- Versatility: I use it for my sinks, toilets, bath tubs, shower (walls AND glass doors), stove top, and grout. Although I haven’t yet, I know there are lots more uses for this handy powder, and I always add a few drops of my favorite essential oil – peppermint – for some delicious minty smelling bathrooms (choose your own favorite smell!). Everything comes out sparkly and shiny…I have yet to put it to a test that it fails.
- Effective: I am a self-professed clean nut. You could say I am a bit obsessive…especially when it comes to bathrooms and drains (my family and friends can attest to this as I have an annoying habit of cleaning their drains every time I enter their clean homes!) This powder does an exceptional job on every task I put it to.
- Cheap: I purchase this for $1.29 at my local Fred Meyer…and it doesn’t get much more pricey any where I have seen it.
- Environmentally Friendly: No weird ingredients or fragrances, click here to see it all. They also use minimal packaging that is 100% recyclable.
|Before, stained with lots of coffee|
See how I cleaned my kitchen counter below. I loathe tile for kitchen countertops…but it is what we have. Builders!! They certainly don’t think like the person who has to clean the grout where all the food is prepped! This is our coffee corner where our less than fancy coffee carafe undoubtedly dribbles small amounts of coffee every time we pour a cup of coffee (we have YET to figure this annoying mystery out!). It makes for some very stained grout. In about 10 minutes, I had the whole 4 foot section of countertop scrubbed and looking like new again. Seriously, you have to try this stuff!
|getting ready to scrub with an old toothbrush, and little bit of water|
|See the line where I stopped scrubbing? The clean part looks good again!|