Simply Nerdy Mom: Spring Cleaning: How Enzyme-Based Cleaners Work Around the House

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Spring Cleaning: How Enzyme-Based Cleaners Work Around the House

 


It's spring cleaning time again, and if you are anything like me you are constantly looking for products that help make the process much easier. Whether it be items that help organize or things that help get you that deep clean all through the home. The deep clean is especially important for those of us with kids and pets. 

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Probably one of the best ways to save time cleaning is to narrow your cleaning products down to just a few that have multiple uses. As I'm discovering, Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator does a lot more than just clean your dirty clothes. As a matter of fact, I've found uses for it in pretty much every room of the house as well as outdoors. 

Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator is an enzyme-based cleaner. What's that mean? Well, enzyme-based cleaners are much better at tackling stains but especially the protein based stains like grass, milk, baby formula, and more. When you mix these enzymes with peroxides, whitening agents, and detergents, you have a powerful stain and odor fighting product. 




When it comes to cleaning my bathroom, especially, I turn to Biz in powder form. Not only can I use it to scrub the sink and tub, by using it like a regular abrasive cleaner, but I can sprinkle it on my bathroom rug and leave it sit a bit before vacuuming to eliminate any odors. It acts as kind of like a carpet freshener. I like to sometimes mix it in an empty scent booster container with a few drops of essential oil for added scent. I frequently do this with all of the rugs in the house and it removes any pet odors as well as freshens the entire room for days. 



Speaking of carpets and rugs, the liquid Biz is perfect as an added ingredient in my homemade carpet cleaning solution. I add about a half of a cap full into my solution before putting it into my Hoover Power Scrub Deluxe Carpet Cleaner Machine with hot water. I tend to deep clean my rugs at least once every three months to not only keep them clean in general, but to make sure I'm deep cleaning anything that may have been left in the rugs from pet messes that tend to happen while I'm away from home or in the middle of the night. 

Obviously both of these products are great at deep cleaning bedding, curtains, outdoor cushions (which is next on my list as the weather gets nicer), and many other indoor and outdoor items around the house. You can even use them to deep clean your car! 

For more ways you can use enzyme-based cleaners around your home visit https://bizstainfighter.com


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