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Getting Clean with SoftScrub

The one thing about life that is unavoidable is cleaning. No one really enjoys cleaning....and if you do come on over.lol When I clean I love to be able to save time and energy where I can. Recently I was given the chance to review a product that I was already fairly familiar with. Soft Scrub Total All Purpose Bath & Kitchen Cleaner is a great way to Clean and deodorize so many surfaces. 
Personally I prefer to use it on my kitchen sinks! I spend a lot of time doing dishes and washing dirty dogs in my sink. That leaves not only dried food products but a funky smell looming from my kitchen. I love that Soft Scrub is gentle on my porcelain sink and doesn't produce a strong odor like some cleaners. Right now Soft Scrub has a great sweepstake going on to! More then $1,500 in prizes so don't miss your chance and enter HERE NOW! Starting next week we will be hosting a great spring cleaning giveaway with a chance to win a ton of Product coupons for many great products from my Purex Insiders program. Make sure to head to Facebook and see what fun is going on over there.

* I received the above mentioned product as part of the Purex Insiders Program. Regardless all opinions are those of  my own and were in no way influenced. Thank you Purex and Soft Scrub.

Comments

Julia Potvin said…
I use to use Soft Scrub a lot, then not sure why I switched. I actually need to use it again, we have a ceramic sink and it needs a gentle scrubber, thanks for reminding me how good Soft Scrubs was!
I have tons of Soft Scrub on hand, I have not seen this yet so will be on the lookout for it. Soft Scrub has always worked so well, I even use it on my glass top stove.
Alaina Bullock said…
I love my Soft Scrub! It works so well on many surfaces without being abrasive! The scent is nice, too!

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