As I mentioned earlier this week, my 3 year old daughter can be quite gross. You would think that I’d have plenty of messes to deal with just for the fact that I have three boys. Now don’t get my wrong; my boys are slobs, but they’ve got nothing on my little princess. That girl is my best cleaner upper, but she makes some of the worst messes. I wouldn’t say Bea is a slob, but more of a creative sort.
Beat Household Messes with CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner
Between Bea’s messes and the typical filth that a house encounters after use, I need to have some seriously good cleaning products on hand. I recently discovered CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner, and I have to say that I am impressed. I can be a bit of a skeptic when it comes to how high brands talk their cleaning products up. Is that cleaner really as good as they claim it to be? I can’t speak for everyone, but having tried the CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner on some of my family’s toughest messes, I can say it is working for me!
Now I haven’t had the product for long, so I can’t say if it works on everything. However, I have used it to clean up Bea’s toothpaste and soap messes (some of her favorites), in addition to common mildew and rust spots. I have also taken the product into my kitchen and gave it a whirl in my microwave. One thing that makes CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner different than some of the others I have tried is that it foams more than the others. I think this makes the cleaner work harder. Here are a few claims that the brand boasts:
- Fast acting and powerful
- Cleans quickly and effectively
- Makes short work of stubborn dirt, calcium, lime, hard water stains, and soap scum
- Has the Environment Protection Agency’s “DfE” (Design for the Environment) designation, meaning it’s safer chemistry is not harmful to everyone in your home
Now what mom can’t get on board with accusations such as those? Next up on the list of things to tackle with CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner is my stove top. Wish me luck!
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