The WARHORSE Mission

The primary goal of WARHORSE is to offer true alternatives to weak green cleaners or toxic ones that will eat the paint off the wall--your skin too--and damage the environment. We're not perfect, but we've designed some high performing, naturally aggressive products that are fiercely kind to you, your family, staff, pets, and business. We REALLY get hyped when we can help our agriculture and farming families.  Plus, providing concentrated and bulk sizes help with industrial pollution by tackling cleaning jobs on a large scale and protecting the environment with safer solutions.



Warhorse’s dedication to community is reflected in the local organizations we support through product 

  • Foothills Humane SocietyFoothills Humane Society (FHS) is a non-profit, open-admission, adoption-guarantee animal welfare organization serving the rural foothills of Polk County, North Carolina. We know first hand how this shelter saves neglected animals and helps grow happier families with new furry friends. 


Warhorse products are certified by:

The Non GMO Project: Contains NO ingredients that are "genetically modified organisms.” (Plants or animals that have been genetically engineered with DNA from bacteria, viruses, and other animals and plants.)

Blue Ridge Naturally (BRN): NO microbial, metals, or pesticides toxicity per FDA or EPA limits, as verified at least every two years per product by a BRN-recognized third party testing laboratory. No GMO, synthetic, or artificial inputs are used in these products.

Got To Be NC Agriculture: Promotes North Carolina's agricultural bounty to consumers in the state, across the country, and around the world.

WARHORSE Multi Purpose and Leather Cleaners are USDA Certified BioPreferred 90%, providing an alternative to conventional petroleum derived products. These products are derived from plants and other renewable agriculture, such as marine, and forestry materials.

The vegetable glycerin in our pet, horse, and humans soaps is sourced from a member company of the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil, which developed environmental and social criteria to minimize the effects of primary forest deforestation and impact on communities.