Review // Babyganics Cleaning

Looking for some safe cleaning products? Try out Babyganics! #sponsored

During my weekly trips to Target, I always see

Babyganics

products and have been meaning to try them out for quite some time. The packaging has always drawn me in and the fact that the word "baby" is mashed with the word "organic" always appealed to me. But with only one of us working, I never got the chance to "splurge" and try something new, not knowing whether it would work or not. Well last week, Babyganics sent me a plethora of products to try out and review for you guys and so far...I have

loved

every single product. I mentioned two of the products in yesterday's post,

Updated Diaper Bag Essentials

, and today I wanted to do a straight up review of the cleaning products I received. Rather than trying to work the cleaning products into a "normal" post, I thought a simple review post would be the most helpful for you, my lovely reader.

Floor Cleaner Concentrate

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$5.99

at

Bed Bath & Beyond

Here's the dirt (ha) on the floor cleaner: it has no paragons, sulfates, ammonia, bleach, phosphates, fragrances, or dyes. It is rinse free and leaves no residue and is perfect for tile, vinyl, porcelain, sealed hardwood, carpet (compatible with carpet cleaners), and laminate. And like their other products, it is never tested on animals. This product is ideal if you mop your floors, which I do not. But I did use a rag and scrubbed the grouting between the tiles in our kitchen. Let me say that I do use a Swiffer Steamer on our kitchen floors at least once per week and I had just cleaned the floors the night prior to scrubbing them with the floor cleaner. Despite what I thought was good cleaning, the rag was literally black when I started scrubbed the grouting. The floor cleaner did a fantastic job, it got up spots on the tile that I thought were just going to be there forever but the cleaner got them up! Seriously, I thought that some of those spots were just stuck there forever because they had been there before we moved in. The cleaner made the water nice and soapy, perfect for cleaning up the grime without too much effort. Overall, I was quite pleased with the cleaner. I just wish that I had gotten this a month ago when we were borrowing my parents' carpet cleaner so I could try out that aspect of the product.

Multi Surface Cleaner

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$4.99

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Bed Bath & Beyond

Babyganics' multi surface cleaner cleans glass (it's streak free!) and hard surfaces without

 any

 harsh chemicals. It's non-toxic and non-allergenic and is Pediatrician and Dermatologist tested. Basically, it can't get any better than that. I've found that some surface cleaners leave a visible sort of film on my dark laminate counters but this surface cleaner left no film and had no icky smells. I felt like my counters were clean

and

 safe after using this product. A win win.

Foaming Dish & Bottle Soap

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$5.99

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Babies R Us

The dish and bottle soap is non-toxic, non-irritating, and non-allergenic. And like the surface cleaner, it is Pediatrician and Dermatologist tested. This is an excellent bottle cleaner for sure, the fragrance-free aspect and its gentle suds are perfect for bottles. For everyday dish washing, it's not quite ideal for me because it doesn't feel "strong" like it can get the tough grease up off of pans. It does get the gross dishes clean but I felt like I had to use a little extra effort to get the really stuck foods up. But I do plan on using it as a bottle cleaner because it doesn't leave any kind of residue on the bottle nipples or plastic bottles, an issue I've had with other dish soaps.

Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitizer

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$5.99

 at

Babies R Us

How many of you have one or more Bath & Body Works hand sanitizers floating around your purse and diaper bag? I currently have two in my purse, one full and one practically empty. They are great, I mean I

guess

 that they do the sanitizing job pretty well (I don't actually know the facts for those) and sometimes the fragrance is obnoxious, but overall they are pretty great. But I would

never

 use one of those hand sanitizers on William. It just feels like too strong of a sanitizer. In comes Babyganics' alcohol-free foaming hand sanitizer. This bad boy is made with plant-based ingredients and kills 99.9% off germs. It's also non-allergenic and Pediatrician and Dermatologist tested. That's pretty legit for a hand sanitizer, right? Sign me up! The only con is that it felt drying on my skin despite the claim that it has a moisturizing formula.

Toy, Table, & Highchair Wipes

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$5.99

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Babyhaven.com

Before I get into the awesome information about these wipes, I just want to start off by saying that I absolutely

love

them. Seriously. Besides their awesome cleaning power, they are made with no harsh chemicals and is made with a plant-based cleaning power without ammonia, bleach, phosphates, phthalates, sulfates, fragrances, or dyes. I have been on the search for some sort of wipe or spray cleaner that I would feel comfortable using on William's toys and I have finally found it. These wipes are super strong and get the job done without a ton of scrubbing and scratching. I used a wipe on his highchair because I forget to clean up applesauce from the previous night on the tray and it easily wiped it up like it was fresh applesauce not dried on gunk. I even used a wipe to clean off my Kitchen Aid mixer and it got all of the dried flour/butter stuff that was stuck to it and left it nice and shiny. Without a doubt, these wipes are my favorite cleaning product from Babyganics.

I am more than happy with all of the Babyganics products that they have sent me. Many of them I will be purchasing for our home once they run out and there are so many more products from them that I am excited to try, like the

gel teething pods

,

cold relief chest rub

,

natural insect repellent

, and more! have you tried any Babyganics products? What are your favorite all natural cleaning products?

*all products in this post were sent to me from Babyganics for review. All opinions are my own, information about the products is from the

Babyganics website

.