Basic H2 & Shaklee Information Page
For 50 years, Shaklee has quietly led the way in environmental stewardship and support of social causes.
Founded in 1956, shaklee is the first company in the world to obtain climate neutral certification and totally offset its co2 emissions, resulting in a net zero impact on the environment.
Basic G demo. ”G” stands for “germicide”. Basic G kills
Basic G has a warnings on the label mandated by the EPA. The label scares some people, but please keep in mind, the label is referencing the product at full strength. We received the following comment from the company regarding concerns about Basic G:
“None of the Get Clean products or Basic G contain the toxins referenced in the Get Clean material-Napthalene, petroleum distillates, ammonia, etc.
Basic-G is not part of the Get Clean line. Basic-G is an EPA certified germicide, which means labeling must contain EPA mandated warnings. All EPA certified germicides must contain this wording. As far as Basic-G and being harmful is concerned, the product is harmful to the many pathogens against which the product is certified to be effective. It is NOT harmful to humans or animals when used as directed.”
Basic G is a germicide registered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. Any product strong enough to kill organisms must be used with respect for the powerful product that it is. It is not flammable, like spray disinfectants, nor does it produce noxious fumes like bleach. It also kills more pathogens than bleach or aerosol sprays.
List of pathogens Basic G was clinically proven to kill: BasicGPathogen