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Can YOU find the cleaning product in the squeaky clean scene? Extra tricky brainteasers put the nation’s observational skills to the test!
August 17, 2021
Manchester, 17th August 2021. A fiendish set of new seek-and-find puzzle challenges Brits to spot the cleaning product among the squeaky clean COVID-safe scene.
The new challenge created by cleaning experts Gtech has stumped clutter-conscious viewers - the soap in the suds being one of the trickiest ones we’ve seen in a while!
But how will you scrub up? The current record for solving all five puzzles is 45 seconds – scroll down to see if you can beat this super swift time.
Where is the vacuum hidden in the living room?
Will you find the bar of soap amongst the bubbles?
Can you spot the bottle of bleach in the cluttered utility closet?
Will you find the anti-bacterial wipes in the child’s bedroom?
Spot the bottle of hand sanitiser on this messy desk
A Gtech spokesperson commented:
“Having a clean and tidy home has always been a badge of honour and this has understandably picked up the pace since the pandemic began.
“But cleanliness and, its alter ego, clutter, needn’t be something to bemoan; we’re all partial to a little bit of messiness every now and then. As such, we hope these fun brainteasers provide the perfect break for any houseproud Brit who is looking for a well-deserved break after all their extra COVID cleaning!”
For further insights from the Gtech team, visit the Gtech blog.
Notes to editors
Brainteasers were created in-house, with the most popular COVID cleaning products chosen as our hidden objects. Record times were also tested in-house.
Founded in 2012, Gtech is an independent British company innovated which designs and manufactures cordless home and garden appliances such as vacuum cleaners, floor sweepers and electric bikes. Committed to creating the best loved home products possible, Gtech has sold over 22 million products across 19 countries worldwide.