Amazon's most popular house cleaning products

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Want to get on board with the most popular cleaning products out there? Amazon's best selling home products reveal what people are buying - and what really works.

The Pink Stuff Paste, $4.77

This cult product can be used to clean anything from saucepans and ceramic tiles to garden furniture and glass.

Rub the paste on with a sponge, and watch the dirt come off.

"This cleans pretty much anything," raves one user.

A  tub of The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste on a white background
The Pink Stuff Paste, $4.77 is one of the most popular cleaning products on Amazon. Photo: Amazon

Scrub Daddy Cleaning Sponge, $5.95

This sponge is designed specifically to be held easily, so you can clean properly.

Put your fingers through the eyes of the sponge, and use the mouth to clean both sides of utensils. it's made from a flexible polymer which resists odours and works well with just water.

You can use it on all sorts of surfaces including wood, plastic, copper, iron, vinyl, car exterior paint, glass, non-stick coating, stainless steel and more.

"It should be illegal to buy any other sponge," says one fan.

The Scrub Daddy Cleaning Sponge on a white background
Scrub Daddy Cleaning Sponge, $5.95. Photo: Amazon


DampRid Refillable Moisture Absorber, $6.60

After months of wet weather along the east coast, it's no surprise people are buying products to get rid of damp in their house.

This refillable moisture absorber helps prevent mildew, mould and musty smells.

It's great to pop around the house in small areas such as wardrobes, cabinets, bathrooms and laundry rooms.

When the crystals have been absorbed, simply pour them away, and pop in a new dry packet. "Works really well," confirms one buyer.

A tub of DampRid Refillable Moisture Absorber on a white background
DampRid Refillable Moisture Absorber, $6.60. Photo: Amazon

Ajax Eco Antibacterial Disinfectant Surface Cleaning Wipes, $4.50

These household grade disinfectant wipes kill 99.9 percent of germs.

They cut through grease, grime and stains, and make cleaning the kitchen, bathroom and other surfaces super easy.

They're made from bamboo fibres, and are 100 per cent biodegradable and compostable.

"Can't live without these," says one buyer, "We use them on everything."

A packet of Ajax Eco Antibacterial Disinfectant Surface Cleaning Wipes
Ajax Eco Antibacterial Disinfectant Surface Cleaning Wipes, $4.50. Photo: Amazon

MR.SIGA Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, $17.99 for 12

Absorbent, soft and scratch-free, these cloths are great for cleaning windows, kitchenware, cars, or other delicate surfaces.

They're also great used as dishcloths to remove grease, or dusters to get rid of fingerprints on glasses without leaving traces of lint.

They can be washed hundreds of times and they dry quickly too.

"A great product," says one happy customer.

A multicoloured set of 12 MR.SIGA Microfiber Cleaning Cloths on a white background
MR.SIGA Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, $17.99 for 12. Photo: Amazon

Boon Cacti Bottle Cleaning Brush Replacement Set, $24.38

Great for cleaning small parts of bottles and straws, including sippy cups and parts of breast pumps, these brushes will avoid mould and dirt gathering in places that could cause harm.

They're made with durable nylon bristles, and don't contain BPA or PVC.

A set of Boon Cacti Bottle Cleaning Brushes
Boon Cacti Bottle Cleaning Brush Replacement Set, $24.38. Credit: Amazon

Chux Magic Eraser Spot Cleaner Pad, $1.94

This powerful scuff and mark remover will get rid of stubborn marks on walls, floors and skirting boards.

It's made with micro-abrasive technology which penetrates surfaces easily to break up tough dirt and grime.

You can use it with nothing but water. "These bad boys are a lifesaver," raves one user.

A packet of Chux Magic Eraser Spot Cleaner Pad
Chux Magic Eraser Spot Cleaner Pad, $1.94. Credit: Amazon

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