Citric acid anhydrous, sodium bicarbonate, lactose, polyethylene glycol, benzokonium chloride, ethanol, sodium benzoate, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid disodium salt, fragrance
CHANGE hand sanitiser kills 99.9% of germs without the single-use plastic or strong alcohol. They've been able to compress it into a neat tablet which dissolves in water to create an antibacterial hand sanitiser.
Quickly dissolves and kills 99.9% of germs
Easy to use
Minimal plastic packaging
How to Use
Fill up your foaming pump bottle (for solution to foam it must be used in a foaming pump bottle) with 250ml of warm water. Drop in the CHANGE hand sanitiser tablet and leave for 5 to 10 minutes or until fully dissolved. Once dissolved you can start cleaning.
How does it work?
Each tablet is a concentrated cleaning solution. By adding warm water the tablet dissolves and creates the cleaning product.
What makes CHANGE plastic-free?
We have tried extremely hard to reduce as much single-use plastic as possible. The only bits of single-use plastics used are the stickers to keep the packaging sealed.
What makes CHANGE better for the environment?
Firstly, there's a huge reduction in plastic used in production and packaging which dramatically reduces waste the tablets are lightweight which reduces our carbon footprint in the distribution and production of the product.
Do I need sterilised water to dissolve the tablet?
No, tap water is fine. Just make sure the water is warm to hot.
Can I use cold water to dissolve the tablet?
Yes you can however, the tablet will dissolve slowly. The formula works best in warmer water.
Do I need to shake the bottle to dissolve the tablet?
No, the tablet will dissolve on its own.
How much solution does 1 tablet make?
The hand sanitiser, mutli-purpose and glass tablets make 300ml of cleaning solution. The water bottle cleaner can be added to a maximum of 1 litre of water and you only need 1 washing machine tablet for machines under 10L. Machines larger than 10L will require 2 tablets per clean.
Are the ingredients natural?
The tablets are made from a base of Sodium Bicarbonate (bicarb soda) however, there are some very tiny amounts of certain ingredients that we cannot classify as natural.
Is it safe to use?
Yes, it is safe. It has been thoroughly tested under Australian Standards. We do stress that to meet these standards we must include all the scary warnings and safety criteria.
My cleaner has little pieces at the bottom of the bottle
That’s OK, it’s simply a little bit of undissolved debris from the tablet. This doesn’t affect how it cleans, simply give the bottle a quick shake before spraying
Is CHANGE hypoallergenic?
CHANGE is not certified hypoallergenic.
Is CHANGE cruelty Free
Yes, no animals have been harmed in the production of CHANGE - only germs.
What certifications does CHANGE have?
We have the legal certifications but no endorsement certifications just yet since we’re so new to Australia. We’re onto getting our products certified by the right people. Stay tuned.
Are the cleaners anti bacterial?
Yes, they sure are.
Why do the ingredients have so many numbers?
Some the ingredients have patented names so we refer to it by the patented name.
What makes the product work?
We use active cleaning ingredients that have been formulated to be easily dissolved in water. Surfactants reduce surface tension to effectively lift up bacteria and viruses from surfaces and skin to easily wash or wipe them away. Boerol is also great it since it can be dissolved in water and still maintain its ability to remove grease and grime.
Is the packaging recyclable?
The refill packs and starter kit boxes are 100% recyclable. Simply pop it into your cardboard recycling bin. As for the tablet wrappers, this is where it gets a bit tricky. To ensure the tablet doesn’t become damaged we use a mixture of foil and paper wrapping. Both materials can be recycled however, in Australia the wrapper will need to be separated and cycled in specialised facilities.
Can I buy the tablets individually?
No, Change tablets are only available in pack of 4 or 8.
Meet the Supplier
Changing the way people clean one tablet at a time
The facts are black and white, plastic pollution is a real problem. Plastic can be found everywhere. From the deepest parts of the ocean to the remote parts of the Antarctic.
A quick walk down the supermarket cleaning isle and you’ll be hit with a sea of plastic packaging. Why do we use single-use plastic every time we need to buy cleaning products?
Something needed to change which is why we created CHANGE. We wanted to disrupt the market and give people a cleaning product without the single-use plastic.
Being lightweight also reduces our carbon footprint in production and distribution making it a better product for you and your planet.
Cleaning tablets are the new way to clean. No need to buy heavy bottles from the store and no more useless single-use plastic every time you need to buy a cleaning product. What makes them so much better than traditional cleaning products?
CHANGE uses recyclable paper packaging with a huge reduction in single-use plastic. The only bits of plastic they use are in the tablet packet lining (to keep the tablet dry) which can be separated from the paper layer and recycled. The other bit of plastic is the sticker they use to keep the pouch closed. By law they were required to ensure their package is sealed. That's it. Everything else is paper or reusable plastic. Less plastic means less waste that could end up in our oceans.
Since their product is lighter and doesn't use water, there's much less CO2 produced in the production and transport of the product. Think about the weight and space involved with transporting traditional cleaners moving litres of water.
Water is precious. We aren't pumping water from communities who may need it into our product then shipping it away. CHANGE uses much less water in production and the water used by you can be used from a much better and sustainable source.
All CHANGE packaging can be recycled (except for the little sticker to secure the packet) The boxes and pouches can be thrown into the regular paper recycle bin. The bottle can be pulled apart and recycled and the tablet packets layers can be pulled apart and placed in a Red-cycle facility and paper recycling.
Just because they're better for the planet doesn't mean they've sacrificed cleaning ability. CHANGE tablets have been trialled and tested to clean and clean well.
Coming in a just less than $2 a tablet for 300ml of cleaning solution it works out to be more cost effective than the leading supermarket brands.