Cinderella Tackles Spring Cleaning

Since Rebecca is still trying to claw her way back into our good graces due to her little incident, we thought that a little Spring Cleaning would do her a world of good. So some of her Spring Break has been spent with me portraying the wicked stepmother character….and her doing a lot of chores. It seemed like the opportune time to try out Windex’s Outdoor All-In-One window cleaner.

Rebecca sour-faced dutifully took off the window screens off of 17 windows, and began to read her instructions on the box. Here are Windex’s instructions:

SPRAY window and cleaning pad with garden hose.
WIPE window with cleaning pad.
RINSE window with garden hose. No need to hand dry.

The benefits of using Windex on your outdoor windows include:

Windex’s® Special Sheeting Action Formula that prevents streaks and spotting
Clean 20 windows† with a single pad! (refills available)
Reach up to 11 ft. so you can safely and easily tackle tough outdoor grime without the hassle of using a ladder.

Here are a few pics of Windex’s Outdoor All-In-One in action. By the way you will not see Rebecca in these pictures because she was convinced if I was going to torture ask her to do outdoor chores, then she was going to get a tan while doing it ( not a battle I felt like fighting that day). Anyway, Here it is at work.

It really did a great job. The cleaning pad held up through seventeen windows at my house, and there are no streaks! I can tell you without a doubt, I will buy this again, and figure out another way to get Rebecca to clean my windows again (well surely she will get in trouble again….lol).

Now you can test out Windex’s Outdoor All-In-One window cleaner for yourself, because I am giving away a free kit!. This giveaway is open to United States residents only. Just follow the giveaway instructions. Remember if you enter Anonymously….please leave an email address where I can reach you. This giveaway will end April 2, 2009 at 12:00 midnight CST.

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This post was written for Family Review Network as part of a program by SC Johnson, who also supplied the product for review and give away.