"Take Chances, Make Mistakes, Get Messy!"
This post is sponsored by Simple Green.
In my science classroom, my students love to make messes and that’s okay! Like Mrs. Frizzle said, “Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!” Luckily, with Simple Green I can keep my classroom clean with their cleaning products. One of my favorite Simple Green products is their All Purpose Cleaner. This is a great tool to help clean up after a lab, wipe down dirty science tables at the end of the school day, or to clean up a student spill. The All Purpose Cleaner is concentrate, which means it can be diluted depending on how hard you need it to clean. As a teacher, this means that my money goes a little further and that helps me save money and time running to the store.
Simple Green’s d Pro 3 Plus is another great product for cleaning up classroom messes. Not only does it clean, it disinfects which is incredibly important in helping prevent the spread of germs. Even better, it as a built in deodorizer which makes this middle school teacher very happy. When my students stink up the classroom after gym and leave sweaty messes all over my classroom, this is my go to solution to get my classroom back in order. Another thing I love about this product is it comes in a concentrate that will make up to 65 gallons and it kills 99.9% of germs. This is a lot of bang for your buck and also allows you to be more sustainable because you can mix up a new bottle without having to use new bottles each time. This means there are a lot less single use plastic bottles sitting in a landfill and that’s a lot better on planet Earth. The best part is because it’s from Simple Green I know it’s okay to use in my classroom around my kids.
I am going to link my favorite Simple Green products here, so you can check them out and see if you love them in your classroom as much I do:
Simple Green All Purpose Cleaner
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