Posts tagged with «no bleach»

Stuck with Stubborn Lichen? Wipe it out with Wet & Forget Outdoor!

If you’ve got lichen growing on your deck, patio or driveway, you know just how much of a pain it can be. This scaly growth can form on just about any outdoor surface and, once it’s got a foothold, lichen can seem nearly impossible to get rid of. And once you’ve pried it loose, hardy lichen is likely to grow right back again. Not anymore! Wet & Forget Outdoor wipes out lichen with no scrubbing, […]

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See the Top 4 Ways Wet & Forget Indoor Wipes Up the Competition!

Indoor mold and mildew can get out of control before you know it, and turn your bathroom, basement or laundry room into a disgusting, musty-smelling, wheeze-inducing mess. If you’ve tried bleach or most commercially available mold cleaners, you’re stuck in a cycle of scrubbing with smelly chemicals again and again, only to see the mold grow right back. Wet & Forget Indoor Mold + Mildew Disinfectant Cleaner eliminates mold and mildew without all the hassle […]

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Turkey Coma? Let Wet & Forget Clean Your Shower, So You Don’t Have To!

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, and lots of us are in a leftover-stuffed, zombie-like state known as the turkey coma. Holiday shopping fatigue and house guest overload only add to your desire to just curl up on the couch with a cup of hot cocoa and call it a day. But what if your shower can’t seem to escape soap scum and grime? That’s where we come in. Wet & Forget Shower dissolves soap scum, oils, grime […]

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Sensitive to Smells? Try Wet & Forget Shower’s Subtle Scent!

If you suffer from smell sensitivity, cleaning your home can become an ordeal. Many bathroom cleaners, in particular, have very intense chemical odors that are very unpleasant to deal with, and can even leave some people not feeling well. But a clean shower doesn’t have to come with a strong, acrid smell. Wet & Forget Shower’s subtle vanilla essence scent is gentle on your nose while our cleanser blasts away soap scum, grime, oils, and […]

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