Expensive Cleaning Supplies: Do They Really Work?
Published on Wednesday, 22 July 2009
Let's face it. We are faced with so many cleaning brands and solutions in the market that we end up buying more than what we need. Worse, we even spend a greater portion of our weekly, or even monthly, budget in expensive cleaning supplies than in what we are willing to shell out in food and other more important commodities. Our Cleaning Expenditure From disinfectants to carpet spot cleaners, branded home cleaning solutions are one of the heaviest contenders competing for our monthly budget. Take a good look at what you spend on whenever you go to the market and splurge on some home cleaning brands, Carpet Shampoo Preventing and eliminating foul odours to stick to your carpet, a mandatory and weekly shampooing regiment is important. Together with spot cleaners, carpet shampoo is one of the most common and staple solutions that most households are willing to spend on to care for their carpets. Our leading and favourite carpet shampooers include Hagesan, 1001 Carpet Shampoo, Carpet Shampoo Exclusively for Bissell, Kirby Dry Foam, and All Shine. These are but some of the best and leading carpet solutions that we could purchase in the market. And, to top it all up, each of these cleaning solutions would have different varieties, each claiming to be a specialist in one area over the other. If you are trying to cling on your budget, then, we suggest reviewing your expenditure for branded carpet shampoos. Do you know that you spend at least £7.35 for 355 ml can of spray foam cleaner? Spot Cleaners Spot cleaners are just the perfect solution if you want to remove stubborn and unsightly spot stains without having to clean the whole carpet area. Though these products could be really tough in removing carpet stains, consumers are advised to check on the label of these products as some contain harmful chemical solvents and other compounds such as formaldehyde, pesticides, acids, and lye. More news