Sunday, January 22, 2012

Glass and Surface Cleaner Review and Giveaway {Rafflecopter}

Tropical Traditions sent me a bottle of Household Traditions Glass and Surface Cleaner - 32 oz. to review.

I love cleaning knowing that I'm not spraying harmful chemicals all over.

No ammonia, alcohol or harsh volatile solvents
0% VOC (Volatile organic Compounds)
No rinsing required and Non-streaking
No fragrance or dye added

Please click on Read More on the bottom of the post to enter the giveaway!

I work at an art college. With all the chemicals in paint and other mediums, I really don't have too many issues. When it's time for the students to clean, I get a huge headache from the cleaning solution that they use. At home I'm trying to go all natural.

Tropical Traditions Glass and Surface Cleaner contains only water and mild plant-based surfactants. It's a product which guards my families health from harmful irritants and inhalants. This cleaner contains no dyes or fragrances. It still does it's job!

I loved how you do not need to use water to wipe it away! It's fast drying, steak free and lint free. It can be used on ALL glass including mirrors, light fixtures, Plexiglass, windshields, treated glass, TV screens and computer screens! Other surfaces include: Chrome, appliances, vinyl, stainless steel, plastic, porcelain, countertops, walls, floors and much more.

I've been cleaning little and big areas all weekend. The first area I cleaned was our glass door. The wiped area is where I cleaned and it did a great job. If you look close, you can see where I didn't get yet. The little kid hand print is towards the bottom left of the picture. I also cleaned the mirror, shower doors and kitchen table. 

If you buy Tropical Traditions Glass and Surface Cleaner by clicking on any link in this post, Tropical Traditions will send you a free recipe book to use Coconut Oil.

You can win a win a spray bottle of Glass and Surface Cleaner.
This giveaway ends in 2 weeks, February 6 and is open to the US. Click on Read more to enter.
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Disclaimer: The opinions on the post are my personal take on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. I am not compensated to provide my opinion except for receiving the products themselves to test out. Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review. I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review.

14 comments:

My Journey With Candida said...

I would probably use it for the mirrors in my bathroom.

Diane said...

Awesome giveaway! I always have windows that need a washin!!! :O)

Mary said...

i would clean my mirrors as well :-P they are gross.

rockin_robin54@hotmail.com said...

There are lots of surfaces that need it here - probably start with the stovetop and then the mirrors, screens on tv, computer...endless possibilities :)

Sue D said...

I would start with my stovetop.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

PurpleLarkspur said...

I would clean my glass coffee table!

larkspurpurple (at) gmail.com

Kathryn Krueger said...

I would clean my bathroom mirrors

ericka coello said...

my windows, my whole house is full of them

lightlovebeing said...

I would clean my mirrors. Awesome giveaway, thanks

Mrs. Lewis said...

the bathroom mirror would be first!

Jamie said...

Definitely our sliding glass doors!

Jamie

Aleksandra Nearing said...

Probably the bathroom mirrors. Thanks for the chance!

cbusch said...

Dirty bathroom mirrors. chaselhoff at usa dot net

Mikki said...

I'd like to bring back the shine to my kitchen appliances.

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