Saturday, April 27, 2013

E-Cloth Mop Giveaway!

I have been anticipating this blog post because I not only get to tell you about a product I recently discovered, and love, but I also get to share one with you. 

If we are Facebook friends, then you know that I have been searching for something that will leave our Pergo laminate floors streak-free ever since hubby and I married and I moved into this house four years ago.  I have tried sponge, terry cloth, Swiffer, Shark steam and they all leave my floors looking worse than when I started.  I usually end up cleaning our floors on my hands and knees, small sections at a time, and dry immediately with a towel in order to avoid the streaks. This was not only time-consuming, but did not feel great on my knees. I am not Cinderella. I am a working wife and mother, and I am so excited I finally found a product that saves me some precious time.
Some research online led me to discover some amazing reviews on the E-Cloth mop.  You can check out E-Cloth products for yourself at ecloth.com.  What I love about E-cloth is they are loud and proud about selling "chemical free cleaning".  Their mop and other products are designed to be used with water only.  I love that I don't have to use nasty chemicals, since we have a dog and a 10-month old baby girl and they will both eat anything off the floor. Because their cloths have more fibers than any other cloth on the market, they will work better than any other cloth on the market.
"The cloths are made of polyester and nylon, so they don’t “absorb” anything. Water, dirt, oil, grease, grime and even bacteria are trapped within the fibers – so the more fibers you have the better the cloth works. Think of it as millions of tiny hands grabbing onto everything on the surface of your countertop or sink....These cloths don’t kill bacteria, they collect bacteria from surfaces. This is another benefit of all of those fibers – they literally scrape the surface clean at a microbial level."
Here's a great video explaining how E-cloth works:
This video explains how to use the E-cloth mop (I personally find it works best on our Pergo if I spray the floor with water rather than wet the mop):
Better for your family, better for the environment, AND a better clean.  Does it get any better?
IT DOES GET BETTER because you have the chance to win one!!!  E-cloth has sent me a mop, which is a $40 value, to give away!  I contacted them after I had purchased and used my mop, so my review is completely unbiased. 
HERE'S HOW TO ENTER:
1.  You must be a Momster Mash subscriber.  Click that blue "Join This Site" button on the right side of my blog and sign up if you're not already. 
2.  Because of the nature of this blog, you must be a mother, have a mother, or know a mother.  Sorry I'm so strict (and sarcastic) :)
3.  Comment on this post and tell me why you would like to try the E-cloth mop.
Winner will be chosen at random and announced on Saturday, May 4th, 2013.  Tell your mother, tell your brother, tell your sister, tell your friends!
You know you're an adult when you get excited about a mop...you know you're a wife/mother when your floors are dirty ten minutes after cleaning them! :)

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12 comments:

  1. Well, we don't have Pergo floors, but I'm curious to see how well it would clean the 60 year old linoleum in our kitchen. In my free time I'd see how well is cleans the cement floors in the basement. :)

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    1. The E-cloth mop is not just for Pergo, and it would work great on your laminate! Good luck! At this rate, you stand a very good chance at winning :)

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  2. Love your new blog Amanda! How does it work without chemicals? I usually use a steam mop, but it doesn't leave my floors shiny. I'm intrigued by a mop...I must be getting old!

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    1. Thanks, Lindsey! It "collects" the bacteria rather than kill them. You then wash the removable pad in the washing machine. Visit www.ecloth.com and they do a great job explaining how it works.

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  3. What's a mop? I'd love to try one, especially if it keeps my floors clean and free of bacteria.

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  4. Pick me... Pick me... This G'ma would love to have bacteria free floors so all my G'babies can crawl around without fear of picking up a cootie or two :)

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    1. Good luck! I wouldn't have to mail it if you won, so that'd be a bonus for me :)

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  5. Love that it doesn't use chemicals!

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    1. I know! I used to use vinegar and water anyway, but now my house doesn't smell like a jar of pickles :)

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  6. Planning on pulling up my carpets to expose the hardwood floors. Would like to see how this mop works on the hardwoods.

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    1. I think it'd work great! It's designed to work on any type of flooring.

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I'd love to hear your thoughts!