I have been getting the entrance of my home ready for fall by cleaning around the screen door, sweeping, potting new plants, and adding a festive wreath.
However there was a section that was bothering me. My husband had removed wasp nests (AKA Dirt Dobbers) a couple months back, but there was still debris left behind. Now this tends to be a pretty visible area, and of course these spots were the first things I would see when I walked up to our home.
A special thank you goes out to Mean Green for inspiring and sponsoring this post “Removing the Mess from Wasp Nests! See How I Did This DIY Project!”. Opinions expressed are that of my own.
Since I am an Ambassador for Mean Green, I wondered if the “Super Strength” formula would remove this grime, and decided to put it to the test.
To get started, I needed rags so I grabbed a few I made from cut up shirts, a hard bristle brush, a bucket, and a step ladder.
I then took the Mean Green Super Strength, and on the stream setting sprayed several spots. Then I let this sit for around five minutes.
Tip: Always test a small area first. Mean Green also recommends to not use this product on painted surfaces.
Next I put on my sunglasses to protect my eyes, dipped the brush in the water and scrubbed the spots.
I had to apply a little more Mean Green to the tougher spots, and after scrubbing and wiping the areas clean with a wet rag, it worked!
This process of removing the Mess from Wasp Nests really did not take much effort and it looks so much better! You can see how clean the various areas are.
FYI, I also used this product to clean my aluminum screen door.
Mean Green Super Strength it is a product made with a unique blend of detergents and solvents that form a powerful heavy duty cleaner and degreaser.
Their independent Lab tests have proven it to beat nearly every other cleaner on nearly every stain. Plus, it’s biodegradable, non-toxic and contains no acid, ammonia, or bleach, you can feel safe using it just about anywhere, inside and out.
Look for Mean Green Super Strength at local stores like Walmart, Dollar General, or even Lowes. Plus, you will also find products like Mean Green Mildew Destroyer, Mean Green Orange Champ, Mean Green Cleaner with Bleach, Mean Green Antibacterial Multi-Surface Cleaner, and a line created for industrial use.
What upcoming cleaning projects do you have around your home? Which one of these Mean Green products would you like to try first?
Carlee @ FLL