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Eco-Conscious Cleaning Cloth

Posted by Glossy Clean

For homeowners, keeping your house clean regularly can be a daunting task, especially if you're busy with work, kids and everything else that comes along with life. Particularly, people find themselves missing out on deep cleaning because of a lack of time.

Mundane, yet necessary tasks like Dusting and Cleaning Windows are exhausting, and usually aren't attended to more than once a month. However there are some excellent products out there that will ultimately eliminate cleaning costs and save time.

One of the greatest cleaning materials that were stumbled on is the green cloth, or more popularly named Gleen. Made of a microfiber like material, the cloth is designed to allow you to wipe your windows/glass surfaces without having to use commonly known materials like Windex.

Green Advantage

Most environmentally harmful cleaning solutions, including things like ammonia, bleach, 409, and Windex, all contain chemicals that aren't exactly safe. They've proven harmful to the people that use them, and anybody else living under the same roof. Local groceries have been stocking shelves with "greener" solutions and such, but nothing compares to plain hot water and a rag.

Equally beneficial, it's one of the easiest products to clean and reuse, meaning it can be throw in the washing machine. At the same time the Gleen Cloth is biodegradable and can be tossed at any point.

This revolutionary product will change the way people go about cleaning. Similar tools like the Swiffer Wet Jet and new and improved steam cleaner parallel the efforts of Gleen - Simply by eliminating harmful sprays and powders. The Gleen cloth itself can be used for a number of weeks before it can be tossed.

So next time you're thinking about cleaning your windows, be sure to get your hands on one of these spectacular cloths by visiting their website. The individual can help improve our carbon footprint by harnessing the power of Gleen.

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman, New York Luxury Realtors.

07/15/2010 09:37:51