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Green Works a Clorox natural cleaner

by Alicia on March 4, 2008 in Cleaning & Cleaners

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Cloroxgreenworksnaturalcleaners Like most parents, it seems like I am always cleaning something. The kitchen counters, the floor, the bath tub, the toilet, etc.  I try to clean when the kids aren’t around but sometimes messes happen while Madelyn is with me and because she won’t stray more than 2 feet from me, using cleaner around her is unavoidable.  I have to clean her little training potty every time she uses it and am so glad that I have Clorox Green Works™ to use instead of a more harsh chemical cleaner. 

The Clorox Green Works™ line includes an all purpose cleaner, a toilet bowl cleaner, glass cleaner, and bathroom cleaner.  I LOVE the glass cleaner.  I tested it just as I would use any glass cleaner and didn’t have a problem with streaks or residue which I have found to be a problem with some other natural cleaners.  I am impressed with the natural scent and no longer dread the ‘chemical head-ache’ I would get while using other cleaners.

Because Green Works™ cleaners are at least 99% natural, I feel comfortable using them around the kids if I have to.  The only ingredient that I think is not necessary is the green colorant but since the ingredients come from renewable resources, are biodegradable and free of petrochemicals I can get past the colorant.  I don’t care what color my natural cleaner is as long as it works. You will pay a little more (minimal) for a natural cleaner but it is worth it for your family’s health and according to Clorox, powerful natural cleaners work as well as conventional cleaners.

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Cara March 5, 2008 at 10:55 pm

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