We now know that household cleaners contain an array of harmful materials from acids, volatile organic compounds (VOC) and lye, to toxic chemicals and carcinogens. As the EPA stresses, “The release of these toxic chemicals into our environment can cause air pollution, as well as soil and groundwater damage. Contaminating our air and water can threaten human health and other organisms living in our environment.”
Now the question is — What do we use to clean instead?
This question brings back my own memories of cleaning. When I grew up, there were no household cleaners. My “cleaning crew” was a cloth, baking soda, and hot water. We did almost all the house cleaning jobs. For me, it’s not difficult to go back to work with my old cleaning buddies. Surprisingly, I found an evolutionary, effective performer — E-Cloth.
Welcome to this new, chemical-free way of cleaning up the toughest grime and grease on any surface. Unlike conventional cloths, as you draw an E-Cloth across a surface, the fibers clean by breaking up, trapping, and absorbing dirt and grease into the material. The E-Cloth uses over 500 million micro-fibers to lift unwanted dirt and germs, which are invisible to the naked eye from the smallest and hardest to clean places. All this works with just water. It has made my cleaning easy.
Because E-Cloth’s individual fibers are nearly four times finer than those of the typical or common micro-fiber cloth, E-Cloth carries four-times the cleaning power. The best news of all, no chemicals are involved, so there is no “upstream and downstream contamination” to be concerned about. Using E-Cloth gives us another tool that allows us to take responsibility for making our homes safer, our bodies healthier, and our environment less dangerous.
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