Store Brand Cleaning Supplies- Products That Shine

Let’s be real. Day-to-day life is a balancing act. There’s work, trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, humans and pets to care for… oh, and it would be nice if we could all keep our houses somewhat clean. It can be stressful, but it shouldn’t be too stressful on your wallet. Here are some of our favorite store brand cleaning products.

Swiffer Sweeper Dry Mop Replacement Pads vs. Kroger Home Sense Dry Sweeping Refills

AND vs. Walmart Great Value Dry Sweeping Refills

If you have a pet that sheds, you probably go through your Swiffer dry sweeper refills at an alarming rate. We have good news: Walmart and Kroger knock it out of the park with their dry pads. First off, they both fit the Swiffer brand handle easily. Plus, they trap dust and hair expertly and hold it on on the way to the trash can. Dry mopping the whole downstairs with one pad? That works for us. Buy Our Pick

Swiffer Wet Floor Wipes vs. Target up & up Wet Refills

Not only did our testers like the up & up version, they PREFERRED them to the name brand. Both pads functioned equally well, but the Swiffer pads are way to wet coming out of the box and sopped solution all over our floors. We’re trying to clean up a mess… not start a new one. Buy Our Pick


Method All-Purpose Surface Cleaner vs. Target Smartly All Purpose Surface Cleaner Smells Like a Citrus Grove

This spray cleaner smells and functions very similarly to Method. We love how fresh and clean citrus makes our counters smell, and you can’t beat the Smartly prices. Buy Our Pick


All Free and Clear Laundry Detergent vs. Target up & up Free and Clear Laundry Detergent

Sensitive skinned folks, rejoice. The up & up detergent truly is fragrance free and cleans it all- towels, sheets, and stinky yoga pants. We can get behind that. Buy Our Pick

This is just a small sampling of the many cleaning supply reviews available on the Brandefy app . Check them out to see how you can clean house… or bribe someone else to. We’re big proponents of that.

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