Girl in turquoise sweater standing in the street full of bubbles
three Method gel handwash soap bottles

can a
cleaning
company

change
the world? your mind? the future?

Surely not.

But then —
why not?

With a little creativity and a heap of conviction, we can do big things.

Preferably while wearing a rainbow and smelling like sunshine.

We can shake up the status quo. Rethink, redesign, reimagine. We can make cleaning that’s fabulously future-friendly.

At method, we believe
the good fight can be good fun.

Surely not.

Blue and ping method handsoap bottles

But then —
why not?

With a little creativity and a heap of conviction, we can do big things.

Preferably while wearing a rainbow and smelling like sunshine.

purple Method soap bottle

We can shake up the status quo. Rethink, redesign, reimagine. We can make cleaning that’s fabulously future-friendly.

At method, we believe the good fight can be good fun.

green Method soap bottle

meet our future friendly suds

Method Aluminum violet + lavender bottle

meet our future friendly suds

radically refillable aluminum

we've been pumping out soap + hope since 2001.

from the bathtub to abrighter tomorrow. image

from the bathtub to a
brighter tomorrow.

our founders, eric ryan and adam lowry, mixed up their first batch of bright beautiful bubbles in their very own tub, with a future-focused mission to change the way we clean house.

our first 100% recycledplastic (PCR) bottle image

our first 100% recycled
plastic (PCR) bottle

our first-of-its kind bottle turned the handwash category on its head. and yes, while our pumps aren’t made from recycled content, it’s high on our to-do list.

LEED Platinumcertified factory image

LEED Platinum
certified factory

our southside soapbox earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum Certification in new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council. While not all our products are made there, we’re pumped about our impact.

method X SF MOMAlimited edition image

method X SF MOMA
limited edition

our 2019 "glass for good" effort supported SF MOMA’s education programs that benefit 60,000 students, teachers + families.

method X Creative Growthlimited edition image

method X Creative Growth
limited edition

creative growth, a nonprofit art center serving adults with disabilities, shares our belief that creativity can be a powerful agent for change.

method X Eating Rainbows image

method X Eating Rainbows

we’re proud to support Eating Rainbows. this Pride celebration benefits Brave Space Alliance, the first black-led, trans-led LGBTQ center on Chicago’s South Side, which is also home to our soap factory.

hey future,
let's be friends.

  • made without parabens or phthalates.

  • cruelty free. tested by people, not on animals.

  • we challenge ourselves to progress our packaging, like increasing post-consumer recycled content and now, aluminum

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