Product Review: Clorox Clean-Up Cleanser with Bleach

17 Oct

I’m going to tell on myself a little bit here…I’m a clean freak. If anything is dirty or out of place, it makes me nervous. Now you can only imagine my discomfort as the countertops in my fiance’s kitchen are white linoleum. EVERYTHING in the world shows and stains this awful material. He actually turned me on to this stuff, and let me tell you, I will never go without it. It is truly amazing. One little squirt from this bottle and everything is sparkling white. It takes very minimal scrubbing as well for those stuck-on issues. I would highly recommend this product to anyone; however it does have a pretty strong bleach smell, but it subsides shortly after use. A+ in my book!

The Clorox brand has always been a part of my household. When I was younger, every time I saw a Clorox product I knew I was going to have to clean…which is never an enjoyable experience for a nine year old. So, as a child I was conditioned to cringe at the thought of chores as my mom pulled out the bottle of Clorox from under the kitchen sink. Now, being a college student and neat freak, I love CLorox, especially the item shown above. Clorox’s commitment is focused on “improving the health and well-being of families across America.” They have positioned themselves as being a family oriented brand that truly cares about its customers. That is why it has such a loyal consumer base. Not to mention all the great causes it supports like the American Red Cross, The Children’s Fund, and their Say Boo! to Flu Campaign in the fall, just to name a few. It will be a brand that I will continually use and purchase.

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