Simple Green Cleaning with Lemon Scent All-Purpose Cleaner: Review and #Giveaway

Monday, October 10, 2011 Posted by Dina N

I've been using Simple Green cleaning products for almost two years. I've been a fan since day one. Eco-friendly, easy, and effective? That's what I want from my cleaners - and I get it all with Simple Green.

Simple Green have been around for over 35 years. The Lemon Scent All-Purpose Cleaner is a new addition to their line of outstanding cleaning products. It comes in a 32 oz spray bottle. This cleaner is non-toxic, biodegradable, and a safer alternative to conventional cleaners. In addition, it's phosphate-free and safe for your septic tank. I hate have a strong dislike of obnoxious chemical smells and avoid them at all cost. No such risk with this cleaner: it contains no bleach or ammonia and has a pleasant lemon scent.

The Lemon Scent All-Purpose Cleaner is easy to use - just spray and damp-wipe or rinse with water. There's no need to dilute it. It's one versatile product that can be used on any washable surface in your home. The cleaner gets rid of cooking grease, dirt, food soils, pet soils, soot and more. I used it on my stove and microwave with shiny results. No streaks, no residue - simply clean. Next on my to-clean with Simple Green list: the bathroom. I can even tackle tile, floors, walls, garage doors, and carpet with this cleaner, if inspiration strikes!

The Lemon Scent All-Purpose Cleaner is available at 1600 Walmart stores throughout the U.S. Check out the Simple Green store locator for the nearest location. I also recommend the Original Simple Green All Purpose Cleaner and their Simple Green Naturals line. Each and every one of them does a fantastic cleaning job.

The Giveaway
One lucky U.S. reader will win a 32 oz spray bottle of Lemon Scent All-Purpose Cleaner from Simple Green!

To enter, please leave a comment below with your favorite eco-friendly cleaning tip or cleaning product - then follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form.

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Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received a free product sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.

35 comments:

  1. Charity and John said...

    My eco-friendly cleaning tip is to use baking soda instead of harsh chemicals when possible. That said, I do like simply green for certan cleaning projects and would be interested in trying the lemon scented.
    primabee at hotmail dot com

  2. Anonymous said...

    My favorite eco-friendly cleaner is Seventh Generation.
    flyergal82 AT (yahoo) /dot/ $com%

  3. debijackson said...

    my tip is to clean immediately to avoid stains and need for chemical cleaners

  4. Kris said...

    I use vinegar on my windows

  5. esluka said...

    my favorite Eco tip is vinegar..can be used in so many ways..clean coffee pots and if you have expensive designer jeans..you can do a cold wash cycle w/ some vinegar and hang dry to get rid of the dyes that could rub off! erinnsluka@gmail.com

  6. Mandy Kauffman said...

    We heat up water with lemon in the microwave to get those stubborn splatter makers loosened up. Then it's super easy to wipe the microwave clean! :)

    amanda_l_peters@hotmail.com

  7. Kapumaka said...

    My favorite cleaner is simple green but I have not seen it in lemon.

  8. Kapumaka said...

    My favorite cleaner is simple green but I have not seen it in lemon.

  9. Kapumaka said...

    My favorite cleaner is simple green but I have not seen it in lemon.

  10. shana said...

    Right now I am using a Kirkland brand all purpose cleaner. I think it's suppose to be like 409. It's been working & is eco-friendly. That's good for my septic system.

  11. Amy_M said...

    Use baking soda and vinegar! They will clean just about anything.

    amybabya79 at yahoo.com

  12. Trung Nguyen said...

    My cleaning tip is use baking soda a lot. There a lots of tips on using baking soda from Arm&Hammer website.

  13. mrsshukra said...

    I use Melaleuca organic cleaners and disinfectants!

  14. gahome2mom said...

    I heard that lemon juice cleans the coffee pot. Thanks gahome2mom/gmail/com

  15. freddie said...

    My cleaning tip is to use vinegar mixed with water to clean with and you can re-use newspapers to clean windows with by crumbling them up and use like paper towels. dwelchert@yahoo.com

  16. mbreakfield said...

    white vinegar is a great cleaner

  17. MyTwoCents said...

    ...my favorite eco-friendly cleaning tip is using white vinegar in the final rinse of the clothes washer load as fabric softener. You can use a Downy ball or the fabric softener compartment included in the washer. Vinegar kills bacteria, including the ones that causes some smells. There is no vinegar scent.I have been happy with my laundry since using vinegar...for 6 years now!

  18. CindyWindy2003 said...

    use baking soda and vinegar,
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  19. ElizaBeth said...

    Vinegar and baking soda when possible. Use as little chemical cleaner to do the job.
    eabivens atgmaildotcom

  20. Marina at My Busy Children said...

    we use vinegar for cleaning

  21. scottsgal said...

    we use baking soda as well instead of harsh chemicals when possible
    msboatgal at aol.com

  22. Sherry said...

    I use a lot of baking soda and vinegar for cleaning.

  23. rubynreba said...

    I've been using vinegar and water.

  24. itsme said...

    try just plain water first...often you don't really need a "cleaner" water does just fine and is safe enough to drink!!

  25. Jennifer T. said...

    I use baking soda to clean stainless steel pots and pans.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  26. KD { Mom of 3 Dolls } said...

    I use baking soda and boil water to unclogged my sink. We've been using JAWS, which my husband even likes!

  27. Bonita12 said...

    I like to clean with vinegar and water sometimes.

  28. ♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

    a spiritus vinegar solution for cleaning windows

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  29. CherylS22 said...

    I find that it is not necessary to use harsh chemicals for some cleaning jobs - I just simply use water.

  30. KAT said...

    my best tip is to always choose the organic

  31. HomemadeBaby said...

    I use rags instead of paper towels whenever possible. I boughts tons of cheap washcloths and I use those for so many things (from wiping spills, the floor, wiping out the microwave, etc) and then I rinse and throw in the dishwasher. Saves money and paper, plus it works great!
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

  32. Emily said...

    Seventh Generation

  33. Tylerpants said...

    My favorite eco-friendly cleaner is plain ol' water and vinegar. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

  34. Roxanne K said...

    I use reusable towels and rags (made from worn out clothes) for clean ups. :)

  35. trixx said...

    I like cleaning with baking soda, no scratches!

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