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Rated 5 out of 5 by firefighters sweetheart Very Convenient!
I use this on everything! My TV remotes, my keys, countertops, bathrooms… I can go on and on. I also spray a soft cloth and wipe my phones down. I especially like to use it on grocery carts. It does smell like bleach, but that doesn't bother me. To me it smells fresh and clean.
I think this would be an excellent teachers gift!
Rated 5 out of 5 by lilith Clean Smart
I love this stuff I use it on all my surfaces ever on the bathroom sink
Rated 4 out of 5 by warmbreath Effective But Follow Instructions
These are handy bottles and sizes, but the middle size looks a lot like a bottle of water so I marked mine "caution, not water, do not drink" with a marking pen to be safe. This is sodium hypochlorite, the active ingredient in bleach, and I ended up with bleached out spots on my carpet from the bottle dripping, so be careful and watch out for spray on your clothes and avoid getting it on food and skin. The video was a bit confusing compared to online instructions that say to clean the area first, then spray or wipe with the product and allow to air dry in order to achieve full sanitizing, rather than immediately using the sprayed area. The video shows meat juice for instance, wiped up, a spray of this product applied immediately followed by placing food on the cleaned area. The instructions online say the sprayed area should air dry, and not be wiped dry. I am using it at night before bed on clean surfaces, and when I get up everything is dry and sanitary and I know everything is perfectly safe. Do an online search to
Rated 2 out of 5 by on the ranch Smells like bleach!!!!!!!!
I have no idea what I received , but it smells like BLEACH! No fragrance free..how could I have received something so different from what was promised???
Rated 5 out of 5 by laszo Great for kitchen prep area
When chicken juices accidentally spill on my kitchen counter but I cannot use bleach to clean the formica, this is a great alternative. Saves my counter and don't have to worry about rinsing bleach from a food prep area.
Rated 5 out of 5 by crazyfrog Great product and safe!
I love that this product delivers, is reasonably priced and is safe for people/animals. I use it on counters, doorknobs, keys, my phone/ipad, keyboard/mouse, steering wheel/shifter, etc. I love the travel-size for my purse. Use on my hands often. The smell is a VERY subtle bleach-type odor, but dissipates quickly. I kind of like the smell. Gives me an ALL IS CLEAN feeling.
Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelaM428 So Far No Sickness!
Am loving this product so far. Not one cold or even severe allergy issues since using it. However the real test is about to occur with back to school YIKES! Since I can only control what they touch at home I am buying a set for each of my kids teachers. Maybe I can help cold and flu season for everybody!
Rated 5 out of 5 by ROYS WIFE GREAT ASSORTMENT OF A GREAT PRODUCT!
I read about the active ingredient in this and it is great. I use it for telephones and desk items at work. Oh, don't forget the elevator buttons and the restroom doors! The bleach odor is very light, but dissipates. It is a derivative of bleach, so that is probably why the chlorine tinge of odor is there, but it's not overbearing. I usually use 70% alcohol for cleaning my kitchen and bathroom surfaces, but it is difficult to get that huge bottle to go, so I have already loaded the travel size in my purse and have used it multiple times in the first day. If you get time, read about this great active ingredient. You will be amazed that something this powerful would be so non-threatening to the surroundings, animals and people. The active ingredient is Hypochlorous Acid 0.9%, which is what is recommended to be the safe, therapeutic level. I am in the pharmacy business and probably could compound this, but this is very inexpensive and effective. Hypochlorous acid is widely used as a disinfectant, for example, in sanitizing wash solutions and swimming pools.The active ingredient is reactive, and therefore is not persistent. As the development of bacterial resistance to antibiotics continues and controversy regarding the use of topical antiseptics persists, the need for research and development of new classes of antimicrobial agents that are safe and broadly effective and have low toxicity and low propensity to induce antimicrobial resistance becomes inevitably critical.