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After reading an opinion here on dooyoo (it does work) I decided to ditch Mr Sheen and try Sparkle instead. I have always used Mr Sheen but found it was not cleaing as well and as soon as I had dusted I would have to go back and do it again. Sparkle has an anti-static dust prevention formula which, it does work, honestly. I dusted yesterday and the amount of dust that has settled is minimal, bearing in mind I had 7 babies here this morning !!! Its wax free so can be used on mirrors, glass, ceramic tiles, metal etc for a smear free shine !! The polish itself smells okay, a sort of lemony fresh kind of smell and it is air propelled, therefore good for the environment and so far mine has not clogged up, another let down of Mr Sheen, the polish would go anywhere but on the surface that needed polishing !! I would really recommend this to anyone, I like dusting, sad but true, and having an 8 month old baby I don't get much time to do it anymore, but when I do I like to make sure things stay as clean as possible !!
Working as a housekeeper in a large country house a few years ago, I was given all manner of cleaning products to use. Polish for this, polish for that - I had so many cans and bottles I almost needed a shopping trolley for them all! Anyway, years of experience taught me that there really isn't any need for all that stuff. Sparkle is very versatile and has replaced all the other polishes and glass cleaners in my life! I use it on just about everything, glass, furniture, vinyl, taps etc, works on squeaky doors too! I wouldn't recommend it on floors though!! The smell isn't too overpowering, just a nice clean smell and there's no lid to take on and off (I used to lose those everywhere!) I have mistaken it for 'Raid' fly spray a few times though (both made by Johnson Wax and in very similar cans) and wondered why the flies weren't dying. Fly spray doesn't work too well on the best dining table either. And, yes, I was the best cleaner they ever had:)