LOOK: Here Are Must-Haves To Make Sure Your Home Is Clean

Cleaning your home can be a tedious task but if you are armed with the right products, cleaning can be such a breeze.

As a mom to a 1-year-old, it’s important for me that our home is clean. I’ve been wiping down walls, floors, toys, and everything you could think of- and it could be really hard especially if you don’t have the right cleaning products. Luckily, I found Scrub Daddy products.

Scrub Daddy, which originated in the United States and had been a favorite sponge brand by many households. It’s finally in the Philippines and had been helping everyone at home to keep their homes clean and spotless.

I always have a hard time cleaning our pots and pans. Since we use an induction stove, our pots and pans are usually non-stick and can be a pain to clean. I was always afraid of ruining the coating if I brush too hard. The Scrub Daddy safely scrubs grime, dirt, oil, charcoal, and anything you could imagine off of glass, non-stick coatings, ceramic, and even stainless steel.

Another product they have is the Scrub Mommy which has a sponge side to clean other sensitive surfaces. It is highly absorbent to make sure that you can clean thoroughly.

I always wondered about its design but it’s actually with purpose. The holes for the eyes are where you can stick your fingers so you can clean deeper items like glass, bottles and etc. The smile is used to easily scrub away the dirt from a spoon, fork, and other utensils.

Aside from the Scrub Daddy and Scrub Mommy, they also have the Sponge Daddy and Scour Daddy. The Scour Daddy (pictured on the left) is perfect for that burnt casserole. You don’t have to worry about messing up your cast iron pans because the scour daddy’s mesh can be used on different surfaces without ruining its surface.

The Sponge Daddy (pictured on the right) can be your all around cleaner. I usually use the soft side to clean up spills and surfaces that my baby always touch. It’s highly absorbent to make sure that you don’t leave out wet surfaces.

How about you? What cleaning materials do you use at home? Share it with us in the comments section below!

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