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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Cleaning Products
    • Abrazit! New record added 9/23/2021
        • Attempting to clean a tough spot on the kitchen floor before the maid comes, Marge mixes together Lemon scented Zud, Abrazit! and Mop ’n’ Brag, the fumes of which knock her unconscious and send her to the hospital with amnesia. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Best Soap
        • Episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor. The Bradys' preferred brand of laundry soap when Skip Farnum approaches them to appear in a television commercial for rival Safe.
    • Break Dancing Detergent
        • Mr. James' detergent brand. Mr. James: "You know, I once had a line of detergents with a great brand name. Dandy Clean. Everybody, everybody trusted it. But, you know, then that break dancing fad hit and my people made me change it. Try to stay hip and everything like that. And the whole thing, went bust in less than a year." Joe: "What did you change the name to?" Mr. James: "Break Dancing Detergent." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • Bubble Off
        • Cleaning product Homer uses when he cleans the basement, parody of Scrubbing Bubbles. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Burly Paper Towels
        • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Carpet Fresh
        • Cleaning product Frasier advertises on his radio show (Season 1 episode Dinner at Eight)
    • Champ: the Dirt Fighter
        • Episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor. Laundry detergent Carol used before switching to Safe.
    • Chicken Suds Hand Cleaner
        • T-shirt Abed is wearing in episode Early 21st Century Romanticism.
    • Clean!
        • Cleaning product advertisement that comes up when Jerry's app Lovefinderrrz goes offline due to the ad wall. "Kills 87.9% of germs!" (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Cleanser
        • Cleaning product with a knight on the label that Homer uses when he cleans the basement. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Clear and Brite
        • Episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor. Laundry detergent Carol stopped using after it turned the water 'dim and dark,' she says. She switched to Help.
    • Country Mourn
        • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Daffodil Daydream Air Freshener
        • Air freshener flavor in the taxi cab.
    • Dandy Clean
        • Mr. James' detergent brand. Mr. James: "You know, I once had a line of detergents with a great brand name. Dandy Clean. Everybody, everybody trusted it. But, you know, then that break dancing fad hit and my people made me change it. Try to stay hip and everything like that. And the whole thing, went bust in less than a year." Joe: "What did you change the name to?" Mr. James: "Break Dancing Detergent." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • Dasani Lemon-scented Wipes
        • Product available at Bartenson's Grocery Store. "Kills 4000% of germs" (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Dharma Initiative Detergent
        • Dharma branded cleaning product (episode Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2)
    • Dharma Initiative Dish Detergent
        • Dharma branded cleaning product. (episode Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2)
    • Drain Now
        • Larry drank Darin cleaner after killing everyone that knew about the Bye-Bye Man.
    • Flush-O
        • Drain cleaner product Tick uses against the evil toilet. (Episode Arthur Interrupted)
    • Fresh-O
        • Laundry detergent advertised in present day Westview. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Glow Worm Sink Cleaner
        • Alice gets picked to appear in a magazine ad for Glow Worm sink cleaner. (episode Glow Worm Cleaning Powder)
    • Hawthorne Pride Wipes
        • Episode Advanced Gay. "They may cost more, but they’re gayer."
    • Hawthorne Wipes
        • The award winning moist towelette. First mentioned by Pierce in season 1 episode 1.
        • Pierce remembers wanting to be in the commercial with his father in episode: Celebrity Pharmacology 212 (he was re-cast by another child)
        • "For the little lady who knows her place in the kitchen"
        • "Perfect for cleaning the dashboard of your ’92 Subaru"
    • Help
        • Episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor. Laundry detergent Carol used before switching to Champ the Dirt Fighter.
    • IJAX Double Bleach Cleanser
        • Cleaning product from opening dance sequence (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • Klēn
        • Laundry detergent box where Eleanor's mother Donna, also known as Diana Tremaine keeps her escape cash. (Season 3 episode A Fractured Inheritance)
    • Lagos Brand Paper Towels
        • Product advertised on Wanda's show. "For when you make a mess you didn't mean to" Named after the location in Captain America Civil War where Wanda unintentionally destroyed a building, killing several citizens. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...) Billboard visible downtown following Wanda's transformation of Westview. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Lemon Scented Zud New record added 9/23/2021
        • Attempting to clean a tough spot on the kitchen floor before the maid comes, Marge mixes together Lemon scented Zud, Abrazit! and Mop ’n’ Brag, the fumes of which knock her unconscious and send her to the hospital with amnesia. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Mag-lev Boots
        • Flying boots in the future. When the crew of the Raza goes back in time to 21st century Earth, Three complains about how primitive it is, and the lack of hyper-loops, aero-cars and mag-lev boots (Season 3 episode Isn't that a Paradox?)
    • Mop ’n’ Brag New record added 9/23/2021
        • Attempting to clean a tough spot on the kitchen floor before the maid comes, Marge mixes together Lemon scented Zud, Abrazit! and Mop ’n’ Brag, the fumes of which knock her unconscious and send her to the hospital with amnesia. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Mr. Cleanser
        • Cleaning product Homer uses when he cleans the basement, parody of Mr. Clean. Warning: Use only in a well-ventilated area. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Mr. Sparkle
        • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust) Cleaning product in the Simpson's closet. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Mrs. Rotwell's
        • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • New Shimmer (floor wax)
        • Gilda Radner and Dan Aykroyd play a couple having an argument over whether New Shimmer is a floor wax or a dessert topping.
    • PoopBot Excalibur
        • Mobile electronic device that scoops up dog poop on sidewalks.
    • Real Way Run And Carpet Cleaner
        • Cleaning product Helen's old teacher tries to sell her in Season 7 episode Driving Mr. DeCarlo, when she comes over to Helen's house (when all Helen wants to do is talk about Don Quixote, the book her teacher had been disappointed in her for not reading back in high school)
    • Real Way Spot Remover
        • Cleaning product Helen's old teacher tries to sell her in Season 7 episode Driving Mr. DeCarlo, when she comes over to Helen's house (when all Helen wants to do is talk about Don Quixote, the book her teacher had been disappointed in her for not reading back in high school)
    • Safe Soap
        • Bio-degradeable laundry detergent that claims to clean "all things better all ways". (episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor)
    • Schmidt's Lye
        • Cleaning product in the Lodge household that Aunt Maggie uses to poison the insurance claims investigator.
    • Silver Polish
        • Generic polish that Marge uses on Homer's jaw wires when his mouth is wired shut after running into a statue of Drederick Tatum. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Sparkle Suds
        • Tom experiments with some new entrepreneurial ideas by putting glitter in laundry detergent. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Spiffy Cleaner
        • The 21st century stain remover, invented by Dr. Nick Riviera, featured on the TV show I Can't Believe They Invented It! (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Cleaning product in the Simpson's closet. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Stank Off!
        • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Sudz
        • Laundry detergent in My Funny Family, the 5 minute pilot video that Homer makes that eventually leads to The Simpsons TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Terrapin Wax
        • Cleaning product with a turtle on the label that Homer uses when he cleans the basement. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Toilet Buddy
        • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. It's a circular net you put inside the toilet to catch your change and your wallet from falling into the toilet. Formerly known as toilet guard. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • Toilet Piano Bench
        • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • Toilet Sponge
        • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. It's a hollowed out sponge that is more absorbent and softer than toilet paper. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • Überweiss
        • Extra tough German laundry detergent Ross brings to the laundromat. (Season 1 The One With the East German Laundry Detergent)
    • Ultra Clean
        • Cleaning product, sponsor of The Morning Show. (Season 1 episode In the Dark Night of the Soul It's Always 3:30 in the Morning)
    • Westover Bleach
        • Bleach brand Sadie's husband tells Jake to drink or he'll kill Sadie... "Well, that there is Westover Bleach. That is the best darn bleach that money can buy, and I should know, because I sell it by the gallon."

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