I think I live with two dilophosauruses, the spitting dinosaurs from Jurassic Park.
How else to explain the disgusting amount of spit that winds up on the bathroom mirrors in this house?
But only on the mirrors above the sinks used by the male members of this household. Quick, call in Sherlock Holmes…
Or better yet, call in Fish Foam.
I became a convert to Fish Foam after receiving a can in my swag bag at the Southern Bloggers Conference. Trust me when I say, this stuff is magic in a can.
I’m happy to have the opportunity to review Fish Foam and to give away some of this fabulous cleaning product to one of my blog readers as part of my 1-year Blogiversary Giveaway Bonanza.
With just a spray and a swipe, Fish Foam gets rid of fingerprints, dirt, grime, toothpaste splatters and whatever else is clouding your view through your windows and in your mirrors. In our house, we’ve officially retired the blue stuff — what a cleaning dinosaur ! — in favor of the red can — Fish Foam!
No matter your politics, when it comes to cleaning glass, always vote red over blue.
Fish Foam is a professional-grade, ammonia-free and streak-free cleaner created and used by America’s largest window cleaning company. It cleans windows, mirrors and glass surfaces. Fish Foam is a foam, not a spray, and it’s alcohol-based. So it really delivers on its promise of a streak-free shine. And it doesn’t drip or run.
My husband is the chief mirror cleaner in our house. That’s what he gets for being the tallest!
And he has literally tried everything to get rid of streaks. He’s cleaned mirrors with newspaper and special cloths, but he still had to work really hard to eliminate the streaks. Fish Foam has eliminated that extra work. (Note to self: find a way to fill all that free time he now has.)
I love how our bathroom mirrors shine after they’ve been cleaned with Fish Foam.
Here’s another something I’ve discovered about Fish Foam, for all you painters and furniture rehabbers out there.
Fish Foam easily removes paint from mirrors and glass.
When I was new to the furniture painting game, I used to spend lots of time taping off mirrors and glass doors so I wouldn’t get paint on them. Then, I got lazy and decided it would be easier to scrape the paint off with a razor blade after I’d finished my painting project.
Uh, not so much.
Then, I decided to try Fish Foam on a mirror I had painted. And it worked like a charm.
Here’s what I do:
I spray a liberal amount of Fish Foam on the mirror, then I gently use a rag (and sometimes a green dish scrubber) to remove the paint from the mirror or glass. It comes off with ease with Fish Foam, not so much with other glass cleaners. Once I’ve removed all the paint residue, I reapply Fish Foam and give the glass a good shine.
So, are you ready to win some Fish Foam? If you’re like me, once you try this product, you’ll keep a can in every bathroom and in your garage.
To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below.
Be sure to visit Atta Girl Says all this week for other great giveaways, including a handmade basket, a Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint Sampler Pack, a $100 gift certificate from Origami Owl and something pretty for your home from Farmhouse Decor, the online store run by my friend Barb of The Everyday Home.
Good luck in the giveaway and thank you so much for making my first blogging year such a wonderful one.
Entries for the Atta Girl Says Blogiversary Giveaway Bonanza will be accepted through midnight on Thursday, March 7. Winners will be announced the following week.
Disclosure: Fish Foam provided me a free can of glass cleaner for review, and the company is providing one winner on my blog a can of Fish Foam. But I was already a fan and user of Fish Foam after trying it previously. The opinions here are true, and they are my own. I’ve also included input from my husband, who cleans our mirrors regularly with Fish Foam. Fish Foam is also an advertiser on this blog.