Clean Pacs are compact packets of cleaning solution that are made for cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, and glass. Each one is only about the size of an ice cube, but once you combine it with a spray bottle full of water, it should create 26 ounces of cleaning solution for you in minutes. Every startup package of Clean Pacs contains three packets for the bathroom, three for the kitchen and three for glass, along with three reusable spray bottles.
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To get started with your Clean Pacs, drop your first packet into one of the spray bottles that has come with your packets. The bottles will be labeled as being for the bathroom, for the kitchen, or for glass, and all the packets are color-coordinated, so you'll know which ones to use in each bottle. For your reference, the kitchen packets are orange, the bathroom ones are green and the glass-cleaning ones are blue.
After you've dropped a packet into your chosen bottle, fill the bottle up with water. Fill it to the top, but don't overfill it so that water sloshes over the sides. Close your bottle up, shake it vigorously for about 30 seconds, and then wait a few minutes for the contents of the packet inside to fully combine with the water.
Once the contents of your packet have dissolved and combined themselves with the water they're submerged in, you'll have a spray bottle of cleaning solution ready to use. You can then use it to clean anything in your kitchen, anything in your bathroom, or anything that's made of glass, depending on the bottle and type of packet you originally chose to work with.
In a startup set of Clean Pacs, you'll receive enough packets to make nine bottles of spray-on cleaning solution—three for the bathroom, three for the kitchen and three for glass. Of course, since you'll only get three spray bottles per set, you'll have to reuse each one three times. Depending on how often you clean, you may end up with enough of all three solutions to last you for months, or even a year or more.
As mentioned, all the bottles that come in each Clean Pacs set are reusable, and they're also made of heavy-duty materials, so you can expect them to be durable instead of cracking or breaking often. Plus, since they can all create a spray, you'll never have to pour out your cleaning solution onto a cloth once you start using them.
Clean Pacs are purported to be an eco-friendly alternative to other at-home cleaning solutions due to the fact that the bottles within each set can be reused instead of being sent to landfills as trash. Furthermore, to help protect children and pets, each packet will also emit a non-toxic yet bitter-tasting substance that will discourage anyone from swallowing if they put a packet in their mouth. To further protect children, the packets in each starter kit come in packaging that is designed to be difficult for children to open.
The type of thin and stackable packaging that Clean Pacs come in has also been designed to take up little space in a cabinet, in a closet or wherever you choose to store cleaning supplies. Since the bottles that come with the packets are a bit smaller than some spray bottles that house cleaning solutions, the entire system will take up minimal space on the whole. Therefore, you may have more room in your cabinets or closets for food, clothes and other household essentials.
These cleaning packets have been designed for use at home, but you may find them useful at work, too, if you're responsible for some cleaning tasks there. One reusable bottle and one package of packets may even fit in your desk drawer. Due to each starter set's space-saving qualities, each one also won't take up a whole lot of room in a cottage, in an RV or in a dorm room. As a result, you'll be able to ensure that your small living or vacationing space doesn't become filthy.
When you run out of packets to use within your spray bottles, refills are readily available from the manufacturing company. You'll be able to get these once a month, once every three months or once a year, depending on your needs. You won't need any new bottles, as you'll be able to use the same sturdy spray bottles for as long as they last—which may be several years or more.
With each starter set of Clean Pacs, the three bottles you'll get will be empty when they arrive, and you'll need to use your own water supply to fill them. Depending on what type of water you use and how you pay for it, making use of these packets could end up adding to your water bill over time.
No information about the odor of these cleaning packets is provided, which means that you won't know what they smell like until you start using them. If they give off an unpleasant odor once they're combined with water in a spray bottle, they may transfer that odor to the area you're cleaning and generally be unpleasant to use.
When you're using these packets filled with cleaning solution, it's best to put them in the bottles that originally came with your starter set. You should only use an alternative bottle if you know that it holds exactly 26 ounces of water like the ones designed specifically for Clean Pacs. Otherwise, if a packet were to mix with a significantly (or even slightly) different amount of water, the mixture may not be as effective when it comes to cleaning.
Under no circumstances should you ever rip open or cut one of your packets. Cutting it open won't make its contents mix with water any more effectively. In fact, cutting or ripping a packet might actually render its contents ineffective and result in the packet going to waste.
It's safe to mix all three packet types with water, but you should never mix them with any other liquid, such as vinegar, or any other substance that's commonly used for cleaning. If you were to mix one of your Clean Pacs with another liquid or a powder, it may not work properly, and even worse, a useless and possibly dangerous chemical reaction could occur.
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