Kim Kardashian can't stop talking about this eco-friendly 'Shark Tank' product

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Kim Kardashian-West is no stranger when it comes to dishing about her personal life on social media and beyond.

Whether you're a fan of the SKIMS founder or not, it's hard to deny her dedication to always speaking candidly and openly about the things that she's craving, buying or interested in -- even when it comes to something as seemingly simple as cleaning products.

The reality star took it to Twitter on Monday to ask her followers about a product she saw on the fan-favorite competition show, 'Shark Tank':

"Who else watches the show Shark Tank and orders the product online? I just saw these good cleaning products and I hope they work," Kardashian tweeted, "They seem amazing and exactly what we need for our planet! Gonna send you a link to see if anyone has tried them. I want to know if they really work."

We love Kardashian-West's dedication to knowing as much as she can about a product before purchasing it, but something tells us it shouldn't make too much of a dent in her bank account if she ends up opting for other cleaning supplies.

The mother of four followed up in a second tweet, linking to the actual line of products she hoped to see success with called Blue Land:

The eco-friendly cleaning company offers customers varying sizes of cleaning kits and supplies that consist of nickel-sized tablets (that activate when mixed with water) and reusable cleaning bottles that give customers $2 refills for life.

Here are some of our favorite products offered by Blue Land:

Blue Land Hand Soap Starter Set (1 Signature Glass Bottle, 1 Foaming Hand Soap Tablet Iris Agave Scent), $12

Blue Land The Clean Essentials (3 Reusable Cleaning Bottles, 1 Reusable Foaming Hand Soap Bottle, 4 Tablets), $38

Kardashian-West also gave an honorable mention to another 'Shark Tank' contestant on the same episode that she had actually met before with her family:

The sad face emoji says it all!