The brand’s founder, April Sargies, was interviewed by the publication on her tips for how often to clean a bathmat. She advised that it depends on many factors. For instance, the number of people in your household and the frequency of use.
“A good rule of thumb is to wash your bathmat at least every two weeks. If you see or smell signs of dirt or mildew, it may be time for this piece to take a spin in your washing machine, notes Sargies. Another common sign? When it simply won’t stay in place. Failing to clean this bathroom staple, she adds, may actually put your health at risk. “Harmful mold and mildew and bacteria will grow,” explains Sargies.”
April has brought her vision to life by bringing premium all-natural cleaning products into our homes. With more than 25 years of experience in the professional cleaning industry, she identified limited options within the market for products that were free of the toxins/chemicals that worked effectively on delicate and fine surfaces. This problem inspired Cloth + Bristle, and the renowned patent pending No. 001 all-purpose cleaning product.
No. 001 Household Cleaner is truly one-of-a-kind. This cleaner is 100 percent natural with just four pure ingredients (clay, essential oils – rose, cinnamon, and rosemary, xanthan gum, and water). The brand has made pink the new green with its all-natural cleaning products safe for families, pets, and the planet. Pink in color and green in sustainability.
The product is convenient, non-toxic, and a must for those that want to be more eco-conscious. It’s perfect for all bathrooms, kitchens, and flooring surfaces, taking on even the worst rust, limescale, soap scum, mold, mildew, bacteria, dirt, and grease.
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