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MICROFIBER DETERGENT NOW AVAILABLE!

MICROFIBER DETERGENT NOW AVAILABLE!

We have been talking about it for a while and now it is finally in stock and ready to ship! We started testing microfiber detergents about six months ago. If you receive our newsletter you know that we asked for volunteers to help us decide which microfiber detergent to go with… the results were unanimous for Free and Clear Microfiber Detergent!

As you know, when you wash microfiber you don’t want to use any fabric softeners. Softeners clog the microscopic spaces in the fibers, it’s these spaces that give microfiber its incredible cleaning power. If microfiber becomes clogged with softeners it becomes nothing more than soft cloths good for not much more than polishing. They’ll no longer be absorbent and they won’t have the ability to clean the way they did when they were new. Most detergents available in retail locations have softeners in them. This is where Free and Clear sets itself apart. Free and Clear leaves behind nothing behind, nor does it have any fragrances. It also helps restore microfibers static charge which adds to its cleaning ability.

We’re carrying Free and Clear in two sizes, a 50 ounce bottle and a 100 ounce bottle. Larger sizes (5 gallon, 55 gallon) are available too. Free and Clear is concentrated, a 50 ounce bottle will wash 50 loads in a high efficiency washing machine. Free and Clear is great for more than just microfiber, use it for washing cloth diapers, sheets, towels or anything that you want clean without added softeners or fragrances.

We’ve also added more all natural cleaning products from the manufacturer of Free and Clear including a Hardwood Floor Cleaner, Window Cleaner and Orange Hard Surface Cleaner, we’ll tell you more about those later.

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