I won’t say I was ever lazy when it came to cleaning but I was certainly a bit more relaxed about it then I am now. With an 11 month old and a dog who might as well have made my carpet, I clean a lot more than I used to.
Mrs Gleam pride themselves on having cleaning products that are ‘ safe around the family, safe on skin, safe on all surfaces, easy to use and eco-friendly’. When I heard about their Little Darlings range I needed to know more! I hadn’t ever heard of a cleaning range designed specifically for children’s items.
The Little Darlings range consists of a highchair cleaner, potty cleaner and car seat and buggy cleaner. Each cleaner comes in a handy 100ml spray bottle which makes them perfect for popping in a changing bag. Soon they will also come in 750ml bottles too (which I NEED)!
Mrs Gleam say the following about their high chair cleaner:
Kills 99.999% germs in 30 seconds
Leaves no residue
Safe to eat off
Perfect for use whilst at home or on the move
Safe on all surfaces
Safe on skin
Erin tends to make a massive mess on her high chair and booster seat. I love having this to hand to clean up after every meal. I know the table is super clean after using the high chair cleaner so we can get on with the next meal immediately without any messing around.
One of my biggest annoyances when taking Erin out for lunch is the state of public high chairs. I don’t believe they’re ever really cleaned properly as I often get one with stuck on food! Although I normally give these a quick wipe over with baby wipe I don’t ever really feel like it’s enough. Having a bottle of the high chair cleaner in my changing bag means being able to give these high chairs a better clean before letting Erin eat dinner in one.
I honestly think that the Little Darlings range will be one of my new ‘must haves’ for my changing bag. Prices start at £3.99 so they’re not very expensive and they are made purposely for children’s items! (Mrs Gleam also sell regular cleaning products)
Disclaimer: We were sent these products for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own.