Welcome to the New Year, New Home Event hosted by Being MVP, Baby Dickey and Coping with Frugality. We are excited to introduce you to some awesome brands with products that are perfect for your new (and current) home. Next Up is H2O At Home!
Cleaning is never a fun thing to do but a clean home is awesome so I was excited to try a few items from H2O At Home. Their products are touted to make lives easier by being environmentally friendly and chemical-free.
The heavy duty chiffonnette is basically a cloth you use for scrubbing. It can be used dry to dust and with just water to remove mildew, hard water stains and more. You can essentially use it for cleaning most things that are dirt and/or grease ridden. I mainly tried it out with dusting and a little scrubbing. This would be great if you have grime buildup. It worked great and was easy to clean as I tossed it in the washing machine.
The essential multi-surface chiffonnette is my favorite. It is a microfiber cloth that can clean just as well as a paper towel, if not better. I used it to wipe down the counters and table. It was nice not to waste paper towels. It's large in size (14" x 14.5") allowing it to clean even windows. This can also be washed in the washing machine.
The cleansing & exfoliating cloth is from the organic personal care line. This can be used alone to remove make-up while gently exfoliating your skin. I usually don't use cloths to wash my face unless it's a disposable one for makeup or facials. However, it was refreshing to use this cloth and my skin felt smooth and clean.
H2O At Home has a vast array of natural home care products which makes it one-stop shopping for your needs.
Buy It: You can purchase the heavy duty chiffonnette for $6, essential multi-surface chiffonnette for $17 and cleansing & exfoliating cloth for $9.
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