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Simply Clean: An organiser’s dream

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I recently had the chance to try out the Simply Clean range of cleaning products. These are not just your every day, run of the mill cleaning product. OK. Maybe just a bit in that they are cloths and sponges. But, here’s the best bit.

They are labelled and colour-coded.

And for an anal, obsessive-compulsive person like me, it’s a dream!

Here’s what they look like:

Curious Pebbles photo-bombing

Anyway, on Saturday I had to clean my unit {given that I had friends coming over on Sunday} and the place was a pig sty thanks to both me and my flatmate being busy the last couple of weekends. However, it gave me the perfect opportunity to use some of these products. I used all the bathroom and toilet ones but must admit wasn’t a big fan of using a sponge to clean the toilet. I think I’m just more used to cloth for that. I absolutely LOVED the microfibre cloth for glass because it made cleaning my shower so much easier. All I had to do was use my usual spray and wipe it down and voila! The soap scum was gone. And then later, I could just wash the cloth. In the past I’ve used paper towels to wipe the glass shower door because normal towels would leave creases.

I also got to use the kitchen stuff which I liked and especially liked having a separate cloth for the floor. Again, in the past, if things fell on the floor, I would either use a paper towel or these new disposable cloths (but they get expensive). Now I can use this to wipe up the mess the cats leave sometimes after they eat. Especially Buttons {who hasn’t learnt how to eat without spilling his food all over!}

I didn’t get a chance to use all the microfibre cloths but will do so sometime.

Can I just reiterate that I love the fact they are all labelled and coloured differently? And they come in these ziploc bags making storage easier.

So if you are as obsessive-compulsive like me and like organising things in a particular way, you can get these cleaning products at your local supermarket for $6.99.

And if you wanted to read up more about the products themselves, you can just visit the official website.
So what do you reckon readers? Do you think the idea of having labelled cleaning products in different colours is a good idea?

***I was offered a sample of the products (pictured) to review and keep for myself. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. The views here are entirely my opinion and honest. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the brand***

Until next time,

Cheers!!!

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