Welcome to Clean4happy! I’m Dan Harris, Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Clean4Happy. I started buying and repairing used electronics and appliances for resale a few years ago and became painfully aware of the amount of junk that ends up thrown away due to poor quality and bad design.
Playfully named, Clean4Happy is a product review site and blog aimed to help you find the best ideas and products for maintaining a clean home. As we say, cleanliness is happiness!
Don’t let the name fool you though, we are serious about recommending only the best products.
“Best” is a word thrown around a lot. However, everyone’s concept of best can be different depending on their needs. So while we try to find the best products, we also take into account as many factors we can think of when recommending a product.
All of the time and effort that goes into researching, testing, writing, and photographing products and finding questions that need answers are paid for by commissions from sales of products that we recommend.
If you return a product that we referred you to purchase, then we don’t make any money.
That’s the incentive to provide the best information that tells the whole story. Returns are annoying, especially if you bought a gift or have a deadline. If you’re not satisfied with a product, then leave a comment! We can only share our experience and collect information from the experiences shared by others. Everyone can get a more accurate picture when we share information.
The best thing that has happened for consumers is freedom and availability of information. What do you do when you’re at a store trying to decide if you should get something? Pull out your handy Google Machine and read reviews. What’s more convenient than that?
Buying a shower bench or vacuum cleaner isn’t something that generally has life-altering consequences. Other than maybe buyer’s remorse.
Recommending a product or service that could potentially impact your long-term health or financial stability is not something we do.
We recommend relying on certified, credible professionals when considering purchasing products that affect your health. I’m not a doctor, dentist, nutritionist, or surgeon. Any article we write references information provided by manufacturers, domain experts, and the experiences of customers that have actually used a product.
For example, you might be interested in our reviews on electric toothbrushes or water flossers, but we recommend consulting your doctor or dentist when considering making the switch to these types of products. However, a lack of a toothbrush is more life-altering than using just about anyone you can find!
We like to research, test products, and find great deals. That’s it.