Monday, May 28, 2012

Dirty Jobs Cleaners Review...

"A new line of products including Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty Complete, has a higher concentration of oxygen powered enzymes that is tough on stains, but gentle on fabrics and surfaces than any other stain remover on the market. Everyone has a Mike Rowe + kids in their life that need cleaning up from their adventures… perfect for spring cleaning!

America’s dirtiest jobs have to get clean and My Dirty Jobs, LLC has found a way to clean the messiest disasters of carpet stains, laundry stains or general messes with a brand new line of household cleaning products that gets everything squeaky clean. Inspired by his own show, Dirty Jobs on the Discovery Channel, Mike Rowe became involved with MyDirty Jobs, LLC because of the effectiveness of the products are and the creators were open to a new way of marketing the products that appealed to him; they didn’t demonize dirt. The real message is whether it’s as a result of work or play, it’s okay to get dirty. After all, it washes off"

What we thought:  We reviewed the Dirty Jobs Complete Heavy-Duty, Oxygen-Powered Stain Remover. It can be used as" a booster for stain removal in the laundry, a cleaner for dingy bathroom surfaces, for freshening upholstery and fabrics, and it is even safe as a carpet stain remover. The original formula of Dirty Jobs Complete harnesses a higher concentration of oxygen-powered enzymes unlike any other product on the market cutting through grime, grease, stuck-on dirt and set-in stains."  I love that it works on such a large variety of projects.  It is safe for colors and biodegradable.  It works really well on the mold that tends to grow around our tub and sink in our super humid climate along the Texas coast.  This is a really great all-in-one product:)  ABCD Diaries gives Dirty Jobs cleaners an A+!

Disclosure:  ABCD Diaries was given samples  for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone

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