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Two and half years ago, we built our new home in the country. It’s seen a lot since then – whatever a teenaged boy, a young girl, and a mechanic husband can trudge in. You don’t realize how much there is to clean until you’re looking at greasy fingerprints on doors, a utility sink covered in mud and auto grease, “missed” items into the garbage can, and other family messes. Then, there’s all the things in the garage and repair shop that we keep clean.
This is all stuff that we’re realizing as we start spring cleaning. You wouldn’t think that with a new-ish house there’d be much to clean, but there definitely is.
Soon, hubby will be starting the restoration on his 1951 Pontiac Chieftian. It’s not in great condition, and there’s plenty of work to do, but I know that our Mean Green cleaners will help. Stay tuned to see how we use Mean Green in our garage and shop and on other tough jobs around the house!
Where would you use Mean Green in your house?
What’s your toughest cleaning job?
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