With so many scary chemicals out there these days, and all the damage they can cause, I am trying my best to make the switch from a few products I currently use. I don't know if a lot of people know this, but many disinfecting wipes used in the kitchen require the surface to be wiped clean of the chemicals after use. The packaging usually states something along the lines of requiring a rinse to the cleaned surface before it comes in contact with food. Not only does it show the concern over the chemicals, but it is extra work for me. No thanks!
The verdict? Sorry, Scotch-Brite, I don't think I will be buying this product again. For something labeled as having a "breeze" scent, I think what they meant was for you to open a window and let the breeze in because you're not going to like the smell. I'm not the only one in my household who feels that way. My guy doesn't even like to use them because he dislikes the smell so much, and he loves disinfecting wipes. I know that scent might be a compromise when considering a green product, but I don't think it should smell quite so unpleasant.
So, now I will go find a new product to try. Hopefully, the next one will be not only leave the area clean and safe, but smelling clean as well.