Here’s what I thought about KOH
- A big yes for windows, mirrors and even pool glass. I did all my pool glass last weekend.
- I would say that I still need a wet sponge and harsher product for my shower here and there.
- KOH is most definitely a maintenance product (just my opinion). I think that once you get those showers and oven clean, you will then love using the KOH to keep on top of your cleaning.
- I won’t use for toilet cleaning (because dry cloth!).
- The product has no smell at all. This is good, because I am a massive fan of low-tox cleaning.
- I still think a little bit of baby oil on stainless steel is the best cleaning hack you’ll ever try.
- It’s great for spot cleaning like marks on your walls, powerpoints or door handles.
Tips for cleaning pool glass with KOH
- Similar to shower screens – if you have built up streaks/marks/calcium then KOH will not cure it.
- It’s excellent for dirt and general marks.
- So easy to use.
- I hosed my glass down first so it was a little damp and I got rid of any dirt.
- Spray KOH straight on to the glass and wipe with your microfibre cloth.
But I hadn’t tried the mop until recently
- One of the easiest mops I’ve ever used.
- It took me a few turns to get it right for my floors. I decided that it’s better to wet the pad in hot water first and wring it out.
- Use minimal KOH spray only here and there. In the beginning I was spraying too much and it left my floors milky.
- You get 3 pads for the floor so it doesn’t matter if you always have one in the wash.
- Wash them in the machine (I don’t add any washing liquid – I just wash with water).
My husband was very happy to open the delivery and give it a whirl! See him in action >>
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That’s what I think! I’d love to hear what your opinion is?
You might also like these low-tox cleaning tips.
**Koh gifted me the mop this time round. I already bought the other products last year.