Do you hate cleaning? You’ll love the Genesis 950 Concentrate. Well, before I give you my opinion, let me tell you what I found when I reviewed the Genesis 950 Concentrate. When I accept a review for a product, I don’t just read the material and write a post. I try the product on a number of places in my home to see if I really have an opinion.
With chemical products I’m usually a little nervous, because I’m chemically sensitive and could have a reaction. I liked this American-made product, that did have a scent, but it was fairly mild. It didn’t make me sick, but I can’t guarantee that for everyone. The concentrate can be used at different strengths. You can dilute it with water for a stronger or weaker mix, depending on what you are cleaning. I learned the following at Genesis950.com Here are some of the things they list that can be cleaned with Genesis 950:
The website states that Genesis 950 doesn’t contain alcohol, ammonia or bleach and claims to be Eco-friendly. These are the items listed that it can safely remove:
- Vegetable Oils
- Insect Residue
I don’t have carpet or pets, but it the product gives directions to clean carpets and pet stains. I’m sure this would be wonderful to have! Though I didn’t try it, the website says you can even use it in Steam cleaners and Rug Doctors.
Since Spring is right around the corner, I’m starting to do some cleaning. With my weak shoulders, I don’t have the strength to scrub and scrub. This product made it easy to clean. I just sprayed the Genesis 950 on and took a sponge right to it. The area came clean right away. The sink and shower projects were so easy. This was wonderful for someone who doesn’t have good strength.
Shiny and Clean!
Thanks, Genesis 950 Concentrate! Now, when it stops snowing, I’ll go outside and Spring Clean my patio furniture with Genesis 950 Concentrate. I would definitely recommend this cleaner to my readers.
Disclosure: I received 1 Gallon of this product, in order to perform the review. I did not receive any other compensation. All opinions are 100% mine, and you may or may not agree with me.
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