In todays global household and industrial cleaner market, consumers are demanding more out of the products they purchase and have higher standards for what theyll use. Stiffer competition between manufacturers and a tighter grip on everyday consumers’ wallets has made consumers more fickle in their buying decisions. Companies will be vying to get their customers attention over their competitors and will need products that meet and exceed their expectations to stand out. 

Household and Industrial Cleaners Market Trends 

Whether your company operates in the global household or global industrial cleaner market, you can expect to see the markets value rise significantly. Both markets are primed to grow, but just how much is each market expected to grow and what trends are leading the way? Lets check it out. 

Household Cleaners 

The household cleaner market can be described as a largely mature market thats expected to see some dynamic growth moving toward 2028. 

After an 18.2% increase from 2019, the market was valued at $221.3 billion, and its expected to grow another 6.5% year over year to $235.8 billion in 2021. By 2028, the market is projected to be worth $320.8 billion. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized household cleaners and disinfectants being used around homes, offices, and several other spaces, and more consumers have been buying into this new normal. Consumers, however, have high standards for the products they will ultimately buy.

Consumers today are looking for products that are eco-friendly and safe to keep around their homes. For instance, with approximately 70% of European landfills expected to be full by 2025, theres a desire from consumers to see products that help slow that pace. Consumers desire products that dont include harmful chemicals or ingredients, too. Being transparent about the ingredients included is necessary to stay competitive. 

household and industrial cleaner ingredients Consumers have become increasingly more concerned with the ingredients in their cleaning products.

Vented liners are one solution that can help companies reduce the amount of plastic used for their container, which can lead to less waste ending up in landfills. 

As consumers shift their buying habits online, eCommerce is expected to lead the way for the global market growth of household cleaners through 2026. Customers can now find more competitive prices online through third-party services like Amazon and other online retailers. Online stores provide convenience to customers shopping on the go, which has led some consumers away from brick-and-mortar stores. 

Geographically, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to see the most growth globally in this market as its gross domestic product growth will outpace that of the rest of the world, at 5.8% growth for the Asia-Pacific regions and an average growth of 5% for the world. 

Industrial Cleaners

While the global industrial cleaner market isnt expected to see as significant growth as its household cleaner counterpart, the market will still see modest gains. 

In 2016, the industrial cleaner market was valued at $53.7 billion, but that value is expected to increase by nearly 30% by 2023, to $69.7 billion. Four years later, in 2027, the industrial cleaner market will hold a projected value of $76.4 billion. 

One factor propelling this market growth has been caused by a more robust use of intermediate bulk containers (IBC) across the world.  

Household and Industrial Cleaners IBCs Intermediate bulk containers are being used more widely across the globe, causing growth in the household and industrial cleaner
industries.

Growth in the use of industrial cleaners has also been possible as a byproduct of the COVID-19 pandemic. A larger focus on preventing the spread of diseases and viruses has led to a greater need for these types of products in institutional settings. This increase is expected to continue. 

Beyond these trends, customer demands, like longer shelf life and moisture or spillage control, have created a new standard for companies to meet. 

Lastly, product innovation and features, as well as the products quality and cost, all remain vital to where a company stands in the consumers eye. Check out our latest webinar to learn more. 

Household and Industrial Dispensing Options 

With growth on the horizon, companies will want to ensure they have top-of-the-line packaging for their products. Theyll need to keep the consumers ease of use and higher standards in mind to stay competitive. 

MJS Packaging offers many dispensing options for household and industrial cleaning products. We are highlighting just a few of them in this post.

Dispensing Pumps 

MJS Packaging offers two white dispensing pumps with an 11-inch dip tube. One pump has an output of 1oz. and the other pump has an output of 1.25oz. Both pumps have a 38-400 neck finish. 

These pumps are commonly paired with MJS Packagings one-gallon bottles and make great dispensing solutions for household and industrial cleaning products.

MJS Dispensing Pumps MJS Packaging's dispensing pumps are best used with household and industrial cleaning products.

Spigot 

MJS Packaging also stocks a white PP dispensing spigot that makes a great solution for dispensing containers carrying household chemicals, like detergents, and industrial chemicals.

dispensing spigot The PP white dispensing spigot is best used for products in the household and industrial chemicals industry.

These items are ready to ship (FOB Livonia) and were here to answer any questions you have. Contact MJS Packaging today or talk with one of our knowledgeable packaging solutions specialists by calling (800) 915-2262.