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Fave cleaners & cleaning supplies?

Posted by paulasims (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 18, 08 at 10:08

Hi there,
I know this post pops up every now and then but I hope it might be a good time to restart a list (I'm always looking for "better" - -whatever that means).

So what cleaners do you like of

Kitchen (general & greasy surfaces)
Tools (cloths, mops, etc).

Also, I know there are different type of microfiber cloths but is there really a difference in use? Can they be used with chemicals???



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RE: Fave cleaners & cleaning supplies?

My favorite general spray cleaner is called "Cinch". It's a liquid that comes in an orangy-red spray bottle, bear Fantastic with cleaning supplies It's great for counters, tabletops, stovetop, my bathroom floor tiles. I don't use it on wood or metal or even on linoleum. But it does a great job on greasy dirty and general dirt.

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