Last weekend, Mr. Twingle and I got our clean on. We were hosting Easter dinner on Saturday and the weather was perfect for that Spring clean.
It was a great opportunity for us to put Green Works® cleaners to the test.
I tackled bathrooms and windows while Mr. Twingle worked on floors and walls.
Usually when I do a bathroom I have to open the window and turn on the fan to air out the awful cleanser, chemical smell. So I was pleasantly surprised when I coated the toilet bowl with the Green Works® toilet bowl cleaner and my senses weren't assaulted by harsh chemical smells. In fact, the smell was pleasant and floral; and I liked it! It did a great job at cleaning up the toilet bowl without a huge amount of scrubbing.
I then went to work on the sink, counter and fixtures using the Green Works® Bathroom Cleaner. I was very pleased with how well it actually cleaned up the soap film and toothpaste globs from the kids' bathroom sink.
The Green Works® glass cleaner was fabulous! I loved the light, almost citrusy, smell. It left a streak-free clean on my mirrors and windows and actually left a beautiful shine on all the faucets...who knew?!
It's hard to describe how disgusting the kids' bathroom can get. But let me say a 7 year old boy standing to pee has little control over aim. Add to that the fact that they 'raspberry' their toothpaste all over the sink, counter, mirror and walls when brushing their teeth; cleaning their bathroom is no small job.
Green Works® products stood up to the test! It made cleaning seem like a breeze and I love these botanical-based cleaners. I think it's pretty safe to say that I will be making the switch to Green Works® for all my cleaning needs.
One lucky reader can also put Green Works® to the test in their home. We've randomly selected a winner from our Green Works Giveaway using Random.org and the winner is: Glogirl! Congratulations. We will be emailing you shortly.
Disclosure – I am participating in the Green Works program. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. This is a personal blog. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of The Clorox Company of Canada Ltd.