Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Review

Since today is the 1st day of spring,I'm getting my spring cleaning done. I was fortunate enough to receive a free bottle of Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Counter top spray to review from Smiley360 I received the Geranium scent.

This is the kit that came with an activity sheet for kids and a product guide.

This shows you all of their nice products and scents.

I really loved the fresh smell of flowers that you get from using this product. If floral scents aren't for you,no problem! Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day has a lot of nice scented cleaning products to choose from. I've used their lemon cleaner in the past and it smells nice also.

I like this line of products because they are kid and pet friendly. They are made from vegetable extracts and all natural ingredients. No harsh chemicals that irritate your skin like some products. It cleans and freshens without leaving any residue behind on your counter tops.

From March 10th-28th Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day is having a "Let's Get Messy Contest". Through their Facebook you can enter a picture of your child getting messy to win some really nice prizes.

Here are the dates for contest entries: March 10th – March 28th — Arts & Crafts March 31st – April 18th — Kitchen April 21st – May 9th — Garden

To enter, upload an original photo of your kids or family getting messy matching the current theme with the hashtag #GetMessyContest. You will receive an email confirmation when your photo is approved.

I look forward to trying more scents and products in the future. They carry lots of products. From sprays,to laundry soap and candles. To see if there is a store located near you that sells Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day,check out their site. You can even buy them from their site if there aren't any stores that carry their products in your area. Thanks for reading!


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