The BabyGanics company sent me samples of a few of their cleaning products so that I could do a review. Overall, I think this is a very good line of cleaning products, whether you have a baby in your house or not.
BabyGanics Grime Fighter All-Purpose Cleaner Review
The BabyGanics Grime Fighter spray cleaner that I tried was the fragrance-free version. It's also available in a lavender scent. I know that scent doesn't equal clean, but the spray I used has a noticeable "unscented" scent that I don't care for. The smell doesn't linger very long, but I think I would prefer the lavender version for my own house.
BabyGanics Grime Fighter All-Purpose Surface Wipes Review
The resealable plastic pouch that the 25-count wipes come in does reseal well. A pet peeve of mine is wipes containers that allow the wipes to dry out, but this one has kept the wipes plenty moist for cleaning for better than a month. I also like that the fragrance-free wipes really don't have a strong cleanser smell.
BabyGanics Dish Dazzler Foaming Dish & Bottle Soap Review
However, I wouldn't replace my regular dish soap with the Dish Dazzler because it's not quite tough enough for my pots and pans if they end up with much grease on them. After my husband's bacon-fest one night, I washed a pan three times with the Dish Dazzler and still felt like I needed to follow up with my usual dish soap to get all of the grease off. For less greasy dishes, though, I didn't find much fault with the Dish Dazzler.
Again, the smell of the fragrance-free dish cleaner isn't my favorite thing. It's the most noticeable on the Dish Dazzler of all of the BabyGanics products I tried. It's not overpowering or the sort of scent that sticks around, but I don't find it pleasant. BabyGanics also makes a citrus-scented Dish Dazzler that I will likely buy in the future for hand-wash items.
BabyGanics The Germinator Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitizer Review
One pump of the sanitizer is just about right for grown-up hands, and the foam turns quickly into a thin, non-greasy liquid that is easy to rub in. The full pump is a bit much for little hands, though, so you'll definitely want to help out your toddler with the application.
From what I've read about hand sanitizers lately, it appears that alcohol is actually pretty important to effective germ-killing, so I am a bit skeptical of alcohol-free formulas on that front. BabyGanics Germinator hand sanitizer lists benzalkonium chloride as the anti-microbial active ingredient. This biocide is often used in antiseptic wipes, so it must work pretty well for that purpose. It doesn't appear to be organic or all-natural, though, which may be a concern for some families.