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I am quite particular with regard to the products I use to clean my house. This is mainly due to my allergies. I have been using Bounce Febreze scent since it came out. I can do laundry without sneezing my face off. I would totally kiss the feet of whomever invented Swiffer Dusters. For the first time in my life, I can actually dust my house without sneezing my head off for two hours. When the Swiffer gods decided to put Febreze scent in the duster, I was borderline orgasmic. I’m serious.
Imagine my surprise however, when they added the scent of Febreze to my old boyfriend, Mr. Clean. Now, I was apprehensive at first. I mean, I like the smell of Mr. Clean original. It just smelled so, clean. But, as I am often reminded by my family, it doesn’t hurt to try new things.
I put on my cleaning gloves (a girl’s gotta protect her nails ya know) and I pulled my hair back. I took a deep breath and sprayed. I was impressed. I didn’t sneeze once. And, from what I could tell, there was no difference in the way my new, smellier, refreshing Mr. Clean actually cleaned my house. It still cut the grease and left my stove and fridge streak free. What surprised me however, when all was said and done, was that after I was done cleaning, my house smelled clean. However, it didn’t smell chemical or ammonia clean. Instead, it smelled clean AND refreshing.
Next time my Mother in Law shows up, she will never know, and I will not have to hear about the fact, that I just cleaned the whole house.