The Secret Chemical Companies Don't Want You To Know

Working in the cleaning industry for over 30 years and handling and applying different cleaners to so many different surfaces, I have came to the conclusion that many of these cleaner are very similar.

Most consumers will buy different cleaner for different applications around the home, because that is what we are told by advertisements and store shelves.The truth is, do I really need 14 cleaners for my kitchen and bathroom, there must be a more simple solution. Let's also talk about the bottom line and what these 14 different products are costing us.

The secret that chemical companies don't want you to know is that there are products out there that can replace about 12 of the 14 products you just purchased. Here is a product review for the Bring It On Cleaner by a popular blogger "Mr. Garbage Disposal". This is a genuine review based on price, performance, and comparison to others in the industry.

So, I guess the question we need to ask ourselves is, why can't my hard water cleaner be used to clean my glass stove top, or why can't my tile and grout cleaner remove the spots on my shower door. The answer is, it can.

The Bring It On Cleaner is mostly used as a Hard Water Spot Remover because that is where most consumers run into trouble. However, if you take a look at the back of the bottle it has a "Use On" section. Now lets see how many products in my cleaning cabinet I can replace with this one product.

  • Tile and Grout Cleaner
  • Fiberglass Cleaner
  • Windows
  • Shower Doors
  • Oven Cleaner
  • Glass Stove Top Cleaner
  • Toilet Cleaner
  • BBQ Stainless Cleaner
  • Hot Tub Cleaner
  • Rust Remover
  • Car Windshields
  • Pot and Pans

Wow, is all I can say. I just eliminated 3/4 of all the cleaners on my shelf with one product. Now I see why chemical companies do not want me to know this information. So, the next time you are looking for a product that can hold up to its great reviews, go and order a bottle of the Bring It On Cleaner.