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Cut Cleaning Time With Appliance Protection

Vincent P Platania

Sticky, greasy fingerprints are the bane of many a mom and dad’s existence. You cannot keep your children from touching the variety of appliances found in your home. The dishwasher, refrigerator, and oven all are conveniently placed at a child’s level. Yet, you can spend half an hour with window cleaner and a dust-free cloth to remove these troublesome spots only to have to turn around and do it again. This is no way to live. A Change Is In The Air Waxing your appliances is one way to help reduce your work. It sounds unusual, but it can cut your cleaning time in half. In fact, a specially formulated appliance cleaner with wax will help remove the sticky, oily stains and fingerprints that are currently on your appliances. It also works as a double agent by laying down an invisible layer of wax that will help prevent stains and marks from clinging to these glossy surfaces in the future. How Does it Work? With a swipe of the cloth, a cleaner and wax product helps remove troublesome stains, fingerprints, and marks from many surfaces. You can safely use it on appliances, countertops, wood cupboards, sinks, and even your kitchen fixtures. The special cleaner is also safe on marble, sealed wood, glass, enamel, ceramic tiles, stainless steel, and metal. When using one of these cleaner and wax products, it is best if you start with a relatively clean surface. Tough stains like grape juice, wine, or tomato need to be removed before applying the wax coating in order to achieve the best results. To use the cleaner and wax, you need to evenly spray a coating onto your appliance, countertop, or other surface. Make sure you have shaken the product thoroughly so that the components are well combined. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth and then buff to a shine. Ideally, the product should contain a clear wax that protects your surface against stains in the future as well. Typical Uses of an Appliance Cleaner and Wax Many homeowners and even professional cleaners rave about the unique ability of a cleaner and wax to prevent grime on surfaces after the first use. One of the more popular uses of this gem is to clean glass shower doors. The invisible wax does not streak on the glass doors, but it does prevent future soap scum build up. For best results, you will want to start with doors that have had all soap scum removed before use. On your countertops, not only will this type of product protect against stains, but it also helps fill in the troublesome scratches that trap dirt and dust. A thin coating of this wonderful product is all it takes. Keep your kitchen and bathroom clean for months with this unique product. First time use may require a thorough cleaning in order to remove tough stains and soap scum, but after that, you will find that cleaning is a piece of cake! Visit http://www.fullerstore.com

Author Vincent Platania represents the Fuller Brush Company. Fuller Brush has been in business since 1906, and offers safe, environmentally friendly products for keeping your home and your body clean. Visit http://www.fullerstore.com

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