Fish Foam: Environmentally Friendly Window Cleaner Plus a Giveaway!

This post may contain links to affiliate websites, such as Amazon and we receive an affiliate commission for any purchases made by you using these links.
The onset of summer brings so many wonderful things…long summer days, warm nights, kiddos running around and playing outside all day. With all that outdoor activity comes dirty, sticky, messy little hands which usually end up smack dab on the glass door that you just cleaned. Or maybe you’re like me and you haven’t cleaned your windows and doors in ages.

Luckily I have found a great product called Fish Foam. This is seriously a life saver. 

Here Comes the Sun: Fish Foam Window Cleaner Review

 I was lucky enough to meet Jennifer from  Fish Window Cleaning at SNAP Conference this past April and went home with a can of this miracle professional grade {and environmentally friendly} window cleaner in my swag bag.

Let me just show you how this works:

Exhibit A: My dirty filthy door. The kids press their grimy hands and faces all over this thing.
Here Comes the Sun: Fish Foam Window Cleaner Review "Before"

Exhibit B: Same door with Fish Foam applied.

Here Comes the Sun: Fish Foam Window Cleaner Review


Here Comes the Sun: Fish Foam Window Cleaner Review

Of course I’m putting her to work!  Gotta keep ’em busy during summer break.


Here Comes the Sun: Fish Foam Window Cleaner Review "After"

What I love about this product {
in addition to its awesome cleaning power}is that it is a foam which means no drips! 

Fish Foam was created and is used by the professionals at Fish Window Cleaning.  It can clean windows, mirrors, windshields and sunroofs.

Fish Foam is also environmentally friendly. It contains no CFCs, which deplete the ozone layer. The can is made of recyclable steel and the cap and spray tips can also be recycled. This just makes the environmental girl in me so happy!

Currently, Fish Window Cleaning is running a $5 shipping special on Fish Foam and you can order on or Amazon. But you can win some for free right here! One of my lucky readers will win a 3 pack of Fish Foam. Enter via Rafflecopter, below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway is open to Continental US residents ages 18 and over and ends at 11:59pm EST on June 25 2013. Entrants must have a street address. P.O Boxes not eligible.  Number of entries received determines the odds of winning. One winner will be selected. All liabilities and responsibilities with the product itself is directly responsible by Fish Window Cleaner. Winner will drawn by from all verified entries, contacted by the email provided when entering, and announced on this page at the end of the contest. Winner has 48 hours to respond or prize will be redrawn. Entrant is responsible for the email address they provide, whether through typing it directly or through the Facebook entry method. Here Comes the Sun and Fish Window Cleaner are not responsible for lost, misdirected, or undeliverable emails. All prizes will be awarded, no prize substitutions allowed. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook and we hereby release Facebook of any liability. Information is provided to Here Comes the Sun, not to Facebook, and your information is never sold or shared. Facebook is not a sponsor of this giveaway. Prize is mailed  directly by Fish Window Cleaner. Protected tweets do not count as an entry method for tweeting; tweets must come from a public account. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

Lets Keep in Touch!

This post is sponsored by Fish Foam. I received compensation. All opinions are 100% my own.

One Comment

  1. I’m taking your word for it. I just bought 3 bottles. I love foam window cleaner but I haven’t found that perfect one for the car windows and bathroom mirrors yet. They never show streaks until they fog up. Err. We shall see how this works.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.