For those of you that know me, you know I consider myself a “somewhat crunchy” mom. I made homemade baby food for the twins, then baby number three came along, and she tried eggs for the first time by stealing them off her sister’s tray. You know, it’s all about balance.
We try and eat organic for the most part, but for some reason, I can’t find an organic Oreo. We use the cleanest baby and toddler products we can find, but my germaphobe self never let me give up all those harsh cleaning chemicals. It seemed like the only option for really getting things clean.
My “ick factor” went up about 1000% when we started traveling. My littlest was just starting to crawl, and the twins were constantly rolling around on the floor, touching every surface in the bathroom, and generally freaking me out all the time.
Seriously, these cleaning cloths are awesome. No harsh chemicals. Kills 99% of bacteria. Everything is clean. ‘Nuff said, but I’ll go on!
Each cloth is designed to solve a specific cleaning need.
For instance, we always carry the Baby Care Hand & Face cloths in the diaper bag. My husband passed down his gorgeous eyes and amazing smile, but he also shared his incredibly sensitive skin. My middle daughter suffers from the same contact dermatitis he does, and we have to be careful not to use baby wipes or even paper towels on her sensitive skin. The Baby Care Hand & Face cloths are perfect at home or when we’re on the road.
Also, my General Purpose Cloth is never far away. I wish there was a better way to tell you how awesome this thing really is. True chemical-free cleaning – removes thick dirt, grease, oil, grime and is proven to remove over 99% of bacteria from all hard surfaces, using just water.
I’m the messiest cook ever. No, seriously, I am. This cloth saves me. It cleans up my very worst. Check out my live demonstration – real life mess included.
Please, please, save yourself some time and effort, and give this cloth a try. It will be worth every single penny (and they are a lot fewer pennies than similar products).
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