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Contains No Phosphates

Reviewing: The Spic And Span Company Spic And Span Pure Cleaning Power  |  Rating:
By tcmom on
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I went to my favorite store, the Family Dollar to purchase Spic and Span in powder form and came across the liquid one and decided to purchase it. I am use to the powder and since there was none in stock, I purchased this one. The price was right for 40 fl.oz. (25% more). I needed a strong cleaner without the harsh odors that usually comes with using a stong cleaning product. As we all know, there are strong fumes that do emit from disinfects and ammonia hydroxides that we sometimes use to clean floors etc.. Well, this does not happen with the new Spic and Span liquid.

The bottle says 'sun fresh' (what does the sun smell like)? To me this liquid smells like oranges and it does clean kitchen floors and bathrooms very well. What I like best about this product is that there is no need to rinse. Just add 1/4 cup of liquid to a 1/2 bucket of water (about 1 gal.) or small amount to a wet sponge. It is great for hard surfaces such as countertops, tubs and sinks, it is not recommended to use on upholstery, aluminum, glass or laundry. Read directions before using. The ingredients are: cleaning agents, quality control agents, perfume (that's why it is not odorous), colorant (orange color), and water. I recommend this product for jobs that need tough action to clean without the sweat equity:) Like the product claims, pure cleaning power without harsh fumes.