Introducing TruWASH - the amazing chemical free Glass & Shiny Stuff Cleaner.
TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray is made by passing normal water through 5 specialised filters - removing all impurities. The result is demineralised, pure water which acts like a powerful magnet to dirt and impurities - drawing them to it and leaving a grime-free, smear-free, sparkling finish!
The creator of TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray calls it "hungry water" - because of how powerfully it absorbs dirt and other impurities. I took TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray home to try it out, and can confirm that it pretty much gobbles up dirt and grime! In fact, since 'trying out' TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray at home, I've found myself looking for stuff that I could use it on - the kitchen counter, bathrooms sinks and taps, the inside of the wood-burning stove...
I was seriously impressed at how TruWASH handled the inside of the wood-burning stove's glass door. This had layers of greasy, smoky grime that glass cleaning wipes, or other glass cleaning sprays couldn't properly shift. TruWASH - albeit it took a few attempts - managed to clear it and leave the whole stove looking like new.
I've not gone so far as to encourage our toddler to rub her mucky hands all over our living room windows, but is it wrong that I'm inwardly delighted when she does so now??
How does TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray work?
Disclaimer - I'm not a scientist. What follows might not be the most impressive thing you'll every read on Purified Water.
TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray is made by passing normal water through 5 specialised filters - stripping out all native minerals and salts that are found in it. What's left is a purified liquid that acts like a 'dust magnet' in an attempt to replace them.
It's simple Chemistry really (stand by for a non-chemist's explanation of this 'simple Chemistry')...
As far as I (please be aware that I'm a former student of Modern History...) understand it (and I've read many several detailed 'an-idiot's-guide-to' articles on Water Filtration and Purification (all in the name of understanding how TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray works, and writing this blog):
Normal water isn't just plain, simple H2O. It also contains other stuff - for instance your tap water has been treated with a large number of chemicals in order to kill bacteria and other microorganisms. Then - before it gets to your tap - it passes through a network of pipes, and water is very good at dissolving minerals. In short - 'normal' water contains lots of different salts, minerals and impurities.
TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray is made by taking normal water, and passing it through specialised filters. This removes these other chemicals, salts and impurities - leaving only purified water behind.
Then, when TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray is sprayed onto a surface that has dirt, grime and so on present (here comes my highly-detailed, in-depth, knowledgable interpretation of it...), this purified water - because it doesn't have any impurities present in it - attracts the dirt and other stuff that's on your glass windows to it.
I could try and explain about electrical conductivity and demineralised water. There's also something I came across that mentioned the positive-charged H ions and negatively-charged OH ions, that make up H2O. Can you tell that I'm out of my depth here? All we know is that - because it's had all the impurities stripped from it - TruWASH acts like a magnet to the impurities that it gets sprayed onto. And that is why TruWASH's inventor calls it hungry water!
Maybe I should stick to the Spanish Armada...
How good is TruWASH Glass & Shiny Stuff Cleaner?
Honestly, I'm incredibly impressed by it.
At home, we've recently changed our kitchen and bathroom. Dust everywhere... We also have a toddler, and a dog who likes to slobber all over our (glass) front door. It's difficult to keep on top of keeping it all looking magnificent and shiny.
I've found in the past that if I used a window/glass wipe, it usually left a streaky finish. With a spray, this wasn't quite as bad, but usually it was still there. The only way of properly cleaning glass, in my limited experience, was to use a spray, wipe clean, and then follow this up with a dry cloth. Twice the effort...
With TruWASH - this isn't necessary. It just cleans it properly, first time.
It's great for cleaning the cooker - especially for bits that are incredibly difficult to shift. We've a stainless steel sink, and it works wonders on anything that has left a stain there. Trust me - get a bottle of TruWASH and you WILL find yourself looking for stuff to clean.
(*Confession - this is not my bathroom... my wife can only wish!!)
To sum up - TruWASH is great at cleaning glass and other shiny stuff. It works really well on things that are tough to clean, or stains that aren't easily shifted. This I can say, from personal experience.
There's also a scientific reason why it works so well, but - as you can probably tell - I'm not the best-suited person to ask about this...
TruWASH Glass Cleaning Spray, and a specialised Glass Polishing Cloth, are available in most larger Gordons Chemists, and online: https://www.gordonsdirect.com/truwash-glass-shiny-stuff-cleaner-750ml.html. It definitely gets a 5* rating from me!