It’s officially Spring, which means it’s time to open up the windows, let cool air flow in and do a little Spring cleaning. But before you reach into the back of the cabinet for the same cleaning supplies, perhaps you should try out something new.
Here are five simple and inexpensive products to check out.
1. The Cobra Plastic Drain stick
Have a gross, slimy, hairy drain? The Cobra plastic drain stick is a fast and easy way to clear clogged and slow running drains. You can use it on sinks, showers and bathtubs.
Works great, totally reusable – I wore rubber cleaning gloves and easily pulled off the hair and gunk. So much better than chemical drain cleaners.
2. Method All-Purpose Cleaner
Grease and grime don’t stand a chance against this cleaner. Each squirt delivers a powerful cleaning punch, leaving nothing behind but the pleasant scent of victory.
Messy Dog? Fear no mess with Method All-Purpose Cleaner!
3. Amodex Laundry Stain Remover
Children rack up a lot of stains over the course of just a day. The Amodex Laundry Stain Remover provides one solution. This non-toxic soap formula removes food, grease, grass, clay, and other difficult stains including permanent ink.
I have been using Amodex for over 10 years! I recommend it to anyone who is trying to remove a sharpie stain.
4. Style Selections Vinegar All-Purpose Cleaner
The acetic acid, the active ingredient in Style Selections cleaning vinegar, is what makes the product clean so well. It’s great for giving windows and mirrors a streak free shine, by removing those hard water stains.
5. Seventh Generation Free and Clear Liquid Dish Detergent
Tough on dirty dishes, not the hands that wash them. Free and Clear-Seventh Generation Dish Soap cuts through grease and powers away tough residue.