Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner Class Action Lawsuit

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Consumers who purchased certain varieties of Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner or other Simple Green products are eligible to claim a share in a $4.35 million class action settlement resolving claims the products are not non-toxic as advertised. Class Members may claim up to $30 without proof of purchase.

HERE IS THE FORM 

The Class consists of anyone who both purchased for personal use, and not for re-sale, one or more of the following Simple Green products in any size or packaging type between May 12, 2016, and May 17, 2021:

  • Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner
  • Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner (Fresh)
  • Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner (Lemon)
  • Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner (Lavender)
  • Simple Green Oxy Solve Total Outdoor Cleaner
  • Simple Green Oxy Solve House and Siding Cleaner
  • Simple Green Oxy Solve Concrete and Driveway Cleaner
  • Simple Green Oxy Solve Deck and Fence Cleaner
  • Simple Green Wash & Wax
  • Simple Green All-Purpose Wipes
  • Simple Green All-Purpose Wipes (Lemon)
  • Simple Green Multi-Purpose Foaming Cleaner
  • Simple Green Carpet Cleaner
  • Simple Green Marine All-Purpose Boat Cleaner
  • Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ & Grill Cleaner
  • Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ & Grill Cleaner (Aerosol)
  • Simple Green Oxy Dog Stain & Odor Oxidizer
  • Simple Green Bio Dog
  • Simple Green Advanced Dog Bio Boost Stain & Odor Remover
  • Simple Green Cat Pet Stain & Odor Remover
  • Simple Green Outdoor Odor Eliminator

In two class action lawsuits, plaintiffs alleged Sunshine Makers Inc., the maker of Simple Green cleaner, violated consumer protection laws by making claims on the products’ labels that the formulas used are “non-toxic.” The class action lawsuits claimed the plaintiffs were economically injured by those claims.