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Sometimes You Just Have to Dust 'n Go

       I really thought this year when the kids went back to school I would have so much time not working. HAHAHA yeah that was a joke, I guess I didn't realize just how much I really had to do. Like most people I like to find little ways to save time when it comes to cleaning, because after all most people don't enjoy cleaning right!?! Recently I was given the chance to review a product that not only saves time, but it also saves from having to spray and aerosol in my house or having to pour oil that gets all over my hands. Dust 'N Go from Scott's Liquid Gold is an easy and convenient, these pre-moistened cloths are perfect for quick touch-ups between deep cleaning!
       I really loved that there was no skill required to use this product. Simply pull out a wipe and get to dusting. The scent was great, I'm not sure what the scent was but I really enjoyed it. When I wiped what I thought was a "clean" surface Dust 'n Go proved me wrong.  As you can see from the picture above just one end table collected a ton of dust, without leaving any film or residue :) It took me one wipe to do my entire living room area, so with 20 wipes per container you could use these Monday through Friday and it would last a whole month! Scott’s Liquid Gold Dust 'n Go has the power to clean and prevent dust build up! They are great for use on all types of finished wood surfaces, vinyl, laminates, leather and well really anything you can think of. Small and hassle-free, these wipes are the best way to get housework done FAST!  How many places can you find to use Dust 'n Go?
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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