Take the Pine Sol Challenge! {Giveaway}

I love a good challenge, and recently I was given a good one! 

The Pine Sol Challenge!

My mission, should I choose to accept it, was to clean my whole house using only (yes only!) Pine sol! 

Why not make cleaning a little more fun with a challenge? So I accepted that mission and began my Pine Sol challenge!

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Pine Sol in the Bathroom:

I cleaned both inside and outside of the toilet bowls with Pine Sol, I’ve never used Pine Sol on toilets before and found it to do a really good job. I also used Pine Sol on the sinks and counter tops and found it to work perfectly there too. Right away I wished that the challenge bucket came with a spray bottle to use, I prefer to spray my cleaner and then wipe surfaces down rather than fill a bucket.

Pine Sol in the Kitchen:

I used Pine Sol on the kitchen table, counter tops and sink. I actually found I preferred cleaning the sink with this cleaner over my regular powder cleaner that I use. The powder tends to leave behind a visible residue on the stainless steel that I have to go over again with a glass cleaner to remove. I’ll be using Pine Sol from now on, it cleans well and nothing left behind.

Pine Sol on the Floors:

We have laminate flooring throughout the house and I mixed the Pine Sol solution with water to use with my Rubbermaid Reveal Mop. The floors came out looking clean and streak free.

The Challenge winner was definitely Pine Sol! I was surprised by all the different surfaces and places I could use it and even decided to swap out a regular cleaning for this one!

Ready to take the Pine Sol Challenge yourself??

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Enter below to win a Pine Sol Prize Pack featuring:

1 multi purpose cleaning cloth
2 bottles of Pine Sol
2 double sided sponges
1 pair of rubber gloves

This Giveaway is now over

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Comments

  1. ameirah t says:

    my tile floor

  2. The bathroom is always a challenging area!

  3. Jessica.J says:

    The litterbox … when its time for its monthly clean out & scrub down!

  4. Pine sol .. i like the purple one .. its smells better 😉

  5. I need to take on my window frames

  6. Victoria Sit says:

    My kitchen floors.

  7. Gail Squires says:

    my kitchen floor (tiles always seemed to be streaked after washing) and the bathroom

  8. We have hardwood floors, and I cannot get them shiney or streak free. If Pine Sol is up for the challenge, than I accept!

  9. my kitchen floors

  10. my kitchen floor – constantly cleaning it

  11. sarah sar says:

    i will be using pinesol to mop my kitchen floor

  12. Behind my fridge, it gets so grimy back there!

  13. The bathroom!

  14. Bathroom floor

  15. angela m says:

    Bathroom
    thanks

  16. Angela Mitchell says:

    My kitchen sink and garbage pail.

  17. Marilyn Legault says:

    Our bathroom is a challenge.

  18. Shirley says:

    The bathroom.

  19. Belinda McNabb says:

    My bathroom

  20. Lindsay Cyr says:

    I will use it on my kitchen floors!

  21. Jennifer L. says:

    I’ll tackle my fridge and stove with it.

  22. ugh – the dreaded bathroom

  23. lori butler says:

    kids bathroom (boys)

  24. Julie G. says:

    The back entry floor, it’s constantly needing to be cleaned.

  25. scott macmillan says:

    I would use it for my kitchen floors.

  26. Monique L. S. says:

    The bathroom – it is a mess right now

  27. Cathy Truman says:

    My kitchen floor.

  28. Karla Sceviour says:

    I would use it to clean the range hood over my oven.

  29. Maegan Morin says:

    I will use it to clean my bookshelf!!!

  30. Bathroom then Kitchen floor.

  31. My laundry room sink.

  32. Anu Chopra says:

    My bathroom and kitchen floors!

  33. My bathroom floor!

  34. My kitchen/dining room is where I’d use it!

  35. Sunshine G says:

    The bathroom…ugh!

  36. The kitchen floor

  37. Doris Calvert says:

    my bathroom

  38. The bathroom.. just used Draino for the drains… now need to really scrub the whole room!

  39. My kitchen floor!

  40. Leanne M says:

    my bathrooms

  41. Our hardwood floors which are everywhere.

  42. Floors!

  43. Heidi C. says:

    Shower walls? Meet Pine-sol and scrub mop!

  44. PineSol in the bathroom – oh my it needs a good cleaning!

  45. Michelle B says:

    I would use it to clean the bathroom walls and floor.

  46. sarah stickney says:

    stove

  47. Venessa B says:

    My laminate flooring

  48. 409cope says:

    I will use it to tackle my basement floor!

  49. Chandra Christine O'Connor says:

    my floors especially on wet days with muddy dog paws all over it

  50. Florence C says:

    the bathroom

  51. Wayne Lecoy says:

    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    It would be great to win a Pine Sol Prize Pack.
    In response to your requirement to
    Name one challenge area you will use Pine Sol to tackle.
    I would use Pine Sol to tackle cleaning the bathroom.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!!

  52. Darlene Schuller says:

    My girls bedroom!!!

  53. I will clean the bathroom around the toilet and the tub and so on.

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

  54. Lee Pearson says:

    Pine Sol is a great cleaning product. I use it in the bathroom and my kitchen floors, but I will use it to clean the inside of my kitchen cupboards. Periodically I like to empty my cupboards and wipe them down with a good cleaning product, especially under the sink area. Thanks for this nice giveaway.
    Ps. I love this font and colour!!

  55. tanyab79 says:

    yuckie litter box

  56. I would be using it to tackle the bathroom, especially the tub.

  57. bathroom

  58. My bathroom for sure!

  59. Kelly R. says:

    My entire bathroom.

  60. Sabrina T says:

    My kitchen floors need all the help they can get

  61. Debbie W says:

    My kitchen floor and cabinots will receive some needed attention.

  62. The bathroom. I have 5 sons. Enough said.

  63. kitchen floor!

  64. kitchen floors

  65. Dayna Wilson says:

    The bathroom floor, in front of the litter box. Yuck.

  66. The coloured wall of horror.

  67. Andrew P says:

    The Kitchen Floor

  68. Robyn L says:

    I use it on the tile floor

  69. Beth Gallinger says:

    I’d use it in the bathroom.

  70. Jaime Brown says:

    I would use it in my toilet, bathroom and kitchen floors, thank you:)

  71. Brenda Penton says:

    The toilet in our main bathroom

  72. Debbie Welchert says:

    Definitely the bathroom floor.

  73. The Bathroom

  74. Marcella says:

    The bathroom floor!!

  75. Sydney D says:

    Bathroom floors.

  76. Vera Godley says:

    My house is not a challenge now as it was when the children were growing up and my current home is easier to clean because it is newer and the surfaces easier to clean with a swipe. HOWEVER, w have well water and it tends to leave lime or something residue in streaks in the bathroom fixtures and spots in the kitchen. So there is a challenge. The current method is frequent cleaning and then the occasional scrubbing with abrasion to scour it off. That I would like to eliminate.

    Years ago, some company had a pine gel that came in a can (similar to a small paint can). It was used for a variety of purposes just as pine sol is. However, I and others used it in our laundry as a laundry boost. After rinsing and hanging on the clothes line to dry, there was NO pine smell left on the clothes which was good.

  77. Karine G says:

    Around the bathroom, and a bit in the garage. Thanks for the giveaway!

  78. Kitchen floors and under the stove and fridge.
    Thanks.

  79. The bathroom.

  80. natasha severson says:

    i’d tackle all my walls! THEY NEED A BIG CLEANING!!!

  81. shell h says:

    I’ll try the toilet

  82. Sparkle says:

    I find the backsplash behind the stove is a very challenging area, something always seems to have been splashed against it and grease is a problem there too.

  83. Karen Thaeter says:

    I would tackle the tops of my kitchen cupboards
    karenthaeter@hotmail.com

  84. Brenda T. says:

    I will tackle the kitchen!

  85. the bathroom

  86. Alison Braidwood says:

    I’d use it on grotty bathtub grout.

  87. The bathroom!

  88. Teresa Claire says:

    That room would be the storage room/laundry room.

  89. jeffrey n says:

    definately the washroom

  90. I think they would be great for the floors first.

  91. SweetPanda says:

    Bathroom

  92. The bathroom, really the whole house needs it…

  93. Bathroom

  94. The kitchen.

  95. sueboobadoo says:

    my daughter’s bathroom… I need all the help I can get in there..lol 3 girls = continuous mess

  96. Glenna F says:

    The bathroom floor in my kids’ bathroom.

  97. Nicole B says:

    My kitchen floor!

  98. Melissa Avey says:

    Bathroom…always =(

  99. bathrooms

  100. bathroom

  101. kitchen floors

  102. My bathrooms would be first!

  103. Suzanne Smith says:

    Kitchen floors, of course – still have old linoleum.

  104. Samorjj says:

    The soap scum in the tub.

  105. Donna L. says:

    the bathroom floor

  106. Stephen k says:

    My work van could really use Pine SOl

  107. jackie reid says:

    The kitchen

  108. Sherri F says:

    The bathrooms!

  109. Viv Sluys says:

    Under the kitchen sink is definitely one area that I would use this on

  110. Lori Bazan says:

    The downstairs “boys” bathroom and shower!

  111. Starr Greenwell says:

    I would use it in the bathroom

  112. Sandra S says:

    My kitchen floors

  113. With 3 boys in the house (my hubby and 2 sons), the bathrooms are always a challenge.

  114. Rose Holloway says:

    The Kitchen

  115. shannon Baas says:

    The bathroom.

  116. In the bathroom.

  117. Nicole Newby says:

    Pinesol was designed perfectly for my kitchen and bathroom tile.

  118. The bathroom floor.

  119. Mihaela D. says:

    in the bathroom

  120. bathroom! the tub!

  121. stephland3 says:

    My kitchen floor!

  122. My childrens bathroom that’s a job no one wants to tackle!

  123. my bathroom tiles

  124. SueSueper says:

    I would tackle the stairway going to the basement.

  125. Vanessa says:

    The bathroom!

  126. Sherry Fraser says:

    I would scrub my bathroom with it.

  127. Denise S says:

    The kitchen sink.

  128. Dianne Melnick says:

    the bathroom 🙂

  129. diane king says:

    all my floors enjoy the cleaness and smell of pinesol

  130. clean bathrooms

  131. jennifer capin says:

    bathroom

  132. Dawn L. says:

    I would use Pine Sol to clean my bathroom from top to bottom. It is a “challenge” area not because it is difficult to clean, but because I procrastinate when it comes to cleaning it. *L*

  133. josee carpentier says:

    the kitchen floor

  134. Ashley J says:

    I think I’ll try tackling the bathroom with it 🙂

  135. I love using it on my floors. It makes everything smell nice!

  136. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    the kitchen floors

  137. Stephanie Larison says:

    The kitchen floor for sure!

  138. Definitely will be tackling the floors.

  139. The bathroom floor

  140. I would use it on my kitchen floor.

  141. pat galas says:

    its a favorite for all my floors.

  142. debbie s says:

    my icky bathroom

  143. Victoria C. says:

    I have to say the bathroom, especially around the bottom of the toilet.

  144. maegan delorme says:

    my bathroom floor

  145. Kristi Renout says:

    The bathroom.

  146. Lisa English says:

    the bathroom

  147. debbie f says:

    my bathroom.

  148. Christine says:

    The bathroom always needs extra help!

  149. The bathroom ceiling is always the bane of my existence and can use all the help I can get.

  150. lucy kabatoff says:

    The bathroom always needs cleaning.

  151. julie_bolduc says:

    bathroom yuck!!!!!!

  152. Kirsten Park says:

    Every single baseboard in my house… they need a good scrubbing!!

  153. sean pynaert says:

    The teenagers upstairs bathroom is just terrible. Pine Sol can fix it!

  154. Lisa Paquette says:

    the kitchen floor – it is so difficult to clean, I’m sure PineSol could do it though1

  155. Tasha Cooper says:

    I would use it in the bathroom.

  156. dawn rader says:

    the worst room in the house! the bathroom!!

  157. Theresa Michalik says:

    Bathroom of course, 2 boys in the house

  158. Wanda Tracey says:

    I would use Pin Sol cleaner to get the grime off my walls around my stove where there. is splatter from grease.

  159. kimberley barrett says:

    my bathroom tiles

  160. pd reimer says:

    the bathroom, although I cant say I’m looking forward to it!

  161. Beth Rosell says:

    the bathroom is the worst – i really need the Pine-Sol for that

  162. blessedta says:

    the kitchen

  163. Jennifer says:

    I will use it on the hidden corners of my kitchen floor.

  164. Christine says:

    kitchen floors

  165. Monique Rizzo says:

    my downstairs bathroom.
    Thanks for the chance
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  166. Rebecca Peters says:

    I would do my kitchen floors

  167. Definitely my bathroom floor.

  168. Tanja Paquette says:

    to be honest, think I would tackle the closed-in porch first so that I can actually enjoy using it this summer!! Then of course the bathroom

  169. Betty C says:

    Shower walls

  170. Leona P says:

    In the bathroom

  171. Tiffany Hearn says:

    My kid’s bathroom! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  172. I wouldd definitely tackle the bathroom floors first.

  173. Darrah Bailey says:

    My bathroom in the basement

  174. Gillian says:

    The bathroom floor and the laundry room floor.

  175. Jacquelyn says:

    I’m up for the Challenge!
    My bathroom and laundry room floors could use a good cleaning!

  176. bathroom – all of it. thanks

  177. Jo Ann Moffatt says:

    My son’s bathroom!!!!

  178. Laurie Emerson says:

    I will use it on the tile in the shower which is always a challenge to clean.

  179. K. Cleaver says:

    The linoleum in our mud room.

  180. Karrie Millheim says:

    behind the fridge

  181. Wendy L. says:

    All my floor heating vents.

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