Mrs Gleam's Little Darlings Range Review

Mrs Gleam has recently released a Little Darlings range which includes a potty spray, a car seat and buggy cleaner and a highchair cleaner, all of which are safe around children, safe on skin and eco friendly, so I was super happy about that, and even more so that all three products within 30 seconds will kill 99,999% of germs! All items are 100ml so are suitable to take on holiday in your hold luggage as well which is handy for our upcoming holiday. Each spray is £3.99 or you can get all three in a handy little bag for £9.99 either on the website, Kiddicare or other participating stores. 

The Potty spray has been fantastic as we are currently going through potty training with Isla, so I give the potty a spray after every use just to keep the germs at bay, and because I know it is safe around children I don't mind using it sparingly either, it is handy for on the go as well, the bottle is small enough to put in my nappy bag to use when we are out. The potty spray is apple scented which is nice so it doesn't seem to burn your nose like other antibacterial sprays. 

Isla does not use a highchair at home anymore, sometimes when we go out she will so again this is handy to fit in my nappy bag and also for when we go on holiday so I can spray the seat and table, and after 30 seconds its safe to eat off. I will be saving this for when Archie starts weaning at 6 months so I can spray his high chair after meals. I did use this spray on Isla's table and chairs that she does sit down to eat her meals at. 

The car seat and buggy cleaner is a great one, I was unaware that actually a car seat and buggy are probably covered the most in germs. I never thought about them that much but thinking about it now makes me shiver. I gave Archie's car seat a spray, and I also am yet to do Isla's but we have decided we are going to take it out the car so I can give it a good clean, and spray with this product as it can be used as a cleaner too. I sprayed both of the pushchairs, the Cosatto wasn't dirty as its fairly new but it was nice to spray it so I know the germs are almost gone, I did use the cleaning method on the iCandy though as when I looked at it I was surprised at how dirty it was. Im so use to putting the kids in and not really looking at the seats, the marks did come off the seat which was good, I just need to hoover them out now as the amount of crumbs etc in the creases is disgusting! Im definitely going to make a habit of spraying the seats often with this spray, especially in the winter. 

Here is a before and after when I used the car seat and buggy cleaner, you can see on the before picture that there was a mark on the right shoulder strap and also at the bottom right there was a mark as well. The spray done well as a cleaner, you just simply spray the marks, leave it to work for a little bit and then wipe (you can also repeat this step if needed) and you can also just spray the whole thing to get rid of the germs that you cant see. I sprayed the bumper bar (a common thing for young children to bite) and also the foam handles I sprayed as well. Im really happy with all the sprays and I love the size of them as well to put in your nappy bag, I hope they bring out bigger versions to keep in your cupboard at home as well. I am also going to check out the other Mrs Gleam products for around the house as I love that they are safe on the skin, safe around my family, eco friendly and non caustic! I love cleaning (weird I know) but the feeling when its all clean just makes me happy and feel better and now I can clean my children's most used items safely and soon my whole home with the rest of the Mrs Gleam products! 

*I was sent the 'on the go' pack to review, I was not paid for this and all opinions are my own as always.
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  1. This sounds like wonderful stuff....The bottle is so cute too x

  2. Love the sound of the potty spray - we are about to start potty training so it would come in really handy! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested


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