We Cleaned House

I don’t know about you, but nothing gets me more excited than cleaning. I love unwinding after a tough day by doing a little cleaning. OK, fine, that’s a total lie. I hate cleaning. I hate it with a passion. But the reality is, unless you want to live in a pile of filth, cleaning is a necessary part of life.

Cleaners need to have a delicate balance. A cleaner needs to have more cleaning power than water but be less toxic than acid. Those are the two extremes of course but somewhere in the middle there needs to be a sweet spot. So when I was offered a chance to try out a new cleaner that promised to be efficient yet gentle on my skin, I jumped on it.

They sent me Pomegranate Dishwashing Liquid and p-H Neutral Universal All Purpose Cleaner. The first thing that I instantly noticed was the cleaner was concentrated. Doing some quick math with the directions I noticed that this was enough concentrate to make 55 gallons of cleaner! Talk about a crazy value. The first thing I noticed about the dishwashing liquid was how nice it smelled. The pomegranate smell, which is similar to grapefruit, was a very refreshing smell.

After using these two products for a few weeks I can say they did just as good of a job cleaning as any other product in our house. I even intentionally sprayed some on my hand to test how it would react, it didn’t seem any harsher than pure water. Then just to be sure I had my kids drink some. Only kidding, I’m full of jokes today. No one drank any of the cleaning solution.

So while this isn’t a sexy topic, it is a real issue that parents face everyday. What can I use to effectively clean that isn’t toxic to me or my kids? I can honestly say Frosch provides a great option at an excellent price. So if you aren’t satisfied with your current cleaning options or you’re just looking to try something new, give Frosch a try.

This post was sponsored by Frosch, but I wasn’t told what to say and I have given my honest opinions.

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