I am really excited to write this post today. All my friends and family know I have a wicked crush on this product. However, let me give you the back story of how my romance started.
When my daughter was about 10 months old we got an infestation of fleas. As you can imagine, I am not a flea bomb sort of girl. I tried every natural remedy I read. I was vacuuming 3-4 times a day. And while I managed to keep them from getting worse, I could not rid ourselves of them.
Frustrated and about in tears, I took to the internet again. I really didn't want to bomb, for many reasons, not the least of which she was crawling and putting everything in her mouth and the thought of pesticide residue over every inch of the house made me shudder. Then I came across Kleen- Free Naturally.
But wait, this article is on a cleaner not a flea removal alternative. I ordered Kleen-Free to help with our flea issue, but a little goes a long way so even after two weeks of heavy use I had half a bottle. And after all it is a cleaner. So why the dual use, and how is it not toxic if it kills fleas? Great question. It is an enzyme based cleaner. The enzymes work at breaking down proteins. How it works to rid fleas is by breaking down their exoskeleton (which is made of... protein), thus killing the flea. Now imagine that action at work on your greasy stove? Right?!
I use it to clean everything. It has no scent and if you like unscented you are set. However, sometimes I add Lavenderor Rosemary essential oil to it and it is an even bigger joy to use. I recently was at a friends house and was helping them clean up. I used their standard store bought foamy cleaner to wipe down a counter. I ended up with the worst headache from it, but felt glad I no longer breathed that stuff in everyday.
So here is a just a small list over everything I have used it on,however it remains most impressive to me on a greasy stove top mess. Spray it, leave it a minute to do its magic and wipe off.:
You can purchase it here. If you do, I would love, love, love your comments. What do you use it on? How did it work for you? Any uses for it I have not thought of?