BzzAgent: P & G Product Review | The Cami Way

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
I love free products, don't you?
For those who do not know, I have a review blog (fashion, film, products) and I keep it separate from this blog. I have been thinking of joining the two together but I'm not sure if I should. It's called The Cami Way, in part because my family always say that I do things my way.
Earlier this year I joined BzzAgent, a program that will send products based on your interests and on the product campaign. Last month (June) I got my first campaign and I couldn't believe I had been accepted into it. If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter you have probably already seen the posts I did review the products, but I also wrote a post on them.
Here is an excerpt:

*Disclaimer: The opinions and thoughts expressed in this blog are solely my own. I was given these products for an honest review and were not influenced by the company in any way, shape or form.*
 I received more than I expected and was ecstatic to put them to work.

They were mostly given to those who live in QC because the overall idea is getting ready for moving day which here is July 1st (Canada Day). It was my first July 1st where people instead of celebrating Canada they move. The products are to help clean, get ready and make moving less stressful than what it is.
These were full-size products and so they I was able to try them out to their full extent. And that they were free? Yes, please! Here is my honest review.

P & G Homecare BzzCampaign

Swiffer Duster Extender Kit

  • The one item I was most excited to get was the Swiffer. I had heard a lot about it but I had never had the chance to try it out, and it did not disappoint. I loved that it could extend over 3 feet (!), the dusting part moves almost 300° and could collect almost 99.9% of the dust. Since it could extend so high I didn't have to stand on a chair to be able to dust the high windows in our home. It also works without lifting the dust which helps in this allergy season.
  • The only downside to the product is that the dusters are disposable as soon as they get dirty and you have to buy refills. If they were reusable they would be good for the planet and for your pocket. 
  • I will definitely buy the refills once over. I do recommend this, especially to people of short stature (like me) or those who like it to be easier to dust. Overall I give the product 8/10. 
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, 2 pads
  • I did like this product a lot and that I was able to clean up the hardest of spills while not having to be rough. I used this in my bathrooms (that soap scum *ugh*) and on the walls of my house. It cleans really well and the ones that I was given were Extra Durable which means that the pads lasted longer and cleaned more.
  • There were no downsides to this product, except that it couldn't work on my quartz countertops. Would I buy it? I don't' know though I liked it and give it 9.5/10
Want to read more? You can go here to see the rest of the review. If you enjoy it please comment down below or in the original post.

What do you think? Should I join the two together or keep them separate? I would love to read your feedback.
Au revoir

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