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Method all purpose floor cleaner rhubarb 739ml

£4.00

  • 739ml Method Rhubarb floor cleaner
  • Safe for all floors, safe for the planet.
  • Power green technology cuts grease and grime
  • 100% recycled plastic bottles and never tested on animals
  • Non toxic and no-wax

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About this product

Method’s Wild Rhubarb scented All Floor Cleaner, is a fruity fragranced, non-toxic and biodegradable floor cleaning solution. Method, who is easily recognised for their innovative and creative approach to cleaning products. They are also a Certified B Corporation which means that they meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance.

Easy cleaning

This product works well with a flat headed mop (example). You can effortlessly use it on any floor in your house without needing a bucket of water. Simply squirt this cleaner directly onto your dirty floor and mop it in long strokes to get the job done in a matter of minutes.

Did you know

The Rhubarb Triangle

Many of us have heard of the Bermuda Triangle, but did you know there is a Rhubarb Triangle and that it’s in England. It is a 9 square mile (23 km2) triangle in West Yorkshire, England between Wakefield, Morley and Rothwell, famous for producing early forced rhubarb (source). Like champagne or Stilton cheese before it, ‘Yorkshire forced rhubarb’ has Protected Designation of Origin status (PDO).

First mention of rhubarb in English literature

One of, if not the earliest mention of rhubarb in English literature comes in 1390 when it is mentioned in Huchowne’s aka Little Hugh’s, ‘Pistel of Swete Susan’ where he says:

“…Columbyne and charuwé clottes thei creve,
With ruwe and rubarbe ragget ariht’

“…caraway flourishing in clumps
rue; rhubarb; ragged in the right way

(Source, source, source, source).

Rhubarb more expensive than cocaine?

Rhubarb had been used as a laxative in Chinese medicine since ancient times (source). The silk road traveller and merchant Marco Polo is credited with introducing the crop to Europe in the 13th Century. By 1657 the plants medicinal values were so lauded and in such demand in England, that it command three times the price of Opium (the main ingredient in cocaine) (source).

 

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