Live Simply All-Star: Method Cleaning Products
A little while ago, I wrote some blathering about a certain Method bathroom cleaner that worked wonders in my shower. I stand by that post, but I’d like to take the opportunity to amend (extend) it slightly.
Here’s the deal: sometimes you just feel compelled to shout out a winner. When you’re a professional organizer/life simplifier whose hobbies including folding laundry, color coding, and scrubbing dirtied grout, and you have a blog, you sometimes feel compelled to write a post about Method products which are winners.
I’ve tried a whole bunch of Method products since that Tub N’ Tile and I hit it off as we did, and I can honestly say not one has disappointed (full disclosure: the daily shower formula smells to me of baby diaper–clean baby diaper of course, but baby diaper all the same. So bear that in mind). Each one smells fresh but never overpowering, does exactly what it claims to do, and is free of toxic poisons, which I hear is usually considered a plus.
Listen, listen, I’m not suggesting you reside in some hovel where news of the last millenium hasn’t been received let alone Method and it’s colorful solutions, I’m merely making the comfortable assertion that perhaps you’ve passed their products by many times in the supermarket, or that you’ve limited your initiation to the brand to one bottle, and like, try more, hey! (?) If, consequently, you’re well-versed in Method and use their products on the regular, then let’s bask together!
Here’s some dumb picture I took for photographic evidence:
The current cleaning arsenal includes the squirt + mop wood floor cleaner which works well and has a lovely and subtle almond scent, the steel for real stainless steel polish which leaves my fridge so reflect-y I can practically use it as a mirror, the aforeblogged tub n’ tile bathroom cleaner, as well as the daily shower spray in baby diaper scent for maintaining the clean, the all purpose cleaner in french lavender (not pictured) and I usually hate the smell of lavender because it never fails to remind me of my elementary school teacher who had terrible B.O., but that’s a story for another time, as well as the all purpose surface cleaner in ginger yuzu.
Method, you’re a grand brand, in my humble opinion.
Oh, and since I’m clearly entering the hardcore brand loyalty zone, be sure to let me know which Method products you love so I can scoop those up too.
I’m going to go do something to try and regain some morsel of cool, being that composing an ode to home cleaning products doesn’t quite boost one’s rating.
*This post ain’t sponsored by nobodies, including the folks at Method, although, hey Method! Sponsor me!
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Annie Traurig was born with the ability to see order through clutter. As a child, she spent playdates organizing friends’ closets and packing their duffle bags for summer camp.
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