Method Cleaning Products are Toxic in Class Action Settlement!



Method Cleaning Products are very popular items sold in Target Stores and other big shopping spots.  So, if you are a Method Cleaning Products user, you’ll want to make sure to check out this Class Action Lawsuit against SC Johnson.

 SC Johnson has been targeted with a new Class Action Lawsuit claiming their Method Cleaning Products are harmful and toxic.  So, according to this Class Action Lawsuit, Method Cleaning Products are marketed as non-toxic.  However, many customers look at Cleaning Products based on marketing.  These are marketed as non-toxic and because of it are priced higher then normal Cleaning Products.  However, there have been a few different ingredients found in these products that make the claim their products are Non-Toxic false.  Have you purchased these items during this epidemic to keep your household clean?

This Settlement has finally come to an agreement and you can earn yourself $10 with no proof needed!  So, this will include anyone living in the United States who purchased certain Method cleaning products with “non-toxic” labels in the United States between May 14, 2016, and May 13, 2021.   If you purchased any of the following you can earn your $10!   The deadline to submit a Method settlement claim form is Nov. 1, 2021.  And you can submit your claim from our CLAIM NOW button below!

Did you buy the following method cleaning products?

  • All-Purpose Cleaner
  • Squirt + Mop Hard Floor Cleaner
  • All-Purpose Cleaner for Dog
  • Bathroom Cleaner
  • All-Purpose Cleaner for Cat
  • Wood for Good Daily Clean
  • All-Purpose Cleaning Wipes
  • Dish Soap, Method Smarty Dish
  • All-Purpose Cleaning Wipes for Dog
  • Smarty Dish Plus
  • All-Purpose Cleaning Wipes for Cat
  • PowerDish
  • Squirt + Mop Wood Floor Cleaner
  • Daily Granite Cleaner
  • Foaming Bathroom Cleaner
  • Stainless Steel Polish
  • Glass + Surface Cleaner
  • Heavy Duty Degreaser
  • Wood for Good Polish
  • Daily Shower Cleaner