Flying back from Spain at the end of the weekend to glorious weather, made me realise that Spring is really on its way. The Daffodils have started to sprout and it’s time to freshen up my home. I’ve been spring cleaning with Zoflora and their Springtime disinfectant.
Not only does Zoflora leave your home with a long-lasting smell, but the concentrated disinfectant kills 99.9 % of bacteria and viruses, and eliminates bad odours: creating a safe, hygienically clean environment.
I’ve been Spring Cleaning with Zoflora using the Springtime concentrated disinfectant over the last week. It has a blend of freshly cut green leaves, pine, lemon and herbs and the fragrance has really helped bring a Spring feel to the house. It’s not an over powering smell at all which is great. I’m really not keen on strong smells or citrus, so this has been the perfect cleaning product for me!
The first place to tackle was the kitchen floor! With a 4 year Monkey and our cat Brewster running into the kitchen with muddy shoes and paws, it really needs a freshen up. You can use the Zoflora disinfectants diluted for this sort of cleaning; 1 part Zoflora to 40 parts of water.
If you are cleaning ceramic or metal sinks, drains and toilet bowls then you would use this product undiluted.
Top tip: You can even add it to your washing cycle to freshen up bedding or cushion covers – I had no idea this was possible.
I’ve been really pleased with the results. Bye bye bacteria, good-bye smells and lovely Springtime freshness. What more could I ask for? Next time round I will be using the Lavender fragranced disinfectant, which I’m sure will be just as great.
Zoflora Springtime is available in 120ml bottle with an RRP of £1.42. Stockists include Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Wilkinson’s.
disclaimer: we were sent these items for the purpose of an honest review.
3 thoughts on “Spring Cleaning with Zoflora – a review”
Both of these fragrances sound lovely, I bet your house smelled great after using them.
Even Daddy P was happy with the end result!
I’m defo going to try this. I’m sure I remember my Mum having a bottle in the cleaning cupboard but not sure if it was the same stuff. With 4 children, cats and sneaky chickens my kitchen floor works hard. Thanks for the idea