Got messy helpers? Bona to the rescue…

I’ve got super cute kitchen helpers, but they don’t always make my job easier. Behold what my oh-so-helpful kiddos did to my kitchen a few days ago:

Lovely, eh? Some days I love my job… 🙂 Fortunately, the good people from Bona and Healthy Child, Healthy World recently sent me two Bona cleaning products to try: Countertop Cleaner and Cabinet Cleaner! I pulled them out from under my sink (I’m not afraid to store them there because they are environmentally friendly and don’t off-gas bad chemicals to mess up my indoor air quality) and in no time at all, I cleaned my counter, cabinet, and floor.

And the lovely helper who created the mess? Well, she got a bath! I’m just glad the eggs were from happy chickens from a friend and not from the factory. I don’t worry so much about her getting a taste of raw egg from free-range chickens. 🙂

I was excited to receive the Bona products in the mail recently. I usually clean with vinegar and water, but sometimes it’s nice to use something a little different. I really like that the Bona products are eco-friendly and safe for my family. When we finally get our hardwood floors re-finished, I will be very curious to try their product out on them.

If you’d like more information on Bona products, please visit here. They sell a wide range of eco- and family- friendly products for your hardwood, stone, tile, laminate, and kitchen! And their products are evaluated by GREENGUARD Environmental Institute, “an industry-independent, non-profit organization that establishes standards and testing for indoor products. Its goal is to improve public health by helping manufacturers build safer, better products. These products will not pollute the air with harmful levels of dangerous chemicals or particulates.” I was so glad to have Bona Countertop and Cabinet cleaners for this lovely mess!

What do you use to clean your toughest messes?

Disclaimer: Bona sent me two complementary cleaners to try but did not pay for this post or influence my opinion of their products in any way.

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