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Cif Article Count: 0
Launched in France in 1969, it is marketed against scouring powders such as Vim, as a creamy and hence protective but powerful domestic cleaner. Initially focused on cream cleansers for the kitchen and bathroom, it was launched using a now famous "skater" advert, which highlighted how scouring powders could "scratch like skates on ice."
Flash Article Count: 2
Discover Flash all purpose cleaner spray with the freshness of Febreze - Blossom & Breeze.
Flash Clean and Care, thanks to an innovative formula with a neutral pH, is ideal for cleaning all surfaces in the house, even the most delicate wooden floors.
Also, thanks to its anti-aging effect, your floors will keep their natural beauty and shine.
Harpic Article Count: 2
Harpic is the brand name of a toilet bowl cleaner launched in England in the 1920s and now marketed by Reckitt Benckiser.
The original toilet cleaner was invented by Mr Harry Pickup, who was based in Roscoe Street, Scarborough, in North Yorkshire. He also invented Oxypic, which was a sealant used in cast iron heating systems.
It contains hydrochloric acid (~10%) as the active ingredient, along with butyl oleylamine and others in a water solution/gel.
Method Article Count: 8
Method makes non-toxic, environmentally-friendly cleaning products that smell like heaven, clean like heck and are safe for you and your home. And they never test on animals (or people)
Mr Muscle Article Count: 4
Mr Muscle is a brand of hard surface cleaners. It has been manufactured by S. C. Johnson & Son, since their purchase of Drackett from Bristol-Myers in 1992. The original product – an aerosol oven cleaner – was developed at Drackett in 1986. The Mr. Muscle product lineup has since expanded.
Pledge Article Count: 1
Use Pledge® products to clean, dust, protect and revitalize wood, leather, stainless steel and more. Pledge® products make it easy to clean with care. Clean, dust and restore multiple surfaces in your home.