It’s that time of year when hordes of women charge their way up the grocery store cleaning aisles with purpose and determination, in an attempt to create a seasonally sparkling home. I’m not sure who came up with the idea that spring cleaning should be a thing, but here we are, buying into the hype.
Now, I’m no cleaning expert, but over the years, I have had some unfortunate reactions to products that just weren’t up to snuff, one of which included me screaming at a broken spray handle. For whatever reason, most of my springtime frustrations come from window or mirror cleaning.
Have you ever walked away from your clean bathroom mirror, only to come back and notice an enormous smudge? Or after cleaning, have you ever looked at your glass from a different angle, only to find that there are streaks in the shape of the motion you used to clean the glass in the first place?
Yeah…this is my life story.
Being that I’m almost forty, you would think I would have found a tried and true window product before now. But up until about a month ago, this was not the case. I tried everything from Windex to Method to Invisible Glass and just about everything in between, and was disappointed when none of the “streak free” products seemed to work on the glass in my home. I started to think it had something to do with the way I was cleaning. Have I been doing it wrong all of these years?
The answer is no, and I know this because I finally found Pella Glass and Window Cleaner. After years of searching, discovering a glass cleaner that doesn’t allow me to waste four paper towels on one small mirror makes me want to burst out into song.
In addition, I don’t have to scrub my glass so hard that the veins in my muscles start exploding. I simply spray, swipe and move onto my next cleaning adventure without the fear of seeing a random smudge out of the corner of my eye.
Cleaning with the Pella product has made spring cleaning more tolerable and less time-consuming. And I am proud to say that since the Pella Glass and Window cleaner has been a part of my cleaning routine, I have transferred my shouting matches with bottles to my aging steam mop.
And so the quest begins…