Method Multisurface Cleaner claims to cut through dirt, grease, and grime, so we put it to the test.
We used this popular cleaner on numerous surfaces, rating how well it worked, its scent, and whether or not it left a residue or streaks. While it’s not 100% natural, it tops our list as one of the best plant-derived multisurface cleaners.
Find out how well it ranked in our Method Multisurface cleaner review.
Method Multi-Surface Cleaner Overview
- Smell: Pink Grapefruit
- Rating: 9/10
- Where to Buy: Amazon
Method Multisurface Cleaner can cut through grease, grime, and dirt. It has a pleasant citrus smell that’s not overpowering. You can use it on all hard, non-porous surfaces.
Method Multisurface Cleaner Directions: Spray and wipe.
How We Tested Method MutliSurface Cleaner
I tested Method multisurface cleaner on numerous surfaces, including laminate countertops, concrete countertops, tile backsplash, stainless steel, and wood cabinets.
When I first got this cleaner, I wasn’t sure if I’d like the scent. I enjoy citrus smells, but grapefruit is never my top choice. But, to my surprise, it smelled great. The scent is noticeable without being overpowering and didn’t aggravate my allergies.
The cleaner is easy to spray. One of the most significant downsides is that it gets soapy if you spray too much.
Here’s a look at how this cleaner worked on different surfaces.
- Countertops – I used this cleaner on concrete and laminate countertops. It cleaned both well, leaving them spotless afterward.
- Stainless Steel – Method Multi-Purpose cleaners worked well at removing dirt from my stainless steel appliances but did leave them a bit streaky.
- Cabinets – I have stained wood cabinets and Method cleaned them without removing any of the finish.
- Backsplash – The cleaner was successful in removing dirt and grease from my subway tile backsplash.
Are There Any Drawbacks to Method Multisurface Cleaner?
Overall the cleaner did an excellent job. It’s a great choice for a gentle, everyday cleaner. There were only three drawbacks:
- It gets soapy if you overspray it
- Left streaks on stainless steel
- Isn’t a disinfectant
If you have stainless steel appliances, this will clean them, but you’ll still need to use a dedicated stainless steel cleaner and polish them every week or two to keep your appliances shiny.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)FAQ
Is Method Multisurface cleaner all-natural?
While Method Multisurface Cleaner is plant-derived, it has some synthetic ingredients, so it’s not all-natural.
Does Method Multisurafce cleaner leave behind a residue?
Method Multisurface cleaner doesn’t leave behind a residue. Even if you overspray the cleaner and it gets soapy, it dries without leaving anything behind.
What scents does Method Multisurface cleaner come in?
You can get Method Multisurface cleaner in the following scents: grapefruit, lavender, Honeycrisp apple, clementine, french lavender, ginger yuzu, lime sea salt, and pink grapefruit.
Is Method Mulisurface cleaner safe for quartz countertops?
Method Multisurface cleaner is safe for sealed quartz countertops.
Is Method Multisurface cleaner safe for granite countertops?
Method Multisurface cleaner is safe for all granite countertops.
Is Method Multisurface cleaner safe for marble countertops?
Method multisurface cleaner is safe for sealed marble countertops.
I was impressed with how clean Method Multisurface Cleaner left my countertops. My regular everyday cleaner is Mrs. Meyer’s, and Method cleaned just as well. The scent was pleasant, although not as long-lasting as I would’ve liked.
If you’re looking for a gentle plant-derived cleaner you can use every day, this one is worth a try.