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Love the kitchen spray with bleach but I haven’t seen it in like 8 weeks! Are you still making it I love it and will continue to search for it! I purchase mine at smith food and drug/Kroger
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Does a great job cleaning and doesn't leave a heavy chemical smell behind. You don't have to really scrub to get it clean. Just a spray and wipe is usually all you need. I would recommend to anyone trying to get a clean fresh bathroom.
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|Sodium Octyl Sulfate||142-31-4||Surfactant|
|Sodium Lauryl Sulfate||151-21-3||Surfactant|
|Terpineol, dihydro-, acetate||58985-18-5||Fragrance|
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