Say Goodbye to Plastic, Say Hello to Nada
The revolutionary new way to keep your home – and the planet – sparkling clean.Explore
Just add water. Fill, Fizz, Spray.
Nada packs all the cleaning power you need into one tiny tablet. Simply drop one tablet into one of our reusable Lifetime Bottles, add water, let it fizz, and you’re armed with a super effective, eco-friendly cleaning product.
“I was so impressed with the ingredients, the results and the vision of this amazing brand that I knew I had to have a part of it and bring it to my audience”
Brand Ambassador and Partner
Everything you need to get started with our reusable and refillable single-use plastic free cleaners.Shop Starter Kits
All the cleaning power you need for your home, packed into a tiny eco-friendly tablet.Shop Tablets
We are serious about creating a positive impact and we are committed to sustainability.Shop Starter Kits
- No single-use plastic and no nasties!
- Infinitely reusable lifetime bottle
- 100% Reusable plastic sprayer can be returned to us for recycling
- 100% Recyclable aluminium body & durable paper tubes
- 100% Biodegradable paper-based wrapper
- Nada tablets are naturally powerful and contain zero harmful chemicals
LAUNCH Bonus: Double Tablets
The Nada Starter
- 1x Bathroom Cleaner Refillable Lifetime Bottle & 2x Bathroom Cleaner Refill Tablets
- 1x Glass & Mirror Cleaner Refillable Lifetime Bottle & 2x Glass & Mirror Cleaner Refill Tablets
- 1x Multiple-Surface Cleaner Refillable Lifetime Bottle & 2x Multi-Surface Cleaner Refill Tablets
- 1x Foaming Hand Wash Dispenser & 2x Foaming Hand Wash Refill Tablets
- 1x Laundry Tablet 40 Pack Tube & 1x Dishwasher Tablet 50 Pack Tube
We are serious about creating a positive impact and we are committed to sustainability.
We have also partnered with Trees That Count and 1% Percent for the Planet to help us achieve this mission.Learn More
Our mission is to eliminate single-use plastic packaging from every Kiwi kitchen, laundry and bathroom.
At least 10% of all plastic ever made ends up in our oceans, either in its original form or broken up into harmful micro plastics.Learn More