Car Cleaning with Mean Green

Disclosure: Today’s post is a sponsored post for Mean Green. The opinions are my own.


This year I’ve been discussing the great cleaning products that Mean Green has to offer, and I’ve discussed the various ways you can use their products.  Whether you’re looking to clean and sanitize your kitchen and bath, or you’re looking to clean your garage, grill, or deck furniture, Mean Green has the perfect  product for any job!  Today we’re going to talk a little bit about that heavy duty cleaning outside the house.  For the outdoor jobs previously mentioned, I turn to Mean Green Super Strength Cleaner & Degreaser. (We’ve even used it to wash out our aluminum siding!)  But today I’m going to go a little bit small scale and talk about how we  use Mean Green to clean the inside of our car.



Recently while cleaning out my car, I used Mean Green in a number of areas.  We have no garage at our house, so grass and dirt are easily tracked in to the car, resulting in dirty floor mats.  To clean the mats, I sprayed them heavily in the Mean Green cleaner.  I then scrubbed it really good using a scrub brush and a hand towel.  (The scrub brush works especially well in the knooks and crannies; a tooth brush is also good for this.)

Then I used the water hose to rinse off the mats and remove any excess dirt left behind.  Then I used a towel to dry the mats before placing them back in the car.



You can also use Mean Green to clean your dashboards, seats, and door jams.  Above is a picture of the inside of our door.  As you can see, it looked quite deplorable!  But after a few sprays of Mean Green, I was able to wipe away the dirt, leaving it clean and bright white!



Mean Green is available at a variety of retailers including Walmart, Kroger, Lowe’s, Dollar General, and Amazon. To find a retailer in your area, click here.


  1. I never used this brand before, but from the pictures I can tell it works great. I’m definitely gonna try it! Thank you for sharing it!

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