2014 – Bathroom Cleaners Ratings
Need to give your bathroom a spotless clean? Compare some of the best cleaning supplies available with our bathroom cleaner customer satisfaction ratings.
OzKleen’s up in our latest bathroom cleaner awards
Cleaning the bathroom is a chore that few look forward to on their weekends. Indeed, a little more than three in five respondents to our recent survey state they clean their bathroom every week.
And given that only 5% of surveyed Australians employ a cleaner to do it for them, that means the hard work to keep your bathroom looking presentable need to be done by you.
That is why we have once again rated bathroom cleaner brands with our customer satisfaction ratings. No one wants to buy a lemon, and our ratings can help you pick out a cleaning product that should make things shine, and hopefully save you some effort.
With all this in mind, 18 different brands went head to head to vie for the top spot – four more than last year. At the top of the shopping list with five stars for overall customer satisfaction? OzKleen, well known due to one of its flagship products – Shower Power – received our Most Satisfied Customers Award – Bathroom Cleaners, 2014.
OzKleen achieved five stars for effectiveness, and ease of use. But it wasn’t the only five star awardee. ALDI Brands received top marks for value for money, and Earth Choice received five stars for both smell and environmental friendliness.
Also rated in these results were Dettol, Orange Power, Domestos, Windex, Pine O Clean, Kif, Harpic, Woolworths Homebrand, White King, Ajax, Mr Muscle, Exit Mould, Coles (not including Smart Buy), Easy Off BAM, and Coles Smart Buy. To see how each brand performed, simply check out the results in the above table.
About this research
Canstar Blue commissions Colmar Brunton to regularly survey 2,500 Australian consumers across a range of categories to measure and track customer satisfaction. The outcomes reported are the results from customers within the survey group who have purchased a bathroom cleaning product in the last three months – in this case, 2,229 Australians.
Each brand must have received at least 30 responses in order to be included. Results are comparative and it should be noted that brands receiving three stars have still achieved a satisfaction measure of at least six out of 10. Not all brands available in the market have been compared in this survey.