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Effortlessly Get Rid of Any Dirt or Stains! Top 100-Yen Cleaning Products from Daiso and Seria

Keeping your kitchen and bathrooms sparkling clean takes time and patience. However, with the Japanese cleaning products from 100 yen stores mentioned in this article, you can get rid of tough stains with ease! Try them in your own home and see the results for yourself.

1. Get Rid of Stubborn Grease Stains with the Sesqui Cleaner (Daiso)

The Sesqui Cleaner is a spray made of sodium sesquicarbonate and electrolyzed water. It is designed for use on grease stains. Spray it on sticky areas like your stove top or stove fan, let it sit for a little bit, and then scrub with a sponge. The grease will come off easily, and your kitchen will come away looking spotless. It also deodorizes, removing noticeable smells like fish from your kitchen. One recommended area to clean with this product is the inside of the microwave. It’s an easy place to forget to clean, but you can make it sparkle with the Sesqui Cleaner.

It may sound unorthodox, but this cleaner can also be sprayed on clothes before putting them in the laundry in order to remove oily stains. During the warm summer months, stains on your collar and sleeves can become noticeable. Spray some cleaner on the problem areas, and then wash as usual for great results with minimal effort. You’ll definitely want to use this for white shirts and white clothes in general!

Price: 110 JPY (incl. tax)

1. Get Rid of Stubborn Grease Stains with the Sesqui Cleaner (Daiso)

2. Clean Sinks and Bathrooms with the Citric Acid Cleaner (Daiso)

Part of the same series as the previously mentioned Sesqui Cleaner, we also recommend the Citric Acid Cleaner. Wipe off limescale in your bathroom and kitchen using this spray and a sponge. It also disinfects, and works for cleaning the toilet.

One recommended use is for garbage bins and kitchen drainage. As the temperature rises, it’s easier to notice the smells coming from your garbage bin. During these times, just spray the Citric Acid Cleaner to prevent the spread of germs and reduce the smell.

Price: 110 JPY (incl. tax)

2. Clean Sinks and Bathrooms with the Citric Acid Cleaner (Daiso)

3. No Detergent Required With the Melamine Sponge (Daiso)

This popular, perfectly-sized Melamine Sponge can wipe away stains without using detergent, and is available at 100 yen stores. The Melamine Sponge is more dense and firm than a regular sponge, allowing it to polish stains away. Because of its rough texture, it’s not recommended for use on fragile surfaces.

For residue on the bottoms of pans or other stains that look difficult at first glance, just use this sponge with water, and watch them rinse away! The fact that no detergent is necessary is a major selling point, and it's great to keep a small Melamine Sponge in the bathroom for when it might come in handy. Taking the sponge and detergent out to clean can feel like a pain, so just reach for the Melamine Sponge and wipe with water for an easy solution! One cube can be reused many times, but make sure to replace it when it starts to look worn.

Price: 110 JPY (incl. tax)

3. No Detergent Required With the Melamine Sponge (Daiso)

4. Clean Tricky Windows and Mirrors with the High-Performance Cross Microfiber Glass Cleaner (Seria)

When wiping windows or mirrors, it’s easy to leave lint or streaks on the surface, making it feel like an impossible task to keep them clean. Furthermore, if you have young children, somehow they are always leaving fingerprints on the lower parts of the windows. After you’ve cleaned, it feels like no time at all before it looks dirty again, so it’s easy to put off this chore for a long time.

Seria’s High Performance Cross Microfiber Glass Cleaner will make this chore much easier. Even without detergent, it will leave your windows spotless. They come in individual packs, but we recommend buying two - one for wiping while damp, and one for wiping while dry. If you wipe with a damp cloth first and then a dry one, the result is a sparkling surface with no streaks. Windows are eye-catching areas, so keeping them clean feels good.

Price: 110 JPY (incl. tax)

4. Clean Tricky Windows and Mirrors with the High-Performance Cross Microfiber Glass Cleaner (Seria)

5. The Reusable "Kitchen Wet Duster" (Can Do)

The final item on our list is the Kitchen Wet Duster, which is made of mesh fabric infused with baking soda. They come in packs of 15, and each can easily be reused, making this product great in terms of value. It is infused with baking soda, so it can be used to clean surfaces all over the house. Start with cleaning grease off of tables and surfaces in the kitchen, then wipe the cabinets and shelves in the living room, then the living room floor, and lastly clean the window sills and door frames before throwing the cloth away. In this way, you can use the same cloth many times with no waste.

A great use for this product is cleaning the inside of the refrigerator! Since you keep food in there, it feels wrong to clean it with detergent. This product contains only baking soda, so you can feel safe using it. You use the refrigerator every day, so it’s easy to notice the stains, but often you only notice them while you are about to start cooking, so it’s easy to put it off. With this baking soda-infused cloth, just pull it out and wipe the stains away! You will want to meet the stains in your refrigerator head-on instead of turning a blind eye.

Price: 110 JPY (incl. tax)

5. The Reusable "Kitchen Wet Duster" (Can Do)

Did any of these products interest you? One of the great things about items from 100 yen stores is that when they get dirty, you don’t have to feel bad about throwing them out. Keep your home clean and feeling nice with these products.

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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