Best Cleaning Product

Best Cleaning Product


This week was dedicated to spring cleaning in some form or another on Ann’s Entiutled Life. In case you missed it, it began Monday with do your kids do chores? I was then curious to know if anyone performs a thorough spring cleaning in today day and age? And in case you were interested in hiring, I was oh so helpful with 10 tips for hiring a house cleaning service and our housecleaning service experience.

But, regardless of whether or not you have child labor, do it yourself, or hire an outside service, everyone has their favorite and best cleaning product choices! So, what are yours?

For me it is Swiffers. I love them! I can use them as dust cloths, on the floors, walls, wherever! They are gentle, leave no residue and really do work. I can see the dust and dirt on a swiffer when I am finished using it, and the surface is shiny and clean.

What are your favorite and/or best cleaning products? Why do you like that product so much?

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Cupcake Chardonnay Review

Cupcake Chardonnay Review


I have been intrigued by Cupcake Chardonnay ever since I saw the label. So, when I saw it for under $10 a few weeks ago, I decided to finally give it a go.

Vintner’s Notes:

The Chardonnay was crafted to emphasize the Central Coast’s crisp and vibrant Chardonnay character. A malolactic fermentation was used and then left the wine sur lie to create a wine that is both rich, full, creamy, toasty, and soft.

My Notes:

First let me tell you that four of us tried the Cupcake Chardonnay. I was the only person to finish a glass. Ok, I finished the bottle. No one else cared for it. Hubby called it more of a New York State Chardonnay than a California, and it is indeed a California wine. It is not buttery, nor is it fruity. And the last thing it reminded me of was a cupcake.

Pale yellow in color, the nose is vanilla, and I got mild vanilla while drinking. There is no bitter aftertaste I usually associate with a non-buttery Chardonnay. They claim barrel aging but if it was indeed barrel aged, that barrel was made out of stainless steel. I had zero oak tendencies from this bottle.

I have mentioned before that many Chardonnay’s blow up my left leg from the sulfates. The Cupcake Chardonnay did not have any adverse effect on me, which is always a good thing!

For myself I would buy this again for the “right” price. I would never buy to share though because of the dislike of 75% of the company that tried, and did not care for, the Cupcake Chardonnay.

Have you tried the Cupcake Chardonnay? What did you think?

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.

Note: this post originally appeared on my old blog, Coupons, Deals and More.


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