Jul 7, 2018
We were very disappointed in this product. Water and Dawn dish washing liquid would do a better job. Very little cleaning power and very little scent. We were expecting a product like the original Pine Oil, but that was not the case here.
Lehman's says: We're so sorry for your experience. Please give us a call, so we can make it right: 1-800-438-5346.
not the real deal
Apr 12, 2018
Watered down, just paid for 16oz of water with a hint of pine.
Lehman's says: We're so sorry this didn't live up to your expectations. Please give us a call, so we can make it right: 1-800-438-5346.
May 13, 2017
I have been using this pine oil for many years, ever since I saw it recommended in a government pamphlet for use when one doesn't use bleach and has to use a public washing machine. I recently started my daughter using the product. The pine oils sold in supermarkets are mainly water. This one is the real thing!
Jan 21, 2015
One of the highest percent-marketed pine oil-based disinfectant/cleaners around. Comparison shoppers: please note that the posted item is a pint (16 oz.) bottle which amounts to approx $0.70 per ounce (not including shipping fees), somewhat high ($0.50 typical). Similar pine oil products offered in bottles smaller than gallon containers in stores or on-line are quite rare, though.
Jun 23, 2014
I was hoping that the cleaner would smell great in the bottle, and I thought it would leave a natural light scent to the room after cleaning, but it doesn't. It calls to use a cap full per gallon of water, but I used a cap full in 12oz of water and still no scent. Oh well. Still a nice natural cleaner.
Aug 17, 2013
I use this in every room of the house. The scent is wonderful, clean but not overpowering. One bottle lasts a long time. I love it!
Sep 22, 2011
I've used this before, but the store where I once bought it closed several years ago. I'm delighted to find it here, and only a dollar more than I remember paying for it. Another reviewer mentioned that it's thin, or watery, which it is, but it really is concentrated. A capful or two of it in a bucket of water cleans a kitchen floor, and then some. The fragrance isn't as strong as Pine Sol, also true. I find cheaper cleaning products like Pine Sol, Mr. Clean and so on to be overpowering to the point of making me cough and making my eyes water, even with the windows open for ventilation. That can't be healthy. The subtle pine scent of this stuff is , to me, part of what makes it so nice to use.
Jan 18, 2011
I was very disappointed. The scent is so weak I have to practically stick my nose in the bottle, and it's as thin as water. I can't believe it's concentrated. I'm going back to PineSol.
Jul 3, 2009
One bottle lasts for ages and ages, very economical. Great fresh pine smell. Practically the only cleaner I use.