I have had a like affair with Windex ever in view of the fact that I was a kid, helping my mom get ready for company, “Windexing” was one of the jobs she would willingly hand over. Most likely with an “I need the help, and how much destruction can she (me) really do” thought in mind. I loved cleaning, seeing how long I could make a cloth last, experimenting with different quantities of cleaning fluid, seeing the dirt disappear. Sounds exciting huh, well let’s remember there weren’t 200+ TV channels and iPads to play with back then! Helping Mom out was a fantastic pass-time and generally came with a small reward.
I can remember when Glass Plus initially came out, and my mom brought it home to try. It just wasn’t the same. I used excessive amounts to get rid of it quicker, and left the windows streaky in the hopes I’d be rewarded with the return of Windex. I can honestly say, I’ve never tried other types of glass cleaner as and adult.
A couple of months back I was contacted by a company to try out their window cleaning product. I thought, well, why not give it a try, it was complimentary which I must mention for the record. I was a small leery of the name “Fish Foam”
which to me conjures up images of fishies being whipped up in a blender…a few days later a box indoors with three huge red cans. Yes cans, with a nice huge button to dispense the product. The initially thing I thought was, that’s an improvement, I can remember how many times I’ve had to swap pumpers from one bottle to another, annoying and drippy.
In view of the fact that I expected the package, I have to say I have done several comparisons between Fish Foam and my Windex, and Fish Foam has performed very favorably as a cleaner. I also find it really simple to dispense and control the management of the cleaner. It seems to me there is less waste, making it economical, and Fish Foam dries streak free. I have shared it with friends and gotten all positive feedback. I would recommend the the product especially to anyone who has distress by spray pump bottles. My only criticism would be that the name doesn’t make me reckon it’s a cleaning product.
Living in your Kitchen — design trends– Aston Smith