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Thursday, June 25, 2015
Greenwald's Glass and Hard Surface Cleaner AND Carpet and Fabric Stain Remover Review
Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links.
I received both Greenwald's Glass and Window Cleaner Kit and Carpet, Upholstery & Fabric Stain Remover Kit, in exchange for honest review.
Each kit comes with the bottle, the squirt nozzle, and 6 water soluble, concentrated, cleaning packs.
I used the glass cleaner on my counter top in the bathroom, the fixtures, and my mirror. I used the carpet stain remover on smaller, recent, stains on my bedroom floor. The glass cleaner has a built in doohickey, which helps prevent streaks and fingerprints. I been using the glass cleaner in my bathroom on a regular basis. The glass cleaner does not have a strong smell like windex. Both products have a light scent. I either use a cloth for glass cleaning or just spray and go.
For the carpets, the cleaner worked better on more recent stains, versus the deeper stains, which been here before I moved in. It did pick up dirt well off my floor. I may try some of the cleaner in my carpet cleaner, when I clean the carpet in the game room/brad bedroom and the steps this weekend.
To use each product, you add the cleaning pack(s) to each bottle with water. Then, wait a few minutes, shake, and then spray. The nozzles are adjustable to the speed needed. You can move from a light drizzle to a heavier flow for cleaning.
The nozzles are also sensitive to touch. If the bottles drop, they come loose. If you accidentally bump them against something, they come loose from the bottle. I spent a lot of time rescrewing and retightening the nozzles.
You can purchase both products, using the link above . Greenwald's products are prime-eligible.