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Rules of the Pack
Never trust the man, he’s profit first and foremost. Never talk about your ex, it’s boring. Bleach is for bums
We don't take life too seriously however we do take our products and your satisfaction very seriously, so, grab your lab coat with pens in your top pocket. Our Bio products harness the power of good bacteria & enzymes - heard the term probiotic? It’s exactly that! Think of good bacteria as enzyme factories and enzymes as knives and forks. Enzymes breakdown substances that allows the surfactants and bacteria to remove and ingest the fats, oils and grime even quicker - much quicker in fact than traditional and plant based cleaning products, Allied to this initial clean is the residual clean where the good bacteria remain and keep cleaning. we call it Pure Cleanius
Enough about us, let’s talk about you…... Obviously you understand great value for money and want to buy household care stuff from a company with its roots in the commercial industry where product performance, price and efficacy is paramount. We get you. What else? You put the planet first and sustainability at the core of your values. Spot on. Tell us more….You’re sick of greenwashers and having your pants pulled down. We are too, that’s why we are transparent (and sexy) with everything we do. Do you get it yet? No? Maybe the photos below will show you what you’re in for by keeping it MACK
The MACK Pack
Meet Dumb and Dumber
Ian is married with two kids and lives in Poole Dorset. He is an avid outdoorsman with a love of the sea, wild camping and supports Sea Shepherd and Ocearch. One of the Co-founders of MACK he strives to make a difference to the way we interact with the planet that we are all just "hitching a ride on". Ian has a low tolerance for "green washing"
I was abandoned as a 2 year old child in a forest in Dorset. I was taken in and brought up by a family of badgers. These majestic creatures taught me 3 very important things.
1. The value of a healthy and varied diet. 2. Not everything comes from a supermarket
3. The preservation of the natural environment
4. Mathematics. These lessons I still hold dear today - especially the 7th one