​The focus of the launch is on BIOkleen’s Eco-series, where all products are biodegradable and eco-labelled with Bra Miljöval, developed by BIOkleen's owner, the green chemical company OrganoClick. The agreement with Bauhaus enables BIOkleen to reach an even larger audience of customers and meet the demand from consumers seeking naturally effective and user-friendly products.

“We are very much looking forward to the collaboration with Bauhaus, which strengthens our presence in the DIY market in Sweden. For many years, we have invested in product development to create products that are both effective and biodegradable. We and our customers see a significantly increased demand from both consumers and professional users for more environmentally friendly alternatives, making our range very attractive,” says Robert Weber, CEO of BIOkleen.


Bauhaus is one of Europe's leading DIY store chains and has 270 stores in 19 countries. Bauhaus was established in Sweden in 1997 and is today the market leader in the DIY trade with its 24 stores in the Swedish market. Bauhaus is headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, where the company’s first DIY store was opened in 1960.

About BIOkleen:

BIOkleen is one of Sweden’s leading brands of eco-labeled maintenance products for home owners. “Naturally effective” is the brand's motto. The focus is on minimal environmental impact from production to the finished product. In BIOkleen’s Eco series, all products are biodegradable and labeled with Bra Miljöval. BIOkleen as a brand was established in 1992 and has been part of the OrganoClick group since 2016.

Contact:Robert Weber, CEO BIOkleen Miljökemi AB, robert@biokleen.se, +46(0)70656 6813www.biokleen.se

About OrganoClickOrganoClick is a Swedish green chemical company, founded in 2006. The business concept is to replace hidden plastic and harmful chemicals in fiber-based materials. Based on the group's patented “OrganoClick” technologies, OrganoClick develops, produces and markets a range of products which enable a green transition. Examples of products are the biobased binder OC-BioBinder for the nonwoven industry, the biobased and PFAS-free textile impregnation OrganoTex and the biocide-free wood protection technology OrganoWood. OrganoClick also owns and develops the brand BIOkleen, with a focus on eco-labelled maintenance products for home owners. OrganoClick has received a number of awards, is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market and has its headquarters, production and R&D in Täby, Stockholm. Read more atwww.organoclick.com