Fresh and Clean are Signs of Spring

blog_cabinetSpring officially started on Saturday! Some places are still sealed shut to keep out the winter winds while others are beginning to open the windows and doors to let the fresh air in. Ahhhhh, the joy of spring; the fresh clean smell in the air.  That’s why we begin to clean our homes at the first sign of warm weather. We want our homes to smell as fresh, crisp and clean as the air. Many household cleaning products, however, smell like chemicals; not fresh and clean.  They leave harsh, unpleasant odors in your home.

Not Scott’s Liquid Gold Wood Wash. Wood Wash is formulated with a mild, gently effective citrus based detergent. It easily cuts through the dirt and grime that’s been accumulating all winter and leaves a fresh clean citrus scent.  Originally formulated to clean hardwood floors, trim, woodwork, doors and furniture, happy Wood Wash users have also found it works on a wide variety of other surfaces. They have used it on all kinds of materials including tile, linoleum, laminates, plastics – even leather furniture.

Try convenient Wood Wash Ready-to-Use spray for small areas or mix a big bucket of  Wood Wash Concentrate to use throughout your home. Wash just about everything with one eco-friendly, biodegradable product. It’s quick, easy-to-use and leaves your home smelling clean and fresh. Now, it’s that why you started spring cleaning in the first place?

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About Barbara Goldstein

I am the Director of Corporate Communications for Scott's Liquid Gold and Neoteric Cosmetics. I am the third generation to work in this family business founded and based in Denver, CO. We will celebrate our 6oth anniversary in 2011.
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