a full bottle of cleaning solution. Put another way, by the time you’ve grabbed a cleaning cloth and prepared a surface for spraying, everything is ready to go.

Ditch the “convenience” of higher prices, higher carbon emissions and plastic in landfills. And do it without sacrificing on sparkling clean results. That’s the Nature Lake promise.

Shipping water is a waste

The largest ingredient in every pre-mixed cleaning solution or soap is water. The same water that comes out of the tap in your home.

Water is dense and heavy to ship. When compared to an ultra-lightweight, dry tablet, the difference in greenhouse gas emissions during shipping is astounding.

Shipping one 32-oz. bottle of premixed cleaning solution generates around 200 times more carbon pollution than shipping one Nature Lake tablet.[1]

Break the harmful cycle of “pay and throw away”

The average U.S. consumer spends $185 a year on cleaning supplies.[2]. Even if just a third of that is spent on pre-diluted liquid cleaning solution, that’s up to 6 plastic sprayer bottles per person per year.

Each bottle costs you between $10-$15, but it goes straight into the trash once it’s emptied. And with processing capacity limited, only 29% of PET and HDPE bottles actually get recycled.[3]

The result? Billions of dollars wasted and more than 1.5 billion plastic bottles thrown out year. With Nature Lake tablets, that waste can finally be put to an end.

Love your lakes and waterways

Companies that mix and bottle their cleaning solutions at the factory can hurt local water resources and aquifers. In extreme cases, bottling factories depleting water to the point where local residents are affected and the environment suffers.

We’re based in Minnesota, and we’re deeply protective of our 10,000 lakes. We’re proud that our tablet- based cleaners and soaps place no pressure on local water resources.

We also formulate our products to avoid harmful chemicals that can hurt aquatic ecosystems.

Even our packaging is worth celebrating

How many times have we seen products marketed as eco-friendly, but packaged and shipped in materials that are anything but? It’s frustrating, and leaves us feeling companies are simply trying to cash-in on a trend without understanding the values behind it.

We knew our customers wanted a better option, and we knew we had a prime opportunity to give them that. That’s why, from the day we launched, we focused on developing packaging that is biodegradable, recycled, recyclable or reusable.

It’s just part of our commitment: Less plastic. All the clean!

A complete cleaning solution

With Nature Lake products, we want you to be able to clean anything. Whatever the surface, whatever the mess, indoors or out. That's why we're always learning more about our customers' needs and expanding our line of tablet-based cleaners.

Keep an eye on our website and our social media to stay up-to-date on every new product we launch. There's a lot in the works, and we can't wait to share it all.

Does our kind of clean sound like YOUR kind of clean? We'd love to hear more!