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Topic: Cleaning Products

Finally, Another Dirty-Minded Ad for a Cleaning Product

CLR jumps on the near-profanity train

Household cleaner CLR not only has a no-nonsense name—it stands for Calcium, Lime and Rust remover—but it has also long leaned on simple how-to commercials that demonstrate the product's cleaning…

Thai bathroom-cleaner ad exceptionally odd

Copyranter has proclaimed this Vixol Red bathroom-cleaner spot by McCann Thailand possibly the best commercial he's ever seen. In my estimation, it would need meerkats or a claw-tongued robot…

P&G's Dawn enlisted to clean animals again

This 2009 spot for Dawn dishwashing soap has unfortunate resonance in the wake of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Now, we're hearing that P&G is shipping…

Please do not clean your house with sea life

Australian ad shop CHE brilliantly employs rubber models and CGI, and swears it didn't harm any animals, to make this Earth Choice household cleaning products commercial. "Don't torture our…

Get Naked, Say the Pervy Scrubbing Bubbles

Method pulls Droga5 spot down

What's really inside your household cleaning products? It could be a bunch of dirty-minded chemicals, who are all bright and bubbly and innocent in TV commercials but who indulge in…

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