Every time I read suggestions for greener household cleaning, vinegar is always mentioned at least once or twice. What is it that makes it so popular? Well, due to the acidity, cleaning with vinegar is effective for killing things like mold, bacteria and germs but avoids the use of any harsh chemicals - just the combination that moms look for!
And let me tell you, my house sure could use a good cleaning. Fortunately, in an effort to harness the high-powered effectiveness that they're known for but in a green, environmentally responsible way, Windex has introduced me to Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar.
They sent along a cute Envirosax reusable bag and an Aluratek Digital Frame with the Windex just because they're cool like that.
With the ability to gently clean almost every surface in your home to a streak-free shine, Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar is fast, easy and versatile. Considering it has no ammonia, there is also no harsh vinegar smell and instead you are left with a fresh scent and a clean, grime-free house.
When I read through the list of places that Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar works on, I couldn't help but raise my eyebrows. Countertops, glass, windows, appliances, fixtures, plastic, vinyl, stainless steel, ceramic, enamel... and that's not all.
The ability to clean virtually any surface in my home with one easy product? Well, that not only saves time but money as well. Now the only question was which location to try to first.
Deciding on the dusty, fingerprint-filled windows and the gross, food-encrusted microwave door, Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar sprayed on evenly and immediately had a clean, fresh scent.
With a quick wipe on the windows and a slight amount of scrubbing on the microwave door, both surfaces ended up sparkling clean in no time. Success! And in a way that is good for my family and for the environment - double success!
Just in time for the holidays, Windex wants to make sure one person not only has a chance to try out their Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar but also gets to show off their favorite photographs while displaying their newly cleaned house. So, thanks to the generosity of SC Johnson, Windex's parent company, one person will be able to do just that, because...
One lucky person will win a gift pack containing Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar, a reusable bag and a digital photo frame! ARV $55!
To enter to win: Tell me which surface in your house you'll clean first with your Windex Multi-Surface Vinegar if you win.
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This post was written for Family Review Network & SC Johnson who provided the complimentary product for review and giveaway in exchange for my honest review. The opinions shared are my own and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.