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Mrs. Meyer's Surface Scrub - Lavender 11oz

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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Lavender Surface Scrub works on the grimy surfaces throughout your home. This non-scratching powder is made with a naturally safe ash and oxygen bleach for use on tile, stainless steel, professional cookware, porcelain fixtures and more. It's chlorine and phosphate free, of course.
Use Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Lavender Surface Scrub for all grimy surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom, such as tile, stainless steel, porcelain and dirty pots and pans. Wet surface, sprinkle on powder and scrub. If you're facing a difficult stain, sprinkle our powdered scrub on a wet surface, lightly scrub, and let sit for a few minutes. Return for a final scrub.
Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Carbonate Peroxide, Hydrated Silica, Fragrance*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate. PRODUCT INGREDIENTS ARE AT LEAST 98% NATURALLY DERIVED.
Other Label Info: Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day household cleaner ingredients are no less than 97% naturally derived. Their products do not contain ammonia, chlorine, glycol solvents, parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde, artificial colorants, phosphates or petroleum distillates. Their packaging is recyclable and they use 25% post consumer plastic in their bottles. They do not test their products on animals, nor are their products made with animal-derived ingredients.

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Great in the bathroom!
I use a lot of essential oils and natural oils in the shower and tub which can leave an oily ring that attracts dirt and grime. This product works great for cleaning this mess right up with little effort.

10/16/2014 7:13 PM
Tricia Pennington

Works and smells great! Nice to get ground in dirt off surface

7/3/2014 6:51 AM

I use it to clean the sink and then the smell is welcome but its a little strong for the tub.

11/7/2013 11:35 AM

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