Thursday, February 19, 2015

Zabada: Clean your home with just water.



Zabada (www.zabadaclean.com) is crusading to rid homes, and the planet, of poisonous chemical cleaners. Chemical free, cost efficient and environmentally friendly, Zabada removes 99% of harmful bacteria just by using water—all you need to do is wet, wipe and dry. Zabada’s ultra-fine and unique thick-pile fibers replace the whole yucky chemical process to achieve an unbeatable result. It’s a deep-cleaning mechanical process that shaves off and traps the dirt, grease and bacteria deep in the fiber, and only releases them when the fibers are washed. Zabada fibers outperform traditional cloths soaked in bleach, anti-bacterial cloths and other microfibers on the market.


My thoughts:

I was very excited to review this product. If I can get chemicals out of my home, I'm happy! The items Zabada sent me were a cleaning mitt, microfiber shining cloth, and a bag to wash my items.

Now I just needed a mess! I decided to let my stove get dirty. I promise, it doesn't usually stay this dirty, but I let a few days of cooking build up. 


I cook eggs a lot, and use lots of spices. I'm not even sure my photo gives justice to how dirty my stove was. I followed the easy instructions that came with the cleaning glove and cloth. I wet the glove in water, rolled it as instructed, and squeezed out the water. I placed my hand inside and got to scrubbing. It is kinda weird placing your hand inside the wet glove and I didn't get enough water out at first. So it took a few tries to get it right. 
The glove has two different sides. One side a little more scrubier than the other. I have to admit, it did a really good job. I was impressed by how easy it was to cut through the grease on the stove. After you use the scrubbing mitt, you go back over the area with a microfiber polishing cloth they provided. It gets all the extra water up and leaves the area with a light shine.

Now that's a clean stove. I was very impressed with what I could do with just water. I used this on my granite counter tops as well and they felt so smooth to the touch.


This is a product I would use again, and plan to. I'd love to get my hands on their bathroom line as well. For anyone looking to get chemicals out of their home, check out these products. Not only did my kitchen look clean, but knowing that the clothes killed off bacteria made me feel sale to place food on my counter after.

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9 comments:

momo said...

The top part of my stove stays fairly clean. But I'm kinda scared to see what it looks like when I lift the lid of it this coming spring for cleaning-

Jordan James said...

Great review! I could definitely use this!

Elizabeth Stacy said...

Thank you for shared this by way this awesome giveaway.

Linda Szymoniak said...

With five dogs and three cats (all rescues) at our house, I try to avoid using chemical cleaners. This sounds like a great option for me.

alissa apel said...

I need this so bad!

AnnaZed said...

I have one of these - and I know that we aren't supposed to ever say anything bad or criticize anything on these blogs - but I don't find their claims that the cloths somehow mysteriously 'releases' bacteria to be credible. Yeah, it did a good job, but like any other cloth it became soiled and smelly after a while. I washed it, but after that it was never the same. then I discarded it.

chris said...

I agree that houses have way way too many cleaners these days. All you need is vinegar, baking soda, regular soap and water.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

These sound great for using in the kitchen and getting rid of germs without chemicals.

Sandra Watts said...

Great product and they also seem quite friendly too.