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New Soft Scrub Advanced Surface

I love Soft Scrub and their products. I have used them on nearly everything for quite a long time now. from my toilets and sinks to my kitchen floors. It is gentle, yet tough on stains which I seem to have an overwhelming number of. The problem for a little while now have been some of those surfaces that really just are hard to wipe down with water, and those places that despite the gentle Soft Scrub nature just couldn't be cleaned with their products.
Recently I was given the chance to review a new product called Soft Scrub Advanced Surface. This is a pretty neat product, it is a new rinse-free gel that can be used to clean and polish many surfaces, like granite and marble counter tops! It is also really great for polishing stainless steel and cleaning glass cooktops. Like all Soft Scrub products it is tough on stains, it is also non abrasive.
I loved how easy it was to use this product. I didn't have to wipe with water over and over again to remove a film that is left behind by many traditional cleaning products. just wiped it away with a damp sponge and you are good to go. I liked that the smell was not overwhelming and it didn't leave a chemical  smell in the air. This is another great all purpose cleaner from Soft Scrub. This is another great product that we have added to our Spring Cleaning Giveaway! So don't miss out and enter HERE.
**The product above was provided to me free of charge in order to provide a review. Regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

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