Best Household Cleaning Product Companies
Updated on 07/05/2017
A clean home is not only key to physical health, but also mental and emotional health. Many studies show that individuals who keep their homes clean tend to be more active, get better sleep and even present lower amounts of cortisol than those who don’t.
Modern household cleaning products have come a long way, incorporating safe antibacterial agents without being too harsh on interior surfaces or the environment. If you’re unsure about a cleaning product, read reviews and do your research to avoid using products that could cause damage to your home.
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Tide is a Procter and Gamble brand that makes laundry pods as well as liquid and powder laundry detergent and special detergent for people with sensitive skin. It also makes stain removers and washing machine cleaner.
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Gain, a part of Procter and Gamble, makes a variety of home products, including liquid and powder laundry detergent, laundry pods, fabric softener, dryer sheets, scent boosters and dish detergent. It offers a money-back guarantee.
|Finish Dishwasher Detergent|
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|Glade Scented Oil Warmer|
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Introduced in 1999, Swiffer is a brand of cleaning products designed by Proctor and Gamble. Known for its reusable cloths, the Swiffer family of products include the WetJet, Sweeper, Duster and the Steamboost mop.
|Procter & Gamble|
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|Easy-Off Oven Cleaner|
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|Surf Laundry Detergent||Read 20 Reviews|
|Sunlight Dish Detergent|
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|Thane Mop||Read 16 Reviews|
Thane is a worldwide retail marketer that sells its brands to over 100 countries worldwide. The H2O Mop X5 is said to deodorize and sanitize floors, carpets and windows through its five in one steam cleaning system.
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