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Thursday, 14 November 2013

Happy Healthy Home with method - Clever Helper in The Kitchen (Part 1)

It has been raining a lot lately. Kitchen kinda busy as no more eating out...which translated to a messy and oily kitchen.



Lucky for Mamarazzi her drowned package of method product arrived just in time to the rescue.

One of the bottles was spilled but the company said they will send replacement. That is what Mamarazzi like about it. Company is friendly and responsive to customers complaints/feedback.


This round Mamarazzi tried out the Method All-Purpose Cleaner Natural Surface Cleaner with Cucumber scent. It's cleaners are derived from corn + coconut. No problem in breaking break down dirt in the natural way. 

  
Me too...I wanna try out the product too.

Easy to grip and squirt. I tend to get over board with the squirting part. Kept kena Mamarazi scold say no need that much. Just a squirt or two will do!

 Wipe with the cloth. Half way wiping, I wondered did Mamarazzi blend Cucumber juice. Mamarazzi said no. The scent is from method's All-Purpose Cleaner. So refreshing.

For the kitchen, I like the cucumber scent better than the Lavender scent.

 Got too "rajin"(Hardworking) till wanna "dismantle" the stove to clean...

 Not bad right?

One more gems found in the package was method Dish Soap -Sea Mineral

What Mamarazzi like about this bottle is the pump and the "straw" in it. See how the "straw" have a bended shape. Sure no wastage then.


 It claims to be an ultra grease-fighting and biodegradable dish soap. Just nice to try out on the super oily container which Mamarazzi put the excess oil all the keropok lekor frying in.

 One squirt on the sponge.

 Ewww.......yucky oil..... Wash with the dish soap...

 
Hmmm....not bad wor. At least can save one electricity bill. No need to boil hot water to get rid of the oil.

You can get method All-Purpose Cleaner Natural Surface Cleaner with Cucumber scent and method Dish Soap -Sea Mineral from Jaya Grocer, Ace Hardware, Cold Storage, Aeon Big and even online from www.wmsmarketing.com . WMS Marketing offers free delivery for purchases over RM20(West Malaysia) and RM40 (East Malaysia).


43 comments:

  1. Auntie Lina has clementine dish soap and the smell is so fresh and lovely!

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    1. Oooh...never tried that before. Next time will order that to try

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  2. This Anak Kucing sure hardworking lar...

    Mama Kucing no need to phiak his butt la if teacher said he's not concentrating at school.

    See how dutiful he is at home? hihihi

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  3. Maybe can get the sea mineral dish soap after this. Had the sea mineral handwash before and LOVE it!

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    1. Sea mineral seems to be good for skin wor. Wahhh hand smooth la like that

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  4. I always eye this brand when I'm at Target. It looks like it works well, and I'm a fan of the orange cleaners for grease. I'll get some the next time! Thanks for a good review:)

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    1. We don't have the orange cleaner herw. Hope method will bring it in soon

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  5. all purpose eh? i think im gonna get it to clean my kitchen, stove and maybe toilet as well? hahhaa

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  6. Kitchen getting bz due cooking? But why mamarazzi no post photos of more home cooked food? Faster post la, I wan see la.. Even if it's just fish ball bihun and steamed egg, it's still home cooked ma.. Post more ok.. Don't safe as draft, then "man-man" publish when you have run out of things to blog, hehehehehehe...

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    1. Lazy to draft leh. Internet connection not that good here

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  7. Wah J boy rajin oohhh.. Help mummy clean kitchen and do housework wor.. The other day, he was wearing an apron with half-naked body, today, help mummy clean kitchen pulak.. I think mummy should ask him to put on the sexy apron again (without any top on), and then only ask him to clean the kitchen, lagi sexy giler, babe...

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    1. OMKucing....nnt blog ni attracts 5354 readers leh

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  8. Wahhhhhhhhhhh!!!! Bagusnya anak!!! Bila nak datang Sibu, cuci my kitchen? Hehehehehe!!!!!! Such a good boy!

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    1. Waiting for papa to buy the plane tix

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  9. Can I borrow J for a weekend? Household chores is waiting..... sigh...

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    1. Lol....good good...you can help to bbsit too :p

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  10. I like the dish soap. Make me want to wash more dishes..hahah. They have quite a few scents for this range. So far only try the cucumber one.Love it

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    1. If the scent is the same as all purposes cleaner I will buy lo

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  11. Look forward to see your homecook meals, hehe...

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  12. Look forward to see your homecook meals, hehe...

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  13. Not only good cleaning products but also a very good helper. Keep it up the good job, little boy.

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  14. oh, Mamarazzi has got new METHOD products to use again!! yeah, and look at the "kaypoh" Small Kucing, whenever it comes to METHOD cleaning time, he sure want to "help"~~ haha!! :D

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    1. He manyak syok spray spray but mamarazzi sakit hati oh see he spray so much. No need so much keh

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  15. METHOD is very innovative.. what we usually find with the common household cleaning agents are non other than lemon or lime, but they are using cucumber and also sea minerals in their products!! this is what i find interesting.. and cucumber is surely known as a good "grease remover" huh?? :)

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    1. I think so too. More pui fook is the inventors are two guys. Usually aunties are the ones who would find vegetables n fruits to clean the house mah. Guys usually takes the easy way out. Mana tau the founders are so creative

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  16. the dish soap with sea-mineral from METHOD looks interesting.. many times the usual dish detergent will not be able to wash away grease, and just have to be tolerate with that even after a few wash.. tried to wash pork lard before and sure mamarazzi knows how tough it is.. i guess this METHOD dish soap with sea-mineral can do the job easily huh??

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    1. Never tried on lard before. But if can clean the oil from the goreng keropok thing then should be ok la

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  17. look at Small Kucing, so hardworking helping Mamarazzi in the kitchen.. i guess he will only do that if there is METHOD, else surely he will not be able to clean stuffs so relaxingly~~ :D

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    1. Yea lo. Coz method bottle easy to carry n grip ma

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  18. Great products and surely I need them. Like you said, heavy cooking at home because can't go out due to the rain. Will click on the link and discover further.

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  19. Boil hot water to get rid of oil? Really need to do so to get rid of it(if without using this)?

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    1. If it's very oily. Hot water is best.

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  20. Good day!

    Yep, it's been raining everyday!! Aiyoyo~ My clothes tak boleh kering pun~

    This Method sounds good, may wanna give it a try.

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    1. Yea. Great if those that stay in apartment to use the detergent

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  21. More method products.... whoo hooo and good for you. But that means you have to clean. Sounds like work to me.

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    1. Lol....even without it still have to clean but at least now it's easier to clean

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