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 All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
Do you have a greasy, grimy mess somewhere in your home? Chances are, you do. I know I do especially in my kitchen.
Zep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser

Zep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser

I love to cook. Unfortunately my stove top suffers the consequences of nightly meals being cooked. From sauces splattering out of the pan, grease popping everywhere, to my children dropping food as they attempt to make their plate, my stove top definitely gets dirty. I’m not worried about the mess at all. I know that Zep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser has my back.

Zep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser definitely gets the toughest of jobs done. After dinner was finished and it was clean up time I sprayed my stove top with the Zep. I allowed it to sit there for a few minutes to do its job while I loaded the dishwasher. I grabbed my rag and wiped away. I was amazed that I didn’t have to, as we say, use the elbow grease to scrub away the mess. I wiped the area one time and it was squeaky clean. It melted right through the tough greasy mess that had splattered everywhere. There was no need to keep applying the cleanser to the stove top. It cleaned the greasy mess the first time. That aspect alone is very important to me as a busy mom. I don’t want to waste my time and money reapplying a product to get my surfaces clean. I believe a product should only be applied one time and do the job it is designed to do. ┬áZep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser did. It cleaned the stove top with no need for a second application. I was very pleased that I was able to breeze right through with my after dinner clean up.

Zep All-Around Oxy Cleaner and Degreaser is not just for the kitchen. It’s equipped with the toughness to not only tackle the kitchen but the bathroom as well. It is safe enough for the most delicate of surfaces too. It is safe to use on countertops, sinks, stainless steel, appliances, and even upholstery and carpet. Say hello to the cleaner of all things dirty.

This post is part of a sponsored campaign. All opinions are my own.