Grapefruit Multi-Surface Cleaner Spray


Natural Fragrance · Biodegradable Formula · Plant-based · Eco-Friendly · Recycled & Recyclable Plastic

Keep your surfaces sparkly clean and sanitised with Wilton London's planet-loving surface cleaners. Wilton London have ditched a load of nasty chemicals and replaced them with a bunch of naturally derived alternatives. Lots of lovely essential oils are included, which not only smell great, but are also known for their antibacterial and antiviral properties. 

Bottle made with recycled and easily recyclable plastic.

Large bottle - 725ml

The Grapefruit scent is fresh and zingy, but don't be mistaken for thinking this is anything like the nasty chemical laden scents in most cleaning products. Wilton London use a combination of grapefruit, petitgrain and orange oil to create a really luxy scent. It's really special. 

Registered with Vegan Society

That means the Vegan Society have checked Wilton London meet their strict standards. No GMO, no Animal derived ingredients and they don't test on animals (how could you!?). 

It's really easy to use. 

Turn nozzle to 'SPRAY'. Spray onto surface and wipe clean with a clean cloth. Turn nozzle to 'OFF' after use.

Suitable for most sealed surfaces, but every surface is different so we strongly recommend testing on an inconspicuous spot first.



<5% non-ionic surfactants*, parfum*[Includes: Petitgrain oil, Grapefruit oil, Orange oil], Contains benzisothiazolinone (Preservative), limonene*, linalool*. *Denotes naturally derived. 

We love Wilton London at Natural Isle because their mission is to make doing the chores less of a chore while helping us all to reduce our impact on the environment. Sam & Mike, the Founders, have designed a range of botanical scents where essential oils sit centre stage, so our homes and laundry can smell amazing! Wilton London are a certified BCorp Business, use recycled and recyclable plastic in their bottles, all their formulas are biodegradable, they do not test on animals and they are registered with the Vegan Society - what’s not to love?