Top 10 Types of Cleaning Agents
Written by: Catalogs.com Editorial Staff
April 10, 2012
Filed Under Housekeeping
Contributed by Jennifer Andrews, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru
Cleaning is a necessary evil for many people that cannot be avoided.
Although some people love to clean, organize and de-clutter, others want to get it done as quickly as possible. Whichever group you fall into, it is essential to use good cleaning products and tools that will your furniture, walls and appliances spotless and fresh.
Try one or more of the following top ten types of cleaning agents for your next cleaning endeavour.
10. Clorox Clean-Up
Clorox Clean-Up is ideal for use in both the kitchen and the bathroom where it kills off odor and disease-causing germs including mold and mildew.
9. Murphy’s Oil Soap
Murphy’s Oil Soap works to polish off furniture and is safe for finished wood surfaces or wood laminate. The soap can also be used to scrub hardwood floors for a spotless finish.
Windex is one of the classic types of cleaning agents that works to clean glass surfaces squeaky clean. Easy to use, it comes in a spray bottle that leaves behind no messy streaks or residue.
7. Mr. Clean
The name Mr. Clean probably conjures up memories of the product’s television commercials and its catchy jingle. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works wonders on kitchen sinks and countertops as well as in removing stains from hardwood flooring.
Lysol is an effective bathroom cleaner that works particularly well for toilet cleansing. Use Lysol Toilet Bowl to aid in removing mineral deposit build-up as well as kill off germs.
5. Swiffer Sweeper
Peek into most households across the country and you are likely to find a Swiffer Sweeper. This light-weight and easy to use cleaning tool collects dust on hardwood flooring and works quickly.
4. Green Works All-Purpose Cleaner
Among the types of cleaning agents available, an “all-purpose” cleaner is particularly useful. As its name suggests this cleaner works on sinks, countertops, furniture and even mirrors without any sticky residue.
3. Clorox Disinfecting Wipes
These Clorox wipes are multi-purpose and can be used in the bathroom, kitchen and even on furniture. Disinfecting ingredients work effectively to eat through scum build-up and wipe away dirt.
2. Oil of Lavender
An eco-friendly way to clear the air in your household is by preparing your own antibacterial spray. Combine one cup of water with 20 drops of essential oil of lavender and shake well to blend as suggested by Care2.com.
Pledge is a familiar name to most household cleaners and with good reason – their cleaning agents work! Try Pledge with Future Shine Floor Finish on your hardwood floors for a super-shiny floor that will have visitors gushing.