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Amy Smart Visits Method's Eco-Friendly Pop-Up Store

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Actress Amy Smart stopped by the Method pop-up shop in Chicago on Sunday with her family to pick-up a bunch of eco-friendly cleaning products. They filled up a few reusable “Plastic Bag Rehab” tote bags with goodies including grapefruit all-purpose cleaner, Go Naked all-purpose wipes and the new Smarty Dish automatic dishwashing tablets.

Really digging these Method Pop-Up Shops. Visitors are even encouraged to drop off their toxic chemical cleaners as part of the store’s “toxic turn-in” in exchange for a free method product. If you live near Chicago, check out the store at 2034 N Halsted St between Armitage and Dickens Aves. Open 11am–8pm daily. The store closes October 12th.

Thanks to Danny Seo for the tip!

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