Seventh Generation Disinfectant Spray Review - Use For Kitchen And Bathroom
by Mary Kooterman
Mary has shared her Seventh Generation disinfectant spray review.
I use Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner to wipe up surfaces in the kitchen and in the bathroom, such as tile, Formica and glass.
It offers a very pleasant cleaning experience, especially when you are in an apartment with no windows and poor ventilation in the rooms you are cleaning.
I bought it at the store because the cleaners filled with lots of harsh chemicals left me feeling dizzy when I was cleaning in enclosed spaces, and I wanted to try an organic one, although I was skeptical about how well it would clean. Fortunately, my all of my surfaces are sparkling and disinfected.
The formula leaves a clean surface with only a very few streaks on glass, and because it includes extracts of thyme oil and oregano oil, there is only a clean, fresh herbal scent left behind.
I don’t even need to use air freshener after I’ve cleaned with this multi-surface cleaner. I really love it!
Thanks Mary for sharing your Seventh Generation disinfectant spray review.
I know a lot of people have asked me about natural ways to disinfect, and I have to say that this spray is one of the most natural I've come across. Many people, like you, are reluctant to sanitize with bleach because of the harsh smell. Thanks for sharing your experience with this alternative.
I Use Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner All Over My Home
Angelica has also shared her review of Seventh Generation disinfectant spray.
Because I have two pug dogs that lick the floors if anything is dropped, I decided to look for a cleaner that would not poison or be harmful to them.
I looked in Winn Dixie Supermarket, where I do my grocery shopping, and found the Seventh Generation spray cleaner that said "kills 99.99% of germs botanically".
It has a fresh, clean smell that I liked immediately, and it cleans non-porous surfaces very well, such as my Corian kitchen counters, tile floors and Formica-laminated dining room table.
I simply spray it on and wipe it off with either a damp cloth or paper towels. The dirt that comes up from the floor is amazing, and as for the kitchen and dining table, I feel safer knowing that it also disinfects staph, salmonella and e. coli bacterias.
I also spray it into the waste baskets in the kitchen and bathroom to keep them clean too.
Thanks for sharing your Seventh Generation disinfectant spray review Angelica.
I would love to hear from even more people who have used this, or other eco-friendly cleaning products, telling me how they've worked for you. You can share your green cleaning products review here, for this or any other brand, telling me what you liked, or didn't, about a particular product or brand, and why.
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