To make this as streamlined as could be for both the readers and ourselves, we narrowed the categories down to three main points: power, application, and odor. Once we assembled the categories, we individually ranked each product and then managed to average their scores together to come up with our overall final determinations.
We will now explain in greater detail below what those categories are comprised of and how they factor into our final scores.
Power: For our purposes, we are defining power as how strong the bathroom tile cleaner was, which means if it was more concentrated, we gave the product a higher score in this category. If it was not concentrated or required a heavy amount of usage, the product’s score was lowered in that category.
It should be noted that we rated this category more heavily than the other two. The reason for this is that if the power of the bathroom tile cleaner was low, it would result in the customer having to buy more of that product, and that is something that we think should be avoided whenever possible.
Application: As far as the application is concerned, this category specifically relates to how easy it was to use the bathroom tile floor cleaner and whether the bottle or spray mechanisms had any sort of difficulty or defect within them. If so, we lowered the score of the product in this category. We also deducted points from it if the packaging was damaged in any kind of meaningful way.
Odor: This one is pretty self-explanatory – we wanted to make sure that the product did not have an overly unpleasant or pungent odor while it was being used. If it did, we lowered its overall score in that particular category.