This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Mr. Clean
Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle made a grand appearance at my doorstep recently. I’m not going to say that I like to clean, because I don’t. But I do like it when my home is clean, and I do like to achieve that in the simplest way possible so I was ready to give this a try.
I first decided to try the product on my stovetop, because that’s the one place in my home that gets the grimey-est each day. Last night I cooked ground turkey with olive oil which always seems to splatter everywhere no matter what I do. Used on a paper towel, Mr. Clean cut the grease very efficiently. However when the product is undiluted, it requires rinsing to get rid of the leftover film and I hate extra steps when cleaning so I decided this was not my favorite way to use the product, even though it did work well.
The next most dirtiest place in my home are my floors, especially in the kitchen. I don’t remember ever being able to use Mr. Clean on hardwoord, but this product can indeed be used on finished wood floors. After filling the bucket with warm water, I gave Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle a squeeze and I was off.
The area by the garbage can always has a good amount of filth so I swept the mop to see if Mr. Clean would do the job. Normally I use a very expensive cleaner in a spray bottle and I have to make quite a few passes and even after that I often find that the spots are still there. This time I didn’t put a lot of elbow grease into it and yet my floor was gleaming. Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle is my new floor cleaner for sure – no need to overspend when this works so well. I will probably mix the cleaner in a spray bottle though because I don’t like using buckets.
I enlisted my lovely assistant for this project. Love a man who cleans! The floors are dull and dirty on the left, and bright and shiny in the after photo and the dirty spots are magically gone.
Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle is available at Walmart, is two times more powerful than regular all purpose cleaners.
What’s the dirtiest place in your home? Do you have any tips or techniques to help clean those areas?