Wednesday, March 5, 2014

More Power with Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle - #MrCleanMorePower Review

I received products for review from SheSpeaks/Mr. Clean. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.

I don't necessarily mind cleaning but it seems to be a neverending chore. With a full house that includes a husband, six kids, a cat, and a dog there's sure to be a mess somewhere. Mopping is my least favorite chore and I think that's because my kitchen tile is old to begin with and it takes a lot to make it look real clean. Close behind mopping is cleaning my bathroom. The toilet and sink are almost always ucky.
One brand that's always been favored in my house is Mr. Clean. For the most part, I can get areas looking spic and span when I use Mr. Clean and elbow grease. New Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle has had its fair share of use lately. The cleaning product is designed to eliminate odors while penetrating dirt and lifting it away. The liquid gel has two and a half times more power than regular all-purpose cleaners.

I've been on quite the cleaning spree lately (early spring cleaning?) and Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle has some in handy with removing dirt and particles from my countertops and floors. It can be diluted with water or applied directly to a sponge. My personal preferance is to dilute it. There's no particular reason other than the personal theory that it lasts longer that way.


The unique dosing cap on Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle ensures not a single drop gets wasted. When you squeeze the bottle, a certain dosage comes out at a time. If you want more liquid, you have to squeeze the bottle again. When using Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle to clean my ugly kitchen floor, I can see a shine and it's obvious the dirt is coming up. My floor is still ugly, but it's shiny and noticeably clean. Like I said, I'm a fan of Mr. Clean Products. Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle is another addition to the brand that packs a punch and gets the job done.

Where does dirt and grime seem to live in your home? Do you have any interesting techniques prevent messes?

3 comments:

VickeC said...

we have been using Mr Clean for years

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love Mr Clean. Those Erasers have done a fabulous job of getting off some of the nastiest stuck on grime!

Nichol said...

I'm so jealous my kit didn't have the bucket. I love this stuff so much and it smells amazing. My kitchen and dining room are the worst. Dining because it's where the door is to come in and out.