Review : Mr. Clean Multi-Surfaces Spray with Febreze Fresh Scent *

I received a fabulous package of Mr. Clean cleaning products in the mail just recently, and was intending to get to them for review later this week. I got to one of the products sooner than anticipated, however, when a friend's kid did what kids do best and experienced the misfortune of barfing on my stairs. (Poor girl!)

I was out of the house for the moment of excitement, but entered the kitchen just in time to hear my friend ask if we had "a multi-surface cleaner of some kind" around with which she could wipe the stairs.

"Why, yes!" I responded, before trotting over to the Mr. Clean bucket, "I do, in fact! And it's Lavender Vanilla & Comfort scented! With Febreze!" (Okay, maybe I didn't say all of that, but I do recall mentioning the words "Febreze" and "lavender".) I pulled out the spray bottle of Mr. Clean Multi-Surfaces Spray with Febreze Fresh Scent and handed it to her.

After wiping the stairs and stairwell wall, my friend exclaimed the product worked great and smelled good too. Normally, scented cleaning products irritate my eyes and nose a bit but this one has a light, airy smell that doesn't weigh heavily in the air the way that some products do. It completely eliminated any lingering puke odours and has left the house smelling springtime fresh. It cleans really well too -- it got a lot of grubby handprints off the stairwell wall. ;)

While I'm not huge on chemical-based cleaners, I do believe that they have their places -- bathrooms and "sick" messes being high on that list. I'm really happy with how this product performed in this situation and will definately use it again when circumstances require.

My 5 year old had his own comment on it, upon sticking his head into the stairwell and inhaling deeply: "Mmmmmmm!! Smells good!"

* These products were provided to us free in exchange for product consideration and honest review. If I don't like it, I'll say so! ;)

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bag-o-rags

That bag-o-rags hanging in the basement stairwell sure came in handy ... actually as I recall this was a two-bagger :-)