Our History 

Tortuga Lab was founded to create a cleaner and healthier environment for everyone. We noticed that traditional cleaning products were filled with harsh chemicals and wasteful packaging, and we wanted to change that.


Our journey began with extensive research and development as we worked to find a sustainable solution that would be just as effective as traditional cleaning methods. After years of hard work, we finally developed our eco-friendly cleaning solution that uses electrolysis to generate safe cleaning solutions for the environment.


We are launching our first product line this year, and we’ve been committed to educating and informing the public about the benefits of using eco-friendly cleaning products. We’ve also been working to connect with like-minded individuals who share our passion for the environment and want to make a positive impact.


As our brand grew, we received testimonials from customers who have experienced the positive impact of our products on their health and the environment. We’re proud to have made a difference in the lives of so many people and to have played a small part in creating a cleaner and healthier world.


We are constantly working to improve our product and to be more sustainable, and we are committed to reducing the environmental impact of our production and logistics. We look forward to continuing our journey and making an even more significant impact in the future.


Thank you for choosing Tortuga Lab and being part of our mission to create a cleaner and healthier world.

Reduced waste and cost savings from not having to purchase disposable cleaning supplies

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Cleaning Solution Generator

Join the Clean Green Challenge and make a difference in the environment by switching to eco-friendly cleaning products.

  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), cleaning products are among the top five categories of toxic air pollutants.
  • The use of cleaning products can also contribute to water pollution, as the chemicals in these products can end up in rivers, lakes, and oceans.