What we love about Shaklee is that all you need is one bottle of their Super Cleaning Concentrate to make an all-purpose cleaner, window cleaner, degreaser and tough spot remover. Just mix it with water and the required amount of concentrate. It has absolutely no smell, which is nice. Also, try their Scour Off Heavy Duty Paste — it looks and smells like body butter, but it’s the toughest scrubbing paste we’ve tried.
2. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day All Purpose Cleaner is good for just about everything. It’s a great generalist that safely and effectively cleans floors (try it on hardwood floors!), counters, and surfaces in bathrooms, kitchens or any room both inside and outside — even windows. The cleaner is concentrated, hard-working, earth-friendly and biodegradable. And the smell: feels like an aromatherapy treatment while you’re cleaning.
One of our favorite brands to work with. Not only do the products look cool, they do a great job of cleaning. Plus, they leave behind a pleasant, fresh smell that you’ll love. Be warned though – we’re not a fan of their stainless steel cleaners.
4. Nature’s Source Glass Cleaner
Nature’s Source Natural Glass Cleaner works wonders on windows and it’s the cheapest green cleaner around. Plus, it leaves no streaks, smells good, and can be used on other surfaces around the home as well.
5. Seventh Generation Glass & Surface Cleaner
Sometimes you just need to breathe in and breathe out without smelling anything in the air. That’s what the Seventh Generation Free and Clear Glass & Surface Cleaner is for. It’s a no-nonsense, effective cleaner that leaves your surfaces spotless and sparkling without any residual smells.
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