Splosh Lets Consumers Take on the Task of Diluting its Product with Water

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 30, 2015
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Splosh imagines what cleaning routines might be like if water, unnecessary packaging and supermarkets were removed from the point at which a consumer acquires a product.

Rather than supplying a heavy bottle to consumers that's mostly filled with water, Splosh uses small dissolvable sachets of cleaning concentrate. When it's time to clean, all a consumer needs to do is empty the sachet into a bottle, add hot tap water and wait a few minutes for the mixture to settle.

Using this unique cleaning system, Splosh sells a range of products from laundry detergents and conditioners to dishwashing liquids, home cleaners and hand soaps directly from its website to people in the UK. By adopting Splosh's novel cleaning system, it's estimated that CO2 transport emissions can be reduced by 95 percent.