When it comes to Cleaning the following list is products we can manufacture.
|Furniture polish||Glass Cleaner|
|Mildew cleaner||De –scaler|
|Toilet cleaner||Washing up liquid|
|Oven cleaner||Laundry detergent|
CAN COSMETICS LAB MAKE CLEANERS?
We have the drive to work with our clients and bring their product concept to life, and with over fifteen years of experience in manufacturing a vast array of different kinds of products - we're very confident in our ability! We're able to create many different chemical-based cleaners, and we're also able to look into manufacturing products that are less harsh than traditional cleaners yet just as effective.
HAVE WE MADE CLEANERS BEFORE?
We have an extensive customer list which ranges in a variety of product types, including cleaning materials. We have worked with companies such as Chemlink and Akzo Nobel Chemicals You can see more about this on our brand library page.
Whilst we can manufacture traditional cleaning products using common ingredients; we highly value sustainability. Many of our clients choose to work with us knowing that we’re able to provide an ethically sourced product with minimal negative impacts on the environment. This is a common problem for cleaning products, as many of the ingredients can be harmful to the environment, so we're happy to look at eco-friendly products with you should this be a route you're wanting to take.
Many of our clients choose to return to work with us again due to our crystal clear communication, commitment to sustainability and drive to create the highest quality products.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS OF MANUFACTURING A CLEANER LIKE?
We’ve created a dedicated process page to give you clarity and transparency on the process. Cosmetic Labs may be the silent partner in your business, but we will work with you the whole way. Alongside being able to offer products ranging from haircare, skincare, cosmetics, oils, fragrance and more – we can also offer to manufacture your product as a white-label manufacturer or a private label manufacturer. If you’re not too sure about the difference, we’ve made a blog explaining it so you can decide what is right for you.