Sprayway Cleaner Weighs As Much As 10,000 Beluga Whales

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I have seen Sprayway products in car washes and other high-use areas before. Usually, while traveling, I’ll see it in hotels. I have seen stories comparing Sprayway glass cleaner to Windex and vice versa. According to my mother-in-law, it’s better because it’s Made in America. My mother-in-law uses the all-purpose cleaner and swears that it’s better than Windex and it’s “stronger.” Her definition of stronger is left in the eye of the beholder.

My uncle, on the other hand, has used the reasoning that he does not believe in corporate drones such as Windex. This is not a disparagement of Windex as much as my uncle is always the guy to never choose the big corporation.

First of all, while everyone seems familiar with the Sprayway Glass Cleaner, they also seem to have other products, such as wipes, multi-surface cleaner, stainless steel cleaner, etc. My family got quite into cleaners throughout the Covid experience.

The Real Kicker

However, the quality cleaner is completely irrelevant now that I learned the best fact about Sprayway cleaners.  The total weight of all Sprayway Glass Cleaners sold in America is equivalent to 10,000 beluga whales.

In America, we usually compare things based on a scale of how big they are compared to a football field. I’m not even sure if 10,000 beluga whales even exist in the universe but we now have a scale of how much Sprayway glass cleaner has sold. Why does, one care about Sprayway Glass Cleaner? Is it because it’s the best glass cleaner and my mother-in-law and uncle use it? No!  It’s a whale of a good cleaner!  Do you see what I did there?  Whale of a…oy! But I mean, conceptually, 10,000 beluga whales.

In case you’re wondering, there are 150,000 beluga whales in the world.

So if you’re looking to keep your house clean with Covid and all, you can use 1/100,000 of the size of a whale and clean with Sprayway. And if you’re looking for beluga whales, check out our story on Mystic, CT, home of the Mystic Aquarium, which has the largest beluga whale exhibit in the United States.