Your counters are sparkling, your floors are spotless, the clutter is gone, and you can finally breathe in that crisp fresh air. That’s the feeling of a freshly cleaned home, and there’s nothing like it! That’s why choosing the best house cleaning products is so important.
The dilemma? Getting there is another story. Cleaning is hard work. It’s tedious and can even be stressful. For all the great and rewarding benefits of cleaning, it sure seems like a chore that nobody would ever want to do. So make it easy on yourself by using the best house cleaning products, choose microfiber! Here are 3 benefits you’ll get from using microfiber products.
A HAPPIER HEALTHIER HOME!
“Hazardous”, “Use With Caution”, “Warning”, read the labels on many of our daily chemical cleaners and you’ll notice these words in bold! Constant exposure to chemical cleaners can be bad for your health. So why pay for something that can hurt you, both physically and financially?
With Microfiber products, you can clean without the use of chemicals, actually in many cases all you need is just water! How’s that possible? Because microfibers are extremely small (1/100th the diameter of a human hair) and can absorb up to 7 times their weight in water, you have millions of fibers working together to scrape up dirt and absorb liquids from a variety of surfaces. Use them to get clear and streak free windows and mirrors, mop gunk off your floors, remove debris from kitchen counters, and so much more! Microfibers are even small enough to remove harmful germs and bacteria, some studies showed up to 99% bacteria removal. This makes microfiber extremely useful to prevent cross contamination in your home!
Take our Microfiber Glass Cleaning Pack for example. Even professional cleaners love to use our glass cleaning method! They are much more effective than a typical spray-and-wipe method for 2 reasons.
- You don’t have to carry around large squeegees
- Squeegees don’t pick up dirt. They just lift it off the surface, that’s why many times there are left over lingering streaks. Microfiber lifts and stores the streak causing dirt within its fibers.