We’ve received such a great response in the previous posts that we’re continuing our A Cloth With a Learning Curve series with this article where we discuss e-cloth recovery steps when we are lax with “proper care”. Taking care of your e-cloths by rinsing them after each use, allowing them to dry between uses, and … Continue reading A Cloth With a Learning Curve: What To Do If e-cloth’s Fibers Get Clogged
Many of us make resolutions to be healthier in the New Year. That doesn’t just mean eating better and exercising more. It also includes breathing healthier and not exposing yourself to toxic chemicals. Deciding to live better and clean better is the hard part. Actually getting started isn’t if you use e-cloth. You have many convenient … Continue reading Resolve to Clean Better in 2018
There are a few cleaning tasks that, when done, make the whole room feel put together – Maybe even the whole house. Personally, I like to keep my floors clean. In fact, I have the kids chip in and sweep after breakfast and dinner to keep the kitchen somewhat clean. (If you saw the quality … Continue reading Highly Sought-After Floor Cleaning Secrets
This is the third article in our series on A Cloth with a Learning Curve. We already explored why we think that’s a good thing and shared how to care for your e-cloths. Now we want to talk about bacteria. How much bacteria removal is too much? This was a hot topic a few months ago over … Continue reading A Cloth with a Learning Curve: Bacteria Removal
Maintaining a clean house is a never ending battle. As part of writing this post, we were discussing holiday clutter and how the first step in cleaning is to de-clutter, it’s also the third step, the sixth step, the tenth step…it goes up exponentially based on the number of kids in the house. Any tips … Continue reading How to Keep Your Home Cleaner Longer
Warm wishes for a day filled with family, friends and thankfulness. Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving from e-cloth!