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Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Shower Cleaner – Lavender

June 16th, 2009

What kind of products do you prefer when cleaning your bathroom? Toxic chemicals that require you to wear a face mask, or clean and fresh smelling essential oil blends that make you smile as they effortlessly clean your shower?

Being able to use a natural environmentally friendly product that requires almost no effort is what is so attractive to anyone who has a shower that needs cleaning. According to the label on the bottle: “Give your glass shower door, vinyl curtain, and bathroom tile a few squirts every day. Sparking results with no wiping, scrubbing or rinsing. For best results, keep your shower clean.”

Using a few squirts of this product on a daily basis is misleading as other types of products, whether from the extensive Mrs. Meyer’s product list or another brand, will need to be used. At best, this is a supplementary bathroom cleaner. The shower, chrome, tile, glass, or plastic need to be kept scrubbed and clean and require more than just this shower cleaner. While it clearly states on the label that your shower should be kept clean, it doesn’t mention that the Clean Day Shower Cleaner is the only one you will need.

This product is billed as an aromatherapeutic household cleaner. The aroma is a combination of essential oils of lavender and orange. For those familiar with aromatherapy, lavender in Latin (lavandus) means “to be washed.” Orange essential oil is also in the aromatherapist’s arsenal as a natural way to keep surfaces clean and pleasant smelling.

Other benefits of this product include the fact that the packaging is recyclable and none of Mrs. Meyer’s products are tested on animals.

Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Shower Cleaner can be purchased in 24 ounce bottles. Although the price may be on the high end for some consumers, you might be able to save a little by ordering a pack of six bottles through Amazon.com (click on the image in the upper left of this page to go there) . It is available in lavender, lemon verbena, basil, and geranium.

Lisa Maliga has been a freelance writer since 2000 and specializes in a variety of topics including herbal remedies, aromatherapy, gourmet food, and a variety of health-related issues.

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