I find it interesting that I can make such rapid decisions about a cleaning product just based on its container. Isn’t that silly? But it is true. For example, when you look at this product, just in passing, do you assume that it is “green”?I know I didn’t. Why? I guess because it doesn’t say any of the buzz words like, “ECO, GREEN, NATURAL, etc.” in 60 point font. But CLR Bathroom and Kitchen Cleaner is made by the company Jelmar, and they have partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency to bring about its environmentally-friendly formulation. You’ll find that information on the bottle, but it is tucked away in the corner. I think the message it is sending is that being environmentally-friendly should just be a given with our cleaning products, and not the one thing that will make you want to buy them.
I have been using this product, which is designed for both kitchens and bathrooms for a few weeks. I LOVE having a spray that is eco-friendly, and that is designed to work on grease, hard water deposits, soap scum, film and dirt all at once. I spray it on the surface, let it sit for just a few seconds, and wipe it up. The mess and the grime comes with it!
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Disclosure: I was given CLR Bath & Kitchenby Jelmar Inc. for my review. I was allowed to keep the product, but the opinion I am sharing remains my own.