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7 Places to Use Mean Green for Serious Clean

Cleaning should be a get-in-get-out arrangement. Nobody enjoys the chore of cleaning. Mean Green Super Strength is my go-to when I want clean fast. There are so many places to use Mean Green.

A bottle of Mean Green is less than $3 usually at Walmart, so it’s budget-friendly. It is a powerful multitasker that takes on the dirt, grease, and grime you need to tackle.

On the back of the bottle is a list of how Mean Green can be used. Bathrooms, kitchens, automobiles, carpets, garbage cans, and more.

Here’s what I have cleaned with Mean Green and why it is my family’s favorite cleaner:

7 Places to Use Mean Green for Serious Clean

Kitchen Stove

After I am done cooking, I spray the messy, greasy stove with Mean Green Super Strength and allow it to sit for a few minutes (usually while I organize dishes for cleaning).

Then I just wipe the mess away.

Once a week, I spray the more challenging spots like burner plates, let it sit for 30 minutes, and then wipe clean to restore the shine.

Mean Green as a degreaser is powerful.

A bottle of Mean Green Super Strength Cleaner stands on a white kitchen stove, near utensils and a tiled backsplash.

  • Floors

Great for hardwood, tile, or linoleum floors with a lot of traffic.

I dilute the Mean Green in the mop bucket, and it loosens dirt, mud, grease, and sugary spills.

It does need to be rinsed.

  • Walls

It can be used on painted walls, removing sticky residue and even crayon and ink marks.

  • Bathrooms

Mean Green can be used to clean any bathroom fixture and remove a reasonable amount of soap scum.

The last kid out of the shower sprays the shower with Mean Green Super Strength, and it does well at keeping the soap scum away.

It works well at removing hairspray residue.

A bottle of Mean Green Super Strength Cleaner on a white bathroom sink counter next to a mirror.

  • Laundry

Mean Green Super Strength is a great multi-tasker.

We feel it works better than marketed laundry stain removers on organic stains such as chocolate, cola, blood, grass, etc.

How do I use mean green degreaser on whites and another laundry?

Spray the stain, rub in with a brush, then let it sit for half an hour overnight before washing.

I also add 1/4 cup to the washing machine to help with any missing stains.

Mean Green as a Carpet Cleaner.

We have pets.

Mean Green Super Strength is great on the carpet for cleaning pet stains.



Let it sit for 5 minutes.

Lay a slightly damp white rag over the stain and step on it to activate it.

Allow rag to dry.

Repeat until the stain is removed.

Close-up of a hand spraying Mean Green Cleaner from a bottle onto a carpet, with sunlight highlighting the spray.

Mean Green products contain no bleach. Last night, Jeb, our dog, vomited on the carpet.

I just grabbed a bottle of Mean Green and sprayed the area.

My husband came in and started freaking out because the bottle I had grabbed was Mean Green Mildew Destroyer.

He was sure I had just ruined our carpet.

Thankfully, Mean Green contains no bleach and spared our carpet. Yet another reason I love Mean Green.

  • Vinyl Siding and Wood.

I have used Mean Green Super Strength to clean the vinyl siding on our house and remove the green muck from our front porch wood.

Hand holding a bottle of Mean Green Super Strength Cleaner, spraying it onto dirty white house siding.

Mean Green is a great all-purpose cleaner

It cleans deep and removes tough stains and residues.

It is not a sanitizer.

If you’re looking for an extraordinary cleaner that’s easy on the wallet, pick up Mean Green Super Strength.

It is the most potent, economical cleaner we’ve encountered.

Let Mean Green help you get everything right and ready for the season.

About Julee: Julee Morrison is an experienced author with 35 years of expertise in parenting and recipes. She is the author of four cookbooks: The Instant Pot College Cookbook, The How-To Cookbook for Teens, The Complete Cookbook for Teens, and The Complete College Cookbook. Julee is passionate about baking, crystals, reading, and family. Her writing has appeared in The LA Times (Bon Jovi Obsession Goes Global), Disney's Family Fun Magazine (August 2010, July 2009, September 2008), and My Family Gave Up Television (page 92, Disney Family Fun August 2010). Her great ideas have been featured in Disney's Family Fun (Page 80, September 2008) and the Write for Charity book From the Heart (May 2010). Julee's work has also been published in Weight Watchers Magazine, All You Magazine (Jan. 2011, February 2011, June 2013), Scholastic Parent and Child Magazine (Oct. 2011), Red River Family Magazine (Jan. 2011),, and more. Notably, her article "My Toddler Stood on Elvis' Grave and Scaled Over Boulders to Get to a Dinosaur" made AP News, and "The Sly Way I Cured My Child's Lying Habit" was featured on PopSugar. When she's not writing, Julee enjoys spending time with her family and exploring new baking recipes.
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