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Out with the old and in with the new! That's my motto when Spring Cleaning. I am getting rid of all of my old and worn things and replacing them with new and improved things. That includes includes my cleaning products. Just because a brand is well-known, doesn't mean it's a brand that is better than all others. I try to keep this in mind when I am choosing new products for my home. I've learned that some of the best gems come from small companies that are passionate about their products. It is my job to bring these companies to YOU! So sit back, read, enjoy, and begin shopping!
So, my mother is moving into my home. We needed to transform our guest room into a bedroom. Like any woman, my mom has A LOT of clothes. She needed plenty of storage space for her clothes, so we bought new dressers and did some reorganizing in our house. We wanted our old dressers to look as good as new, so we cleaned the glass and mirrors with Greenwald's Glass & Hard Surface Cleaner.
The first thing that you will notice about this cleaner is that is doesn't come in a full bottle. Your order will include a 32 oz spray bottle with 6 packets of the cleaning solution. You get to make your own cleaner! Well, not really, but you mix it all together and it is pretty darn cool! All you do is fill your 32-oz spray bottle, drop one packet into the bottle, let it sit for a minute, and then shake the bottle. You will see the blue solution dissolve into the bottle of water. That's it! Your solution is really to use!
It works REALLY well! I love that the scent isn't harsh. You don't need to wear a mask or cover your eyes because of the chemicals (like with an ever so popular name brand). It removes dust, smears, smudges, stains, grime, and just about anything else that you can think of! Our dressers and mirrors looked PERFECT afterward.
I recommend Greenwald's Glass & hard Surface cleaner for anyone looking for a cleaner that is less harsh and more effective!
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