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Apr 16, 2012 12:26PM
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Who desides these things? I've been cleaning houses for a living for nearly thirty years, I'll go along with 1 & 2, but three only some of the time.  You'll be working on that mirror a long time, if it has flossing & soap splatters dried on it. Disagree with four completely. I have yet to find an arosol foam cleaner that really works well on soap scumb. The pump sprayer that sprays the product  out in a foam  waste too much product and doesn't give good coverage. Oh & five,  the  Good Housekeeping Seal is purchased by those products that have it? These are simpy products that they have agreed to sell their "Seal" to. That doesn't mean that they are the best products, just approved products that were willing to buy the "Seal". I'm not aware of the current cost, but I did check into it a number of years back & it was thousands of dollars exspensive to purchase. Simple Green is a great cleaner, but I find it to harse on my lungs. It makes me cough even after  I have gotten away from it. The OxiClean product you mention  I have not used. I tend to use single chemical products (quite successfully), so I have a better idea of what I am being exposed to.  
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